August 2011 Progress Report

The August 2011 Progress Report is here, https://blog.torproject.org/files/2011-August-Monthly-Report.pdf. Highlights include a new Tor stable branch, many package updates, working UPnP in MS Windows, and many other updates, bug fixes, and research results.

An archive of published monthly reports is available at https://archive.torproject.org/monthly-report-archive/. This includes pdf and plaintext reports for 2011.

Anonymous

September 16, 2011

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hi friends at TOR
1-i have found DigiNotar Certificates ACTIVE in Aurora program that released at latest tor bundle!! it is safe or you may suggest some security advice?
2-i have test Tor (thanks for fix the tor blockage caused by Iranian GVR!)and sometimes i got error!there is log message:
[Error] libevent call with win32 failed: No buffer space available [WSAENOBUFS ] [10055]
may this help you for recognize the future blockage attempt! i guess!
3-ultra surf website DNS is affected for months by DNS Poisoning,how we can detect if it happens for tor sites?!
thanks
B

Anonymous

September 16, 2011

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Firstly thank you tor!
now i had a bit of a problem i used to login to blogger by using tor browser just fine.
but' now i can't blogger will keep saying that my browser doesn't except cookies
*cried :(

Anonymous

September 17, 2011

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Report says "New releases, new hires, new funding" but nothing in report about hires and funding.

Anonymous

September 17, 2011

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Has anybody noticed weird behavior of some of the dialogs in Firefox 6.0.2? For example, in my Firefox 6.0.2 when I go to the "Tools" menu item and select "Options," and then go to the "General" tab, if I repeatedly click on the "When Aurora starts:" selection box, it expands horizontally with every click. It just gets longer and longer. Also, when I want to bookmark a website, if I select the "Choose" option for the specific folder, the bookmark dialog expands to twice the original size but the right half of the dialog simply doesn't appear. I couldn't find any discussion of these problems on the web. [The Firefox 6.0.2 is from the Tor Browser Bundle]

Anonymous

September 27, 2011

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I found a serious security fault on Tor Browser.

Google seems is able to see the user real IP when the user log-in at google services (gmail.com, etc.).
To log-in is enforced to have scripts allowed in the browser, otherwise is not possible to log-in. And this seems to be the google trick to identify the real IP.

I identified this because I logged-in at gmail.com using tor browser and google server requested to fill a phone number to send me the password if i forget it. The page to fill the phone number showed my correct country and the respective international phone code.

How can we fix this problems without torn-off the script functionality?