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Every donation counts towards the Bug Smash Fund. We accept the standard methods along with ten different cryptocurrencies ($REP, $XBT, $BCH, $Dash, $ETH, $LTC, $XMR, $XLM, $ZEC, $XDG). Help millions of people around the world stay safe online.
donate.torproject.org/

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With your help, in 2019 the Bug Smash Fund allowed Tor to close 74 tickets that improved tor padding, testing, onion services, tooling for development, & more. This work keeps Tor Browser, the Tor network, and the many tools that rely on Tor strong, safe, and running smoothly.

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Tor’s Bug Smash Fund is back for its second year! 👾 💥

Every donation made today through the month of August will go towards the important work of finding & fixing bugs + conducting routine maintenance.

blog.torproject.org/tor-bug-sm

Support for v2 onion services will be removed from SecureDrop in February 2021. Journalists and admins, if you see this warning when accessing your SecureDrop, it's time to migrate to v3 onion services:

docs.securedrop.org/en/master/

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SecureDrop 1.5.0 will be released on July 28, 2020. This release will include a kernel update, deprecation warnings for v2 onion services, improved error-handling in the API, and a number of community contributions:

securedrop.org/news/securedrop

More good news: a federal appeals court has issued an order preventing USAGM from installing a hand-picked board to replace the previously existing leadership of the Open Technology Fund.
politico.com/news/2020/07/21/a

PrivChat is a brand-new fundraising event series held to raise donations for the Tor Project. Through PrivChat, we will bring you important information related to what is happening in tech, human rights, and internet freedom by convening experts for a chat with our community.

blog.torproject.org/introducin

The Tor Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Your support makes Tor possible. 💜
donate.torproject.org/

Open source technology is critical to internet freedom because it allows anyone to inspect the code, understand it, and discover any bugs or backdoors. For the community that OTF supports, the open source approach builds trust.

vice.com/en_us/article/v7gz4d/

Starting today, we're running a month-long campaign to raise awareness about onion sites, and if you enable Onion-Location on your site, you could win Tor swag!
Join us to make a more secure web!

Read our blog for all the details: blog.torproject.org/more-onion

Last month, members of CCC testified in German parliament about the importance of anonymity tools in technopolitics: "Encryption & anonymization services such as Tor are fundamental for secure communication & protection of information from unauthorized access. For people affected by repression or surveillance, it's essential that encryption methods and anonymization services are neither weakened nor provided with backdoors."

Read the full statement here:
ccc.de/system/uploads/302/orig

Important announcement from @torproject about the deprecation of v2 onion services:

blog.torproject.org/v2-depreca

v3 onion addresses are recognizable by their 56 character identifier. They provide better security and anonymity protections than the previous version.

If you're running a SecureDrop instance and are still on v2, please see our docs for switching to v3, or enabling v3 alongside v2.

docs.securedrop.org/en/master/

"Freedom in China is not simple. To empower those that seek it, you need many tools, from a global toolbox... We need the diverse, deeply researched, audited, & open-source brain trust that OTF has been nurturing and building for this last decade to win."

medium.com/@n8fr8/click-here-t

More than 15 years ago, Onion Service (at the time named Hidden Service) saw the light of day. From today (July 2nd), the Internet has around 16 months to migrate from onion services v2 to v3 once and for all. ⏰

Read more:
blog.torproject.org/v2-depreca

Tails 4.8 is out: tails.boum.org/news/version_4.

It disables the Unsafe Browser by default, adds a beta feature of the Persistent Storage to save the settings from the Welcome Screen, and more.

🇮🇳 Among other sites and Apps, Duckduckgo is now blocked by multiple ISPs in India. You can still search privately using Tor Browser.

Download now: torproject.org/download

🔵 Time to update: Tor Browser 9.5.1 is out now.

This release updates Firefox to 68.10.0esr and NoScript to 11.0.32. Also, this release features important security updates to Firefox.
blog.torproject.org/new-releas

Yesterday Philipp Winter gave a presentation on how you can circumvent internet censorship using @torproject !

Watch the live-stream here: youtube.com/watch?v=g6xEfNHkFK

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Today at 14:00 UTC, tune in for Philipp Winter's presentation on circumventing Internet censorship with @torproject!

Watch the live-stream here: youtube.com/watch?v=g6xEfNHkFK

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