🌉 ❄️ Software Developer for Anti-Censorship Team
This developer position will be an integral part of our Anti-Censorship Team to work of our bridge distribution system, pluggable transports, and other anti-censorship technologies.
💻 📱 Software Engineers for Applications Team
We are looking for two developers to join our team to help us with both Tor Browser development and mobile app development.
Work remotely from wherever you are in the world. You'll work with a diverse group of bright and passionate folks committed to fostering internet freedom worldwide.
Check out our open positions! 👇 🧵
The Tor Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Every contribution keeps Tor strong. Plus, we accept 10 different cryptocurrencies.
Our onion service has moved! Now you'll find us on our new @torproject v3 site:
Since 2019, we've smashed 373 bugs with your support with donations made to the Tor Bug Smash Fund!
Here's an update on what we've fixed in the last six months, including bugs on our website, circumvention tools, Tor Browser, and core tor.
Tails 4.20 is out. 👋
#Onionshare updated to 2.2
This major update adds a feature to host a website accessible from a Tor onion service.
Update KeePassXC to 2.6.2
Update Tor Browser to 10.5.2.
Update Thunderbird to 78.11.0.
Update Tor to 0.4.5.9
Read the full report here:
Join monthly Tor Localization Hangouts this Friday, July 16!
From 12 UTC onwards, the Tor Localization Team meets to translate, share tricks, meet fellow translators, have fun, & learn about localization priorities.
At 13 UTC, we will make a call on BBB. More information:
Excited about the snowflake release and how its already helping hundreds of people around the world to access the internet?
Join the @torproject anti-censorship team and help us to build circumvention tools like snowflake.❄️
We are hiring two engineers to join our applications team @torproject and help us build privacy tools used by millions around the world!
Our Applications Team's main project is the Tor Browser, but we have plans to develop other apps in the near future.
Rust seems like the clearest way out of our bind. It's a high-level language & more expressive than C. It has innovative features that let the language enforce safety properties at compile-time. That's a huge win for us in programming time and for users in security & reliability.
Although C is venerable and ubiquitous, it's error-prone to use, and its lack of high-level features make many programming tasks more complex than they'd be in a more modern language. For us, these problems mean that programming in C is a slow and painstaking process.
We started Tor back around 2002, based on earlier Onion Routing designs from the mid-1990s. Since then, Tor has grown to handle millions of users around the world, and today's Tor is still written in the C programming language.
Some background on why Arti is important for the future of Tor: Tor is a set of protocols to provide anonymity, privacy, and censorship resistance on the Internet. Tor is also a program (in C) that provides client-side and server-side implementations of those protocols.
We're very happy to announce a new era in Tor: Arti, a pure-Rust Tor implementation.
Thanks to funding from ZcashOMG, we can finally move the Arti project up in our priorities list! https://blog.torproject.org/announcing-arti
Journalists, human rights activists, and citizens in Colombia are facing unprecedented levels of state-sponsored violence, surveillance and censorship as they try to report on the country's ongoing conflict.
"All your actions online are data being produced & stored... there are no real regulations to stop it from being sold by data brokers & consumed by thousands of companies. First step is to care about what happens with your actions when you are online." -- Isabela Bagueros
We advance human rights and defend your privacy online through free software and open networks.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!