A few days ago, we heard the pleasant news of the new update of the well-known Cross-platform web browser based Mozilla Firefox that makes it easier for us to hide and / or mask our identity on the network, called Tor Browser.
Tor Browser 10 is now the new stable version available to all those Internet users who seek to avoid, that their web communications are easy to track, efficiently avoiding external traffic analysis, through the many current possible pathways or mechanisms.
In this new publication we will focus on the news, since in previous ones we have talked in detail about Tor Browser as an app. But, as usual, we will include a small but useful excerpt on what is the same, using one of our previous related posts.
Table of Contents
- 1 What is Tor Browser?
- 2 Tor Browser 10: Released October 13
- 3 Conclusion
What is Tor Browser?
The Tor Browser Web Browser is:
"Free software and an open network that helps defend against traffic analytics, a form of network surveillance that threatens personal freedom and privacy, confidential business activities and relationships, and state security".
In addition, it is worth noting about it that:
"Certainly all the Tor Browser technology can be used separately in a GNU / Linux Operating System, through the graphical manager called Vidalia on a compatible Internet browser (such as Mozilla Firefox) with Torbutton (Complement / Plugin) that allows us to activate it from the own browser."
And clarifying that:
"However, in the Tor Browser Web Browser, its creators have managed to simplify everything, designing a solid and robust application (package) in a comprehensive way, that is, with everything necessary to work immediately in any distribution. And using the best and most recent versions of Mozilla Firefox, in order to take advantage of the technical facilities of one of the best Web Browsers in the Free World."
For more information you can access our latest related publication below:
Tor Browser 10: Released October 13
What's new in Tor Browser 10?
The current version released in the official website by Tor Browser is exactly the number 10.0.1 and is now available from October 13 of this year, in the Tor Browser download page and about his distribution directory.
In this first stable version of the 10 series, stand out interesting news and NoScript update to version 11.1.1, and the fixes of some errors, including crucial problem that originated when some YouTube videos on Windows.
However, examining the entire changelog file you can see more fully all the changes (updates, corrections, additions and deletions) made in it. However, among the highlighted ones, the following can be shown:
Valid for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux
- NoScript update to version 11.1.1, Tor Launcher to version 0.2.26 and built-in translations.
- Critical bug fixes: 31767, 40013, 40016, 40139 and 40148.
Valid only for Windows
- Correction of error (bug) 40140, related to videos that stopped working with Tor Browser on Windows.
Related to the Build System and valid for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux
- Bump Go update to version 1.14.9
- Bump openssl update to version 1.1.1h
Related to the Build System and only valid for Windows
- Correction of critical bug 40051
Finally, remember that Tor Browser always offers a development version (Alpha) currently going for the version 10.5a1. While for Android a stable version 10 has not been released yet.
"Use Tor Browser and defend yourself against network surveillance and traffic analysis. Bypass censorship".
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