Tor Browser 9.0.1 is now available from the Tor Browser download page and also from our
I know that a better internet is possible. In fact, it once existed. I started using the internet in the mid-90s, with a dial up connection in my family’s house in Brazil. I loved getting online because I could go down an infinite rabbit hole of hyperlinks, learning and discovering new things, and I could talk to all kinds of people without having to reveal my real name or my real identity. Who I was in the physical world didn’t matter when I got online.
As more and more people become aware of the ways the internet has been co-opted into a money-making tool fueled by their personal data—our day-to-day behaviors, our personalities, our relationships, our vulnerabilities, our fears—more people are turning to Tor for solutions. In turn, the Tor team is working hard to ensure everyone can easily access our tools. This means scaling the network to accommodate increased usage, improving speed and usability, and training people who are in most need.
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Tor Browser 9.5a1 is the first release in the 9.5 alpha series. It contains all the improvements and fixes from the 9.0 release as well as other new features: We enabled WASM on the standard security level, fixed circuit display for bridges without a fingerprint, and we re-enabled jemalloc for Windows users.
We want everyone in the world to be able to enjoy the privacy and freedom online Tor provides, and that's why over the past couple years, we've been working hard to boost our UX and localization efforts, with the biggest gains first visible in Tor Browser 8.0. In Tor Browser 9.0, we continue to build upon those efforts with sleeker integration and additional localization support.
Tor Browser 9.0a8 is now available from the Tor Browser Alpha download page and also from our