In the recent years, the international debate around human rights started to include and analyze our relations and interactions with technology, including how we are able or not able to exercise our human rights when we're on the internet. We believe human rights apply to all spaces we occupy, offline and online.
Tor Browser 9.5a3 is now available from the Tor Browser Alpha download page and also from our
Tor Browser 9.0.2 is now available from the Tor Browser download page and also from our
This year’s campaign, Take Back the Internet, has been a great success so far. Thank you to the more than 3,000 donors who have helped us raise over $130,000 that will become over $260,000 with Mozilla’s match. This year we set an ambitious goal because the demand for privacy is growing and the demand on the Tor network and our small staff is also increasing.
There's a new release candidate available for download. If you build Tor from source, you can download the source code for 0.4.2.4-rc from the download page on the website. Packages should be available over the coming weeks, with a new alpha Tor Browser release likely by December 3.
Remember, this is a release candidate: there may still be more bugs here than usual. We'd love to know about any new ones, so that we can try to get them fixed before we call this series stable.
Tor 0.4.2.4-rc is the first release candidate in its series. It fixes several bugs from earlier versions, including a few that would result in stack traces or incorrect behavior.
Changes in version 0.4.2.4-rc - 2019-11-15
- Minor features (build system):
- Make pkg-config use --prefix when cross-compiling, if PKG_CONFIG_PATH is not set. Closes ticket 32191.
- Minor features (geoip):
- Update geoip and geoip6 to the November 6 2019 Maxmind GeoLite2 Country database. Closes ticket 32440.