Tor help desk expands with four more languages

by Runa | April 11, 2013

When we first launched the Tor help desk back in November 2011, we provided support in English and Farsi. We recently expanded the help desk with four more languages: Arabic, French, Mandarin, and Spanish. The help desk is a best effort service with no guarantees, but we generally respond within 48 hours.

For support in English, email For other languages, try: for Arabic for Spanish for Farsi for French for Mandarin


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April 12, 2013

In reply to Runa


Not a lot of people are aware of Tor in Turkey, where only 17% speaks English. In short: if you build it, they will come :)

August 28, 2017


Updating TOR from 6.5 to 7 on Debian breaks it and it cannot connect, not directly like 6.5 was, not obfs and not with bridges. It gives an error of cannot connect to 198.CCC.ccc.ccc:443 an IP which I am sure it thinks is the router's but is not. Next to it on Mint, Tor is updated and works as usual connected to the same router and with the same settings.

You are commenting on a very old blog post and chances are high that causal blog readers are missing your question here. Does this happen every time you start Tor Browser? Does it happen with a clean, new Tor Browser from our download page as well?