Today the Tor Project is launching the Run a Tor Bridge campaign. Participants are invited to contribute and help censored users by running a Tor bridge. You can find more details below, including our special reward kits for participants. The campaign will run from November 17 to January 7, 2022. Join us and help censored users!
This blog post aims to give some more context about an attack that happened earlier this year on the Tor network and what we have done to address this type of attack. We also want to share some information about the Tor Project’s capacity right now and some of our plans for the future.
Today, we are officially launching our Community portal. This is part of our continuous effort to better organize all of our different content into portals. The Community portal contains six sections: Training, Outreach, Onion Services, Localization, User Research, and Relay Operations. It's about time that the Tor Project has a dedicated place to help you to help Tor!
Just as in nature, greater diversity among the members of the Tor network's ecosystem increases the sustainability of the Tor network, the biggest benefit of which is to ensure users are more secure and better protected from traffic correlation attacks.
Have you considered running a relay, but didn't know where to start? You can become one of the many thousands of relay operators powering the Tor network, if you have some basic command-line experience.
Relay Search, formerly known as Atlas, is a web application to learn about currently running Tor relays and bridges. You can search by fingerprint, nickname, country, flags, and contact information and be returned information about advertised bandwidth, uptime, exit policies, and more.