December 2011 Progress Report Our progress report for December 2011 is available as a pdf with pretty graphs and text file. Highlights are on hidden services fixes, openssl fixes, obfuscating proxy progress, and general updates on advocacy and releases. Tags progress report hidden services stable release alpha release tor releases openssl fixes PDF might be missing a PDF might be missing a graph. "This graph shows the total quantity of relays and the total quantity of bridges in December 2011" does not have a picture that would show that. (all other descriptions have a corresponding graph) I'm curious if you've I'm curious if you've considered using PolarSSL? has anybody thought of using has anybody thought of using onoin cat along with tor? whats the belief on this? This is just a notification, This is just a notification, not for the blog: Using https://check.torproject.org/ with exit node: proxyleaks (Online) Location: Romania IP Address: 184.108.40.206 Platform: Tor 0.2.2.35 (git-73ff13ab3cc9570d) on Linux i686 I got repeatedly displayed 220.127.116.11 which is not the exit nodes IP address. yep... why does proxyleaks yep... why does proxyleaks show up as a non tor exit node on the check.torproject.org site?