Tor Browser 8.0.9 is now available from the Tor Browser Download page and also from our
Due to a mistake in Mozilla's signing infrastructure, NoScript and all other Firefox extensions signed by Mozilla h
After months of work, we have a new stable release series! If you build Tor from source, you can download the source code for 0.4.0.5 on the website. Packages should be available within the next several weeks, with a new Tor Browser likely later this month.
This is the first stable release in the 0.4.0.x series. It contains improvements for power management and bootstrap reporting, as well as preliminary backend support for circuit padding to prevent some kinds of traffic analysis. It also continues our work in refactoring Tor for long-term maintainability.
We’re a small nonprofit organization that develops free and open source software used by millions around the world, and our community of contributors and users would greatly benefit from improved documentation.
Through Season of Docs, we want to collaborate with technical writers who can help us improve.
Tor Browser 8.5a11 is now available from the Tor Browser Alpha download page and also from our
We at the Tor Project would like to express our deep concern regarding the well-being and the rights of Ola Bini.
The Tor network is comprised of thousands of volunteer-run relays around the world, and millions of people rely on it for privacy and freedom online everyday. To monitor the Tor network's performance, detect attacks on it, and better distribute load across the network, we employ what we call Tor bandwidth scanners.
Tor Metrics consists of several services that work together to collect, aggregate, and present data from the Tor network and related services. We're always looking for ways to improve, and we recently completed a project, the main points of which are included in this post, to document our pipeline and identify areas that could benefit from modernization.