Now available for download, #UseAMaskUseTor wallpapers:
No donation required to download this package, but if you love these wallpapers, consider our suggested donation of $5.
🗓️ Save the date for the (virtual) State of the Onion 2020: Nov. 16 @ 16:00-18:00 UTC.
We'll discuss Tor's accomplishments in 2020, plus hear from @securedrop, Library Freedom Project, Ricochet Refresh, @OpenObservatory, The Guardian Project and @micahflee.
Starting today, your donations to Tor will be matched by a group of donors who believe in the importance of resisting the surveillance pandemic, up to $100K. #UseAMaskUseTor
With this match, your impact will be DOUBLED: https://torproject.org/donate/donate-usetor-md-fot
📱 Time to update: Tor Browser 10.0.3 for Android is out now.
We began working on this project in April with the goal of rebuilding the Tor Browser for Android on Mozilla's new Android Firefox Browser, Fenix. We have successfully achieved this goal: https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-tor-browser-1003
Use a mask, use Tor. And now, use your Tor mask! Make a gift of $50 before Dec. 31 and get your very own 😷
Between November 6 & 9, @torproject and LocalizationLab will host the first edition of the Tor L10n Hackaton. In this localization hackathon, we'll work exclusively on the localization of our latest resource, the Tor Community portal. Join us! #TorL10nHackathon
Over the last 2 years, onion service usability has become a primary feature of Tor Browser. The security and improved usability of onion services are the reason we can run an onion adoption campaign like #MoreOnionsPorfavor.
Read our latest blog post:
🔵 Time to update: Tor Browser 10.0 is out now. Tor Browser 10 ships with Firefox 78.3.0esr, updates NoScript to 11.0.44, and Tor to 0.4.4.5. This release includes important security updates to Firefox.
And Rabbi Rob, the founder and CEO of Team Cymru.
Join us in giving them both a warm welcome!
After months of work, we have a new stable release series! This series improves our guard selection algorithms, adds v3 onion balance support, improves the amount of code that can be disabled when running without relay support, and small bug fixes.
We are officially launching the Tor Project Membership Program, a new way for nonprofit and private sector organizations to financially support our work. 🎉
Challenges, priorities, and progress in anti-censorship technology at Tor
Censorship circumvention is a complex and ever evolving problem, and this blog post summarizes our approach in tackling it.
Read more our new blog post: https://blog.torproject.org/anti-censorship-challenges-priorities-progress
PrivChat Chapter #2 - the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Censorship Circumvention!
Today, at 17:00 UTC ⏰
Hosted by Cory Doctorow
End of #MoreOnionsPorFavor campaign!
Over 60 organisations and individuals - small, medium, and large onions - have reached out to us to be part of this campaign.
PrivChat Chapter #2 - The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Censorship Circumvention
Hosted by Cory Doctorow.
[August 28th ∙ 10:00 AM Pacific Time ∙ 17:00 UTC ∙ 13:00 Eastern Time]
- Felicia Anthonio (Access Now),
- Vrinda Bhandari (Internet Freedom Foundation ),
- Cecylia Bocovich (Tor Project ),
- Arturo Filastò (OONI )
We are considering two options that provide long-term defense against the problem of onion service DoS attacks, while maintaining onion service usability & security:
1. Defenses based on anonymous tokens and
2. Defenses based on Proof-of-Work
Read our blog post about DoS protections
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