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 changes the addresses of two directory authorities (this change especially affects those who serve or use hidden services), and fixes several other crash- and security-related bugs.
Release Notes: This version features some major anonymity fixes, such as safer path selection. Client performance was improved. Bootstrapping is faster. Address detection and DNS support for servers were improved. Write limiting and read limiting were added to make servers easier to run. A huge pile of other features and bugs were fixed. The bundles also ship with Vidalia 0.0.11.
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.
Release Notes: This release fixes two server crash bugs in 0.1.2.5-alpha.
Release Notes: This release enables write limiting by default, makes NT services more convenient and more correct, includes better detection for misbehaving DNS on servers, and has many other features and bugfixes. It ships with Vidalia 0.0.10.
Release Notes: This version fixes a serious privacy bug for people who use the HttpProxyAuthenticator config option: Tor would send your proxy auth directly to the directory server when you're tunnelling directory requests through Tor. Specifically, this happens when publishing or accessing hidden services, or when you have set FascistFirewall or ReachableAddresses and you're accessing a directory server that's not reachable directly.