We're always working on expanding the number of different devices and platforms where Tor runs.
As announced here, http://archives.seul.org/or/talk/Feb-2010/msg00033.html, we now produce rpms and debs of Tor
New releases, new hires, new funding
On January 19, 2010 we released the latest in the -stable series, Tor 0.2.1.22-stable.
Apple responded to my bug report about a broken openssl. I've since built test packages for OS X 10.5 and 10.6 users. Their response is:
The EFF has recently released a browser fingerprinting test suite that they call
Apple OS X Security Update 2010-001 removes OpenSSL renegotation, http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222.
The latest in the Tor Browser series, version 1.3.1 is released. This includes updates to Firefox, Pidgin, and Tor.
alpha fixes a huge client-side performance bug, as well
as laying the groundwork for further relay-side performance fixes. It
Tor 0.2.1.22 rotates two of the seven v3 directory authority keys and
locations, due to a security breach of some of the Torproject servers:
I attended the speech given by Secretary Clinton on Jan 21, 2010, http://www.state.gov/secretary/rm/2010/01/135519.htm