Tor Browser 7.0.2 is released

Tor Browser 7.0.2 is now available from the Tor Browser Project page and also from our distribution directory.

This release features an important security update to Tor.

We are updating Tor to version 0.3.0.9, fixing a path selection bug that would allow a client to use a guard that was in the same network family as a chosen exit relay. This release also updates HTTPS-Everywhere to 5.2.19.

Here is the full changelog since 7.0.1:

  • All Platforms
    • Update Tor to 0.3.0.9, fixing bug #22753
    • Update HTTPS-Everywhere to 5.2.19
khled.8@hotmai.com

July 26, 2017

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tor browser always switches to mobile. version instead of regular twi tter web page. browsing it is awful. other web browser stays in regular version

khled.8@hotmai.com

July 29, 2017

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This update is very bad. It demands Mac OS 10.9. My machine can't use 10.9!
Please give me a version which works on Mac OS 10.6.8

Unfortunately, that's not possible as the minimum requirements for Firefox ESR 52 are OS X 10.9.

Hello, I have a problem with update. The last update that was installed is 7.0.0, 7.0.1 and 7.0.2 ask me to reset tor-browser for update but after reset update not installed and ask restart again and again. I have with firefox the same problem now, windows 10 x64 Home. How can I resolve this problem?

Have you checked whether you have enough free disk space to perform the update?

After the update, HTTPS Everywhere was gone.

Also, after browsing and exiting and restarting Tor Browser, there were some strange URLs in the address bar, that I didn't type. I had to re-install Tor Browser to get rid of them.

Hm. Do you remember what kind of URLs that were?

They had something like "track_id" in them.

There were a couple of days between those two events. I can't remember what happened first.

Any news on this?

The latest update of HTTPS Everywhere, 2017.8.15, caused problems too: the icon was moved from the menu to the toolbar and the extension was broken. Re-installing HTTPS Everywhere did NOT solve this.

Can an underlying cause affect other Tor Browser functionality?

Also, when typing "https" in the address bar, I sometimes get an ordinary HTTP connection, without any warning. Is this normal?

Thanks for the 7.02 update!
One minor point: I have noticed HTML marquees (scrolling text) don't work in this one.

Check at http://goftesh.com

Some followup feedback. I've noticed no matter what i try my (javascript/ajax-based) chat room does not load with Tor. It loads with all the other browsers I have tried, including Opera thru VPN
the site is at www.goftesh.com

thanks you!

Thanks for this report. I opened https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/23141. Unfortunately, there is not much we can do as Cloudflare is causing this. It is sitting between you and the website and denying the chat loading due to a bug in their system. We are currently trying to get hold on a Cloudflare engineer helping us with that but it is not easy it seems.

Edit: Oh, if you are indeed the admin then this should be fixable on your end as you are supposed to be in control of the Cloudflare settings you apply to your site. Let us know how it goes.

Hi TOR people, I was wondering if I cant run a TOR relay with the latest TAILS 3.0.1 Live usb key???

And if so, how to configure it?

Thanks a lot.

Is it normal to not be able to almost never be able to use www.google.com through TOR browser? I can get through maybe 1 in 20 tries.

when we tried it here said "unusual traffic" or showed an error and said that's all they know. It is because they don't believe in privacy.

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