Tor Browser 3.6.2 is released

The second pointfix release of the 3.6 series is available from the Tor Browser Project page and also from our distribution directory.

This release features a fix to allow the configuration of a local HTTP or SOCKS proxy with all included Pluggable Transports.

In addition, this release also features important security updates to Firefox, as well as an update to OpenSSL 1.0.1h to address the latest round of OpenSSL security issues.

This release also updates the Tor client software to version 0.2.4.22, which blacklists directory authority keys that were created prior to fixing the Heartbleed attack.

  • All Platforms
    • Update Firefox to 24.6.0esr
    • Update OpenSSL to 1.0.1h
    • Update NoScript to 2.6.8.28
    • Update Tor to 0.2.4.22
    • Update Tor Launcher to 0.2.5.5
      • Bug 10425: Provide geoip6 file location to Tor process
      • Bug 11754: Remove untranslated locales that were dropped from Transifex
      • Bug 11772: Set Proxy Type menu correctly after restart
      • Bug 11699: Change &#160 to   in UI elements
    • Update Torbutton to 1.6.10.0
      • Bug 11510: about:tor should not report success if tor proxy is unreachable
      • Bug 11783: Avoid b.webProgress error when double-clicking on New Identity
      • Bug 11722: Add hidden pref to force remote Tor check
      • Bug 11763: Fix pref dialog double-click race that caused settings to be reset
    • Bug 11629: Support proxies with Pluggable Transports
      • Updates FTEProxy to 0.2.15
      • Updates obfsproxy to 0.2.9
    • Backported Tor Patches:
      • Bug 11654: Fix malformed log message in bug11156 patch.
    • Bug 10425: Add in Tor's geoip6 files to the bundle distribution
    • Bugs 11834 and 11835: Include Pluggable Transport documentation
    • Bug 9701: Prevent ClipBoardCache from writing to disk.
    • Bug 12146: Make the CONNECT Host header the same as the Request-URI.
    • Bug 12212: Disable deprecated webaudio API
    • Bug 11253: Turn on TLS 1.1 and 1.2.
    • Bug 11817: Don't send startup time information to Mozilla.

The list of frequently encountered known issues is also available in our bug tracker.

PETER

July 12, 2014

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hi,
I have a problem with my TOR. I don't know it's a bug in TOR or a problem in my windows!
problem:
sometimes when I run TOR, the little box appears in the top left of the screen (as usual) and its connection bar also gets full, but the TOR browser doesn't appear on the screen!
when I open my task-manager, I see TOR program and its browser are open (fig 1) but as you can see in fig. 2, they haven't come onto the screen and the application tab (who represent open soft-wares on the screen) is empty!
is this a bug in TOR or just a problem in my windows? does anyone else have the same experience?
p.s. in these cases (10% happens), I always close TOR browser from the task manager and re-run TOR and the problem is gone! telling this to say, this doesn't hurt me at all like a real and serious problem, but I though it would be better to make a feedback to make you better and stronger.
thank you for all your efforts.
a fan :)
attach: http://postimg.org/image/x70fmb6b1/

PETER

July 13, 2014

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Does anyone know a simple way to signup/login to Tumblr while using Tor (without enabling plug-ins)? Thank you.

PETER

July 14, 2014

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Hey it would be great if there was simply an update button - icon, to click on to install updates without having to select the Firefox option, too many pop ups. Tired of these enter-ties bombarding us with adds we don't need or wish to receive, especially when we are paying for the service in the first place.

I am a big fan or Tor Browser and a big fan of internet privacy, it's getting harder and harder to acquire this concept so thank you for this facility, as it is truly appreciated.