Tor Messenger 0.4.0b2 is released
We are pleased to announce another public beta release of Tor Messenger. This release features important improvements to the stability and security of Tor Messenger. All users are encouraged to upgrade.
Tor Messenger 0.4.0b1 users will be automatically prompted to install the update (similar to Tor Browser). On installing and restarting, the update will be applied; your account settings and OTR keys will be preserved.
Incremental updates are disabled for this version and Tor Messenger will perform a complete update. There was a bug in the update MAR generation process that was fixed in d3834a99 but persisted across recent versions. To fix this and to ensure a smooth automatic update for future releases, we are pushing only complete updates for updating from version 0.4.0b1 to 0.4.0b2. What does this mean for you? Automatic updates will still be performed but will take a little longer.
Please note that Tor Messenger is still in beta. The purpose of this release is to help test the application and provide feedback. At-risk users should not depend on it for their privacy and safety.
sha256sums-signed-build.txt file containing hashes of the bundles is signed with the key
E4AC D397 5427 A5BA 8450 A1BE B01C 8B00 6DA7 7FAA). Please verify the fingerprint from the signing keys page on Tor Project's website.
Tor Messenger 0.4.0b2 -- 31 March 2017
If only people used DuckDuckGo before asking :P
If only people read more than the title they'd notice that the Form 990 is missing for 2016 and all statements are missing for 2015.
@ Shari: please fix this.