Release Notes: This is the second release candidate for the Tor 0.2.4.x series. It fixes several crash bugs in the 0.2.4 branch.
Release Notes: This release makes relay measurement by directory authorities more robust, makes hidden service authentication work again, and resolves a DPI fingerprint for Tor's SSL transport.
Release Notes: This release fixes a variety of smaller bugs. The development branch now builds on Windows again.
Release Notes: This release fixes yet more bugs to get closer to a release candidate. It also dramatically speeds up AES: fast relays should consider switching to the newer OpenSSL library.
Release Notes: This release adds a new "stream isolation" feature to improve Tor's security, and provides client-side support for the microdescriptor and optimistic data features introduced earlier in the 0.2.3.x series. It also includes numerous critical bugfixes in the (optional) bufferevent-based networking backend.
Release Notes: This release marks the fourth release candidate for the 0.2.1.x series. It lays the groundwork for further client performance improvements, and also fixes a big bug with directory authorities that were causing them to assign Guard and Stable flags poorly.
Release Notes: This release includes another big pile of minor bugfixes and cleanups.
Release Notes: This release features several more security-related fixes. You should upgrade, especially if you run an exit relay (which is vulnerable to a remote crash) or a directory authority (which is vulnerable to a remote infinite loop), or if you're on an older (pre-XP) or not-recently-patched Windows operating system (which can be attacked with a remote exploit).
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This release fixes a logic error that would automatically reject all but the first configured DNS server.