This post is meant to update the list of open Tor research problems, to bring focus to specific areas of research that the Tor Project thinks are necessary/useful in our efforts to upgrade and improve the Tor network and associated components and software. It is organized by topic area: network performance, network security, censorship circumvention, and application research. Each topic area provides information about current and desired work and ideas. We conclude with information about doing ethical and useful research on Tor and with suggestions on how to best ensure that this work is useful and easy for us to adopt.
This blog post is meant to generate a conversation about best practices for using cryptography and privacy by design to improve security and protect user data from well-resourced attackers and oppr
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Wednesday, CloudFlare blogged that 94% of the requests it sees from Tor are "malicious." We find that unlikely, and we
The Tor Project exists to provide privacy and anonymity for millions of people, including human rights defenders across the globe whose lives depend on it.
A new release for the stable Tor Browser is available from the Tor Browser Project page and also from our
The Tor Browser Team is proud to announce the first alpha release in the 5.5 series.
The Tor Browser Team is proud to announce the first stable release in the 5.0 series.