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How We Work

The Tor Project is driven by ideas. We believe in the right to privacy for every person on the planet. Our community—paid and volunteer—brainstorms projects that embody those ideas, like decentralized hidden messaging systems or ingenious new ways to get… Read More ›

Tor Browser 4.5.2 is released

A new release for the stable Tor Browser is available from the Tor Browser Project page and also from our distribution directory. Tor Browser 4.5.2 provides a fix for the Logjam attack ( and updates a number of Tor Browser… Read More ›

Tor Browser 5.0a2 is released

The second alpha release in the 5.0 series of the Tor Browser is now available from our extended downloads page as well as the distribution directory. This release provides a fix for the Logjam attack ( and updates a number… Read More ›

Tor Weekly News — June 11th, 2015

Welcome to the twenty-third issue in 2015 of Tor Weekly News, the weekly newsletter that covers what’s happening in the Tor community. Blocking-resistant communication through domain fronting David Fifield, lead developer of the meek pluggable transport, co-authored a paper entitled… Read More ›

Tor is released.

Hi! I’ve just put out a new stable Tor release. It is not a high-urgency item for most clients and relays, but directory authorities should upgrade, as should any clients who rely on port-based circuit isolation. Right now, the source… Read More ›

Stem Release 1.4

Greetings wonderful carbon-based residents of the Internet. I’m pleased to announce the 1.4.0 release of Stem! What is Stem, you ask? For those who aren’t familiar with it Stem is a Python library for interacting with Tor. With it you… Read More ›