Tor Browser Bundle 3.5 is released
Update 12/20: Test builds of Pluggable Transport bundles are now available. See inline and see the FAQ link for more details.
The 2.x stable series of the Tor Browser Bundle has officially been deprecated, and all users are encouraged to upgrade to the 3.5 series.
For now, the Pluggable Transports-capable TBB is still a separate package, maintained by David Fifield. Download them here: https://people.torproject.org/~dcf/pt-bundle/3.5-pt20131217/. We hope to have combined packages available in a beta soon.
For people already using TBB 3.5rc1, the changes are not substantial, and are included below.
However, for users of TBB 2.x and 3.0, this release includes important security updates to Firefox. All users are strongly encouraged to update immediately, as we will not be making further releases in the 2.x or 3.0 series.
The complete changelog for the 3.x series describes the changes since 2.x.
The set of changes since the 3.5rc1 release is:
- All Platforms
- Update Tor to 0.2.4.19
- Update Tor Launcher to 0.2.4.2
- Bug 10382: Fix a Tor Launcher hang on TBB exit
- Update Torbutton to 188.8.131.52
- Misc: Switch update download URL back to download-easy
Still no Openbsd support - useless
Still no source tarball - useless.
It's not built from a source tarball. See
and then see the "Where is the source code for the bundle?" line in the FAQ linked above.