Help Tor Smash Bugs: August 1-31!

The Bug Smash Fund is back for its third year! In 2019, we launched Tor’s Bug Smash Fund to raise money that would support our developers finding and fixing bugs in our software and to conduct routine maintenance. Maintenance isn’t a flashy new feature, and that makes it less interesting to many traditional funders, but it’s what keeps the reliable stuff working--and with your support, we’ve closed 370 Bug Smash Fund tickets.

These bugs and issues ranged from anti-censorship development, testing, onion services, documentation and improvements, Tor Browser UX changes, and tooling for development. This work keeps Tor Browser, the Tor network, and the many tools that rely on Tor strong, safe, and running smoothly.

And there’s so much more we can accomplish. Thirty-seven tickets tagged BugSmashFund are still open, and as you know, a big part of building software is ensuring that you can address issues when you find them. As such, starting August 1, every donation we receive during the month of August will count towards the Bug Smash Fund 2021.

A link to the Tor Project's donate page

Your donation today to the Bug Smash Fund will help us:

There are many different ways to contribute to the Bug Smash Fund, and all of them count towards reaching this goal:

Your support keeps Tor strong. Thank you for being part of the fight for privacy online.