Tor Browser: New versions available to start 2020

Tor Browser: New versions available to start 2020

Tor Browser: New versions available to start 2020

Tor Browser is a fabulous Cross-platform web browser that makes it easier for us to hide and / or mask our identity on the network, which is also based on Mozilla Firefox.

And this is possible, thanks to the fact that it performs the connections to the different websites, so faint by assigning a anonymous route through Proxy servers (bridges).

Tor Browser: Introduction

All of this makes Tor Browser a wonderful application that prevents our web communications are easy to track, by efficiently avoiding external traffic analysis, through among other things, preventing someone on the road from having the possibility of knowing our IP address o geolocate us.

Tor Browser: What's New 9.0.4

What is Tor Browser?

Tor Browser It has many interesting things to offer and to know, because of that, we recommend you read 2 previous articles about it (Article 1 y Article 2) for you to delve into said application, since this article focuses, above all, on the news of the new versions available for this year 2020 .

However, it's worth it quote the following excerpt from the first, to minimize the need to read it:

"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.

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."

In summary, the Tor Browser Browser according to its own developers 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".

Tor Browser: New versions available

9.0.4 (Stable version)

  • The Mozilla Firefox base used now is the 68.4.1esr
  • Includes correction patch for the critical security issue under the code CVE-2019-17026.
  • Preserves critical and fundamental changes from previous versions of the 9.0.X series, which can be known through the following link: Changelog 9.0.X.

9.5a4 (Alpha Version)

  • It includes important updates and security fixes built into the base of Mozilla Firefox (68.4.0esr and 68.4.1esr) used.
  • It has the updated version in its latest version, of the NoScript extension.
  • Integrate the solution to the problem with the reproducible builds mentioned in the following link: Tor Browser 9.0.1

Note: Version Alfa de Tor Browser it is experimental version for users who want to help us try new features. For everyone else, we recommend downloading the latest stable version instead.

Any other additional information about Tor Browser is easy to get and access by clicking on your Official website, which also has a complete and grandiose documentation section where many things are explained like his installation on each Operating System, its setup and use. In addition, it has a simple but practical blog where they periodically publish the news of each new release.

Conclusion

Conclusion

We hope that this "useful little post" about «Tor Browser», the fabulous «Navegador web multiplataforma» that facilitates us hide and / or mask our identity on the network, which is also based on «Mozilla Firefox», is of great interest and utility, for the entire «Comunidad de Software Libre y Código Abierto» and of great contribution to the diffusion of the wonderful, gigantic and growing ecosystem of applications of and for «GNU/Linux».

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