Tor 0.2.2.4-alpha released
On October 10, we released Tor version 0.2.2.4-alpha.
This release can be found at https://www.torproject.org/download/
It contains the following:
- Fix several more asserts in the circuit_build_times code, for
example one that causes Tor to fail to start once we have
accumulated 5000 build times in the state file. Bugfixes on
0.2.2.2-alpha; fixes bug 1108.
New directory authorities:
- Move moria1 and Tonga to alternate IP addresses.
- Log SSL state transitions at debug level during handshake, and
include SSL states in error messages. This may help debug future
SSL handshake issues.
- Add a new "Handshake" log domain for activities that happen
during the TLS handshake.
- Revert to the "June 3 2009" ip-to-country file. The September one
seems to have removed most US IP addresses.
- Directory authorities now reject Tor relays with versions less than
0.1.2.14. This step cuts out four relays from the current network,
none of which are very big.
- Fix a couple of smaller issues with gathering statistics. Bugfixes
- Fix two memory leaks in the error case of
circuit_build_times_parse_state. Bugfix on 0.2.2.2-alpha.
- Don't count one-hop circuits when we're estimating how long it
takes circuits to build on average. Otherwise we'll set our circuit
build timeout lower than we should. Bugfix on 0.2.2.2-alpha.
- Directory authorities no longer change their opinion of, or vote on,
whether a router is Running, unless they have themselves been
online long enough to have some idea. Bugfix on 0.2.0.6-alpha.
Fixes bug 1023.
Code simplifications and refactoring:
- Revise our unit tests to use the "tinytest" framework, so we
can run tests in their own processes, have smarter setup/teardown
code, and so on. The unit test code has moved to its own
subdirectory, and has been split into multiple modules.