TorK is a Tor Controller for KDE. It allows you to configure, run, and update Tor. It also allows you to view the Tor network and choose how you would like to interact with the it.
|Tags||Desktop Environment KDE Internet Web Security|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD Linux|
Release Notes: UPnP support was added. The interface was cleaned up.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: A security fix was made for Privoxy config. Corrections were made to torksocks installation. New extra-info handling for servers is tolerated. DNS can be resolved through tor. Stream bandwidth counting was fixed. The --enable-live-cd configure option was created.
Release Notes: This release has a Kicker applet, a Konqueror plugin, Konqueror right-click actions, and a tor: io slave. A Turkish translation has been added. There are minor bugfixes. This release will reset filters when the server list is fully refreshed.
Release Notes: A Pseudonymity button was added. Servers can be filtered by country and by type. Log events and traffic logs can be filtered. The bandwidth per stream is displayed. Exits can be dynamically blocked or preferred with a right-click. The user is allowed to specify how much bandwidth should be allowed to Tor and when. The user is allowed to select a terminal type for ssh and telnet sessions over Tor.