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Firefox 4 Tor Browser Bundles for GNU/Linux

We now have Firefox 4 bundles available for GNU/Linux. If you encounter any problems with these, please let us know. (Windows users, you're next.)

Tor Browser Bundle (2.2.23-1) alpha; suite=linux

  • Create new bundles for Firefox 4, both i386 and x86_64
  • Update Tor to 0.2.2.23-alpha
  • Update Torbutton to 1.3.2-alpha
  • Update OpenSSL to 1.0.0d
  • Update HTTPS-Everywhere to 0.9.9.development.4
  • Update NoScript to 2.0.9.9
  • Update BetterPrivacy to 1.49

Firefox 4 Tor Browser Bundles for OS X

UPDATE: there were some issues with the first set of bundles which have been fixed. I've updated the links below. The changelog is here.

We have new Firefox 4 Tor Browser Bundles available for OS X. (Worry not, users of other operating systems, your turn is coming in the next few days!) They come in 64- and 32-bit versions, and one important fix for 10.6 64-bit users is that Firefox no longer crashes on initial startup. These are alpha, but they are going to be a permanent addition to the Tor Browser Bundle family and will be maintained from now on. You can download them here:

These have thus far only been tested on Snow Leopard, but the 32-bit bundle ought to work on Leopard. If it doesn't please let me know! And as usual, please file any bugs you discover.

Tor Browser Bundle (2.2.23-1) alpha; suite=osx

  • Create new bundles for Firefox 4, both i386 and x86_64 (closes: #2140)
  • Update Tor to 0.2.2.23-alpha
  • Update Torbutton to 1.3.2-alpha
  • Update OpenSSL to 1.0.0d
  • Update HTTPS-Everywhere to 0.9.9.development.4
  • Update NoScript to 2.0.9.9
  • Update BetterPrivacy to 1.49

New Tor Browser Bundles

All of the Tor Browser Bundles have been updated with Firefox 3.6.16 and the alpha bundles for Mac OS X and Linux have also been updated to use Libevent 2, as well as a number of extension updates. The changelogs are below.

https://torproject.org/download/download

Windows bundles
1.3.21: Released 2011-03-23

  • Update Firefox to 3.6.16
  • Update HTTPS-Everywhere to 0.9.9.development.4

Linux bundles
1.1.6: Released 2011-03-23

  • Update Firefox to 3.6.16
  • Update Libevent to 2.0.10-stable
  • Update NoScript to 2.0.9.9
  • Update HTTPS-Everywhere to 0.9.9.development.4
  • Update BetterPrivacy to 1.49

OS X bundle
1.0.14: Released 2011-03-23

  • Update Firefox to 3.6.16
  • Update Libevent to 2.0.10-stable
  • Update NoScript to 2.0.9.9
  • Update HTTPS-Everywhere to 0.9.9.development.4
  • Update BetterPrivacy to 1.49

New Tor Browser Bundles

All of the Tor Browser Bundles have been updated with Firefox 3.6.15 and the alpha bundles for Mac OS X and Linux have also been updated with Tor 0.2.2.23-alpha.

https://torproject.org/download/download

Windows bundles
1.3.20: Released 2011-03-07

  • Update Firefox to 3.6.15

Linux bundles
1.1.5: Released 2011-03-09

  • Update Tor to 0.2.2.23-alpha
  • Update Firefox to 3.6.15
  • Update NoScript to 2.0.9.8
  • Update HTTPS-Everywhere to 0.9.9.development.3

OS X bundle
1.0.13: Released 2011-03-09

  • Update Tor to 0.2.2.23-alpha
  • Update Firefox to 3.6.15, and use the Mozilla version until I get it to build on OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
  • Update NoScript to 2.0.9.8
  • Update HTTPS-Everywhere to 0.9.9.development.3

Tor 0.2.2.21-alpha is out (security patches)

Note to 64-bit Linux Tor Browser Bundle users: The previous bundles contained Tor 0.2.2.20-alpha. Please upgrade to 1.1.3-1 (sig).

Tor 0.2.2.21-alpha includes all the patches from Tor 0.2.1.29, which
continues our recent code security audit work. The main fix resolves
a remote heap overflow vulnerability that can allow remote code
execution (CVE-2011-0427). Other fixes address a variety of assert
and crash bugs, most of which we think are hard to exploit remotely.

All Tor users should upgrade.

https://www.torproject.org/download/download

Changes in version 0.2.2.21-alpha - 2011-01-15
Major bugfixes (security), also included in 0.2.1.29: read more »

Lots of new Tor packages

A new Tor stable (0.2.1.29) (sig) and Tor alpha (0.2.2.21-alpha) (sig) have been released and all users are strongly encouraged to upgrade.

The following packages have been released:

  • Windows expert packages (stable & alpha)
  • Vidalia bundles (stable & alpha for Windows, and OS X ppc & x86)
  • Tor Browser Bundles for Windows, Linux, and OS X (see below for other updates)
  • RPM packages (stable & alpha)
  • Debian and Ubuntu packages (stable & alpha)

You can download all of these from our download page or package repositories.

If you encounter any problems, please file a bug on our bug tracker.

Tor Browser Bundles

Windows Bundles
1.3.17: Released 2011-01-16

  • Update Tor to 0.2.1.29

Linux Bundles
1.1.3: Released 2011-01-16

  • Update Tor to 0.2.2.21-alpha
  • Update NoScript to 2.0.9.3

OS X Bundles
1.0.10: Released 2011-01-16

  • Update Tor to 0.2.2.21-alpha
  • Update NoScript to 2.0.9.3

New Tor Browser Bundle packages

The Tor Browser Bundles have all been updated with some important security fixes and it is advised that all users upgrade. Geolocation has been disabled and some prefs added as a workaround for bug 2338. A full list of changes is in the diff.

Linux bundles

1.1.2: Released 2011-01-09

  • Update Firefox preferences to be more secure and disable geolocation to address #2338

OS X bundle
1.0.9: Released 2011-01-09

  • Update Firefox preferences to be more secure and disable geolocation to address #2338

Windows bundles
1.3.16: Released 2011-01-09 read more »

New Tor Browser Bundle packages

Linux Bundles

Important: Polipo has been removed from the Linux Tor Browser Bundle. Please read the full changelog and report bugs if you have any problems.

1.1.0: Released 2010-12-13

  • Update Firefox to 3.6.13
  • Update NoScript to 2.0.7
  • Update HTTPS Everywhere to 0.9.9.development.1
    • This version of HTTPS-Everywhere is patched to include a fix for bug #2096 which
      prevented globally installed versions of the extension from working. It also
      includes better protection from Firesheep. See the changelog here:
      https://www.eff.org/files/Changelog.txt
  • Add Chris Davis's patch
    • This patch improves Firefox's SOCKS support and eliminates the need for Polipo, so read more »

New Tor Browser Bundle packages

There are new browser bundles out with the updated Tor versions (0.2.2.19-alpha and 0.2.1.27) that work with the latest OpenSSL.

Windows Tor Browser Bundles
There were some controversial changes recently made to the Windows bundle, and for those I apologize. I have removed BetterPrivacy and NoScript from them pending further testing. The whole changelog:

1.3.13: Released 2010-11-25

  • update Tor to 0.2.1.27
  • update Pidgin to 2.7.5
  • update OpenSSL to 0.9.8p
  • fix Firefox extension install path so extensions show in the installed add-ons list
  • disable Firefox's ability to search the Windows registry path for system-wide
    plugins and extensions (closes: #2118)
  • remove NoScript and BetterPrivacy from stable bundle until they receive more
    testing

OS X and Linux bundles read more »

New Tor Browser Bundles released (take two)

We have some more new Tor Browser Bundles out. This is an upgrade to Firefox 3.6.12 which fixes a critical bug and OS X users' Torbutton will now show up.

Tor Browser Bundle for Windows 1.3.12

1.3.12: Release 2010-10-28

  • Update Firefox to 3.6.12

Tor Browser Bundle for Mac OS X 1.0.4

1.0.4: Released 2010-10-28

  • Update Firefox to 3.6.12
  • Fix weird Torbutton location so users can tell it's installed

Tor Browser Bundle for GNU/Linux 1.0.15

1.0.15: Released 2010-10-28

  • Update Firefox to 3.6.12
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