On August 21st we released Tor Browser Bundle1.0.10 for GNU/Linux. It includes a number of updates, the largest one being a switch to Firefox 3.6.8. The rest are:
Tor Browser Bundle for GNU/Linux is now available for x86 and x86_64 architectures in 12 languages.
Tor Browser Bundle 1.1.9 is released.
It includes the following changes:
Update Tor to 0.2.1.12-alpha
Update Firefox to 3.0.6
Update Vidalia to 0.1.11
Tor 0.2.0.24-rc (released Apr 22) adds dizum (run by Alex de Joode)
as the new sixth v3 directory authority, makes relays with dynamic IP
Tor Browser Bundle 1.0.0 (released Mar 20) and 1.0.1 (released Mar 26) makes it work correctly with Polipo again, updates the versions of many of its components, and makes it easier to build the Bu
Tor 0.2.0.23-rc (released Mar 24) is the fourth release candidate for the 0.2.0 series. It makes bootstrapping faster if the first directory mirror you contact is down.
Tor 0.2.0.20-rc (released Feb 24) is the first release candidate for the 0.2.0 series.
Tor 0.2.0.18-alpha (released Jan 25) adds a sixth v3 directory authority run by CCC, fixes a big memory leak in 0.2.0.17-alpha, and adds new config options that can warn or reject connections to po