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πŸŒ‰ Tor bridge operators!

Bridges are relatively easy & low bandwidth to operate, but they have a big impact on people impacted by internet censorship.

By running a Tor bridge, you help people bypass censorship to browse freely & privately.

⏰ Time to update: Tor Browser 10.5.4 is now available for Windows, macOS, Linux. Tor Browser 10.5.4 updates Firefox to 78.13.0esr and includes important security updates to Firefox.

πŸ¦€ Software Developer, Rust

❄️ Software Developer, Anti-Censorship

πŸ’» Software Engineers, Applications Team (Browser and VPN)

πŸ§… User Support Specialist

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We're hiring! πŸ‘‹

Work remotely from wherever you are in the world with a diverse group of bright and passionate folks committed to fostering internet freedom worldwide.

Check out our open positions! πŸ‘‡

Make a donation today in any form and any amount, and you'll help keep Tor strong. Thank you for being part of the fight for privacy online and helping us smash those bugs!

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🐞 You'll help us respond in the censorship arms race. For example, earlier this year, when Microsoft announced that it would shut down domain fronting attempts in Azure, we used the Bug Smash Fund to set up domain fronting with Fastly for Snowflake & Moat.

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You'll make it possible for us to push emergency releases. We act fast when we find bugs, like when we pushed the emergency security update to Tor Browser to handle a mistake in Mozilla’s signing infrastructure in 2019. The Bug Smash Fund makes this possible.

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πŸ› You'll help us find and fix security bugs. Our top priority is to find and smash these bugs as quickly as possible.

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We need your help to smash Tor bugs! πŸ‘Ύ πŸ”₯

By making a donation of any size during the month of August, you'll replenish the Tor Project's Bug Smash Fund.
What you'll make possible (🧡)

In March 2020, when many across the world switched to online gatherings, Zoom was slapped with a class-action lawsuit for falsely representing its 'end-to-end encryption' protections at the time. Now, it has settled the lawsuit for $86m.

πŸ‘Ύ The Bug Smash Fund is back for its third year!

Starting August 1, every donation we receive during the month will count towards the Bug Smash Fund 2021.

πŸŒ‰ ❄️ 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.

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πŸ¦€ Software Developer, Rust

We're looking for two developers to join the team that develops and maintains the networking software at the core of the Tor network, keeping it secure and improving it for the future.

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πŸ’» πŸ“± 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.

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We're hiring!
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! πŸ‘‡ 🧡

Come to work with us at @torproject We are looking for Rust developers and have other positions open

The Tor Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Every contribution keeps Tor strong. Plus, we accept 10 different cryptocurrencies.

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.

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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!