There's a new stable version of Tor!
Tor 0.2.9.5-alpha fixes numerous bugs discovered in the previous alpha version. We believe one or two probably remain, and we encourage everyone to test this release.
Tor 0.2.8.9 backports a fix for a security hole in previous versions of Tor that would allow a remote attacker to crash a Tor client, hidden service, relay, or authority.
Tor 0.2.9.4-alpha fixes a security hole in previous versions of Tor that would allow a remote attacker to crash a Tor client, hidden service, relay, or authority.
Tor 0.2.8.8 fixes two crash bugs present in previous versions of the 0.2.8.x series. Relays running 0.2.8.x should upgrade, as should users who select public relays as their bridges.
Tor 0.2.9.3-alpha adds improved support for entities that want to make high-performance services available through the Tor .onion mechanism without themselves receiving anonymity as they host those
Tor 0.2.8.7 fixes an important bug related to the ReachableAddresses option in 0.2.8.6, and replaces a retiring bridge authority.
Tor 0.2.9.2-alpha continues development of the 0.2.9 series with several new features and bugfixes. It also includes an important authority update and an important bugfix from 0.2.8.7.
Tor 0.2.9.1-alpha is the first alpha release in the 0.2.9 development series.
Tor 0.2.8.6 has been released! You can download the source from the Tor website. Packages should be available over the next week or so.