Release Notes: This release includes another big pile of minor bugfixes and cleanups.
Release Notes: This release fixes a logic error that would automatically reject all but the first configured DNS server.
Release Notes: This release fixes some crash bugs in earlier alpha releases, builds better on unusual platforms like Solaris and old OS X, and fixes a variety of other issues.
Release Notes: This release adds dizum as the new sixth v3 directory authority. Relays with dynamic IP addresses and no DirPort now notice more quickly when their IP address changes. A few rare crashes and memory leaks were fixed. A few other miscellaneous bugs were fixed.
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 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 is the third development snapshot for the 0.1.2.x series. It starts preparing the Tor directory authorities to integrate with Mike Perry's new Tor controller, so broken exit relays can be autodetected. The bundles include the new Vidalia 0.0.9 release, which features an improved interface for setting up and configuring a Tor server. The Windows bundle also includes Torbutton for simpler installs.
Release Notes: This release fixes some crashes and performance bugs.