Minted now, with FND.
We collaborated with ix_shells to create a one-of-a-kind NFT: a generative art piece derived using the first onion service's private key.
This auction benefits the Tor Project, the nonprofit protecting your human right to privacy.
Tor's safety comes from diversity.
The more relays we have and the more diverse they are, the fewer attackers are in a position to harm the network.
The more diverse the use of the network, the more anonymity we have for all users.
🚨 Important: starting July 15, 2021, Tor will no longer support v2 onion services. If you are a site administrator, you must upgrade to v3 onion services. Here is the full deprecation timeline:
Growing your onion is easier than ever with affordable DV certificates and the new Onion Zine setup guide. 💜
🔵 New releases: Tor 0.3.5.14, 0.4.4.8, and 0.4.5.7.
These releases fix a pair of denial-of-service issues. We recommend that everybody upgrade to one of the releases (0.3.5.14, 0.4.4.8, or 0.4.5.7) as they become available to you.
Full log: https://blog.torproject.org/node/2009
The Tor Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Your contributions make it possible for millions of people to take back their privacy online every day.
The Tor Project's UX team lead Antonela Debiasi will share how our human-centered design methodologies improve Tor's usability without compromising user privacy at this year's LibrePlanet.
Onion services v2 are retiring.
It's time to migrate to onion services v3.
Here is the planned deprecation timeline:
And finally, if you've tested Snowflake, we have a user survey to help us improve it:
For Snowflake volunteers: If you use Firefox, Brave, or Chrome, our Snowflake extension turns your browser into a proxy that connects Tor users in censored regions to the Tor network. Note: you should not run more than one snowflake in the same network.
📣 Starting this month, we're running a campaign to increase the number of Snowflake proxies run by volunteers. Snowflake is a new way to defeat internet censorship bundled in Tor Browser Alpha. You can help users in censored countries to connect to Tor by running a Snowflake proxy!
👩🔬 💻 We put our users at the center of our development process. You can help us improve Tor Browser by completing a new short survey about your experience:
Time to update: Tor Browser 10.0.12 is now available. This version updates Desktop Firefox to 78.8.0esr and Android Firefox to 86.1.0 + updates NoScript to 11.2.2, Openssl to 1.1.1j, and Tor to 0.4.5.6. Full changelog:
📣 OnionShare 2.3 adds tabs, anonymous chat, better command line support, and quite a bit more.
This year, your contributions to Tor's Bug Smash Fund have allowed us to work on CI tooling, Tor Browser improvements, defenses against DDoS, GetTor, Arti, security fixes, & http://status.torproject.org. Details on the 97 tickets closed with the Bug Smash Fund:
New: Anonymous GitLab ticketing at Tor. Our outreachy intern Maria Violante is working on an exciting project that allows collaborators to submit anonymous tickets to the Tor Project. The Anonymous Ticket Portal system is ready for you to test!
New on our blog: we’re continuing an annual tradition of reviewing news stories that mentioned Tor last year. Our goal is to highlight changes in the conversation about privacy & censorship, and to identify the ways the media discusses Tor in this context: https://blog.torproject.org/tor-media-2020
We advance human rights and defend your privacy online through free software and open networks.
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