Release Notes: This release adds a fourth v3 directory authority run by Geoff Goodell. Many more bugs were fixes. A lot of infrastructure for upcoming features was added.
Release Notes: This release fixes some build problems with the previous snapshot. It also includes a more secure-by-default exit policy for relays, fixes an enormous memory leak for exit relays, and fixes another bug where servers were falling out of the directory list.
Release Notes: This development snapshot fixes a crash bug that's been around since February 2007. Bridge authorities may now store a list of bridge descriptors they've seen. v3 directory voting is closer to working. Caching of v3 directory consensus documents on directory mirrors was started. A variety of smaller issues were fixed, including some minor memory leaks.
Release Notes: This release makes bridges work again, makes bridge authorities work for the first time, fixes two huge performance flaws in hidden services, and fixes a variety of minor issues.
Release Notes: This release fixes major load balancing problems with path selection, which should speed things up a lot once many people have upgraded.
Release Notes: This release provide new features for people running Tor as both a client and a server. Tor may now be run as a DNS proxy.
Release Notes: This release fixes an infinite loop introduced in 0.1.2.7-alpha when serving directory information requested inside Tor connections.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that prevented Tor from running on Win98 and friends.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few crash bugs, and generally continues to clean things up.
Release Notes: This release makes rate limiting much more comfortable for servers. A huge number of bugs were fixed.