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Tor Browser Bundle v9.0.1 for Linux, BSD, and Unix 64bit

What is the Tor Browser?

The Tor software protects you by bouncing your communications around a distributed network of relays run by volunteers all around the world: it prevents somebody watching your Internet connection from learning what sites you visit, it prevents the sites you visit from learning your physical location, and it lets you access sites which are blocked.

The Tor Browser lets you use Tor on Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux without needing to install any software. It can run off a USB flash drive, comes with a pre-configured web browser to protect your anonymity, and is self-contained.

Want Tor to really work?

You need to change some of your habits, as some things won't work exactly as you are used to.

Use Tor Browser

Tor does not protect all of your computer's Internet traffic when you run it. Tor only protects your applications that are properly configured to send their Internet traffic through Tor. To avoid problems with Tor configuration, we strongly recommend you use the Tor Browser. It is pre-configured to protect your privacy and anonymity on the web as long as you're browsing with Tor Browser itself. Almost any other web browser configuration is likely to be unsafe to use with Tor.
Don't torrent over Tor

Torrent file-sharing applications have been observed to ignore proxy settings and make direct connections even when they are told to use Tor. Even if your torrent application connects only through Tor, you will often send out your real IP address in the tracker GET request, because that's how torrents work. Not only do you deanonymize your torrent traffic and your other simultaneous Tor web traffic this way, you also slow down the entire Tor network for everyone else.
Don't enable or install browser plugins

Tor Browser will block browser plugins such as Flash, RealPlayer, Quicktime, and others: they can be manipulated into revealing your IP address. Similarly, we do not recommend installing additional addons or plugins into Tor Browser, as these may bypass Tor or otherwise harm your anonymity and privacy.
Use HTTPS versions of websites

Tor will encrypt your traffic to and within the Tor network, but the encryption of your traffic to the final destination website depends upon on that website. To help ensure private encryption to websites, Tor Browser includes HTTPS Everywhere to force the use of HTTPS encryption with major websites that support it. However, you should still watch the browser URL bar to ensure that websites you provide sensitive information to display a blue or green URL bar button, include https:// in the URL, and display the proper expected name for the website. Also see EFF's interactive page explaining how Tor and HTTPS relate.
Don't open documents downloaded through Tor while online

Tor Browser will warn you before automatically opening documents that are handled by external applications. DO NOT IGNORE THIS WARNING. You should be very careful when downloading documents via Tor (especially DOC and PDF files, unless you use the PDF viewer that's built into Tor Browser) as these documents can contain Internet resources that will be downloaded outside of Tor by the application that opens them. This will reveal your non-Tor IP address. If you must work with DOC and/or PDF files, we strongly recommend either using a disconnected computer, downloading the free VirtualBox and using it with a virtual machine image with networking disabled, or using Tails. Under no circumstances is it safe to use BitTorrent and Tor together, however.
Use bridges and/or find company

Tor tries to prevent attackers from learning what destination websites you connect to. However, by default, it does not prevent somebody watching your Internet traffic from learning that you're using Tor. If this matters to you, you can reduce this risk by configuring Tor to use a Tor bridge relay rather than connecting directly to the public Tor network. Ultimately the best protection is a social approach: the more Tor users there are near you and the more diverse their interests, the less dangerous it will be that you are one of them. Convince other people to use Tor, too!


Tor Browser 9.0.1 -- November 4 2019
* All Platforms
* Update NoScript to 11.0.4
* Bug 21004: Don't block JavaScript on onion services on medium security
* Bug 27307: NoScript marks HTTP onions as not secure
* Bug 30783: Fundraising banner for EOY 2019 campain
* Bug 32321: Don't ping Mozilla for Man-in-the-Middle-detection
* Bug 27268: Preferences clean-up
* Windows + OS X + Linux
* Update Tor Launcher to 0.2.20.2
* Bug 32164: Trim each received log line from tor
* Translations update
* Bug 31803: Replaced about:debugging logo with flat version
* Bug 31764: Fix for error when navigating via 'Paste and go'
* Bug 32169: Fix TB9 Wikipedia address bar search
* Bug 32210: Hide the tor pane when using a system tor
* Bug 31658: Use builtin --panel-disabled-color for security level text
* Bug 32188: Fix localization on about:preferences#tor
* Bug 32184: Red dot is shown while downloading an update
* Android
* Bug 32342: Crash when changing the browser locale






















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2,717 10,183 The Tor Project <img src="https://www.oldergeeks.com/downloads/gallery/thumbs/torbrowser_th.png"border="0"> Nov 06, 2019 - 10:47 9.0.1 75.33MB XZ 5/5, out of 33 Votes.
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