New Name for Obfsproxy Tor Browser Bundles
Some days ago we released new Pluggable Transport Bundles which aim to
replace the old Pyobfsproxy/Flashproxy bundles and the even older
Users are encouraged to upgrade to the new bundles since they support
all the currently deployed pluggable transports and the latest
versions of Firefox and Torbutton.
The new bundles also contain the latest release of the Python version
of Obfsproxy, which replaces the legacy version that was written in C.
Finally, from now on Obfuscated bundles will be called "Pluggable
Transport Bundles" and each new version will contain all the deployed
pluggable transports. Users need to use http://bridges.torproject.org
to get bridges with pluggable transports ("obfuscated/obfsproxy
bridges") for their bundles.
Thanks for the information, but Tor is only for anti-freedom script kiddies who want to try to hack and expose other Tor users, so I won't bother to upgrade.
Can you be more specific? I would appreciate if you could provide some facts so that other TOR users would better understand the risks.