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Tor Project Appoints New Board of Directors

After Jacob Appelbaum resigned following allegations of sexual abuse against him, the Tor Project recently announced its new board of directors. The non-profit digital privacy group formed a new board and before stepping down and handing over the baton, the existing board members said that it was their responsibility to ensure that a competent leadership was at the helm of affairs as the Project moved into its second decade of existence.

Tor Project Boosting Support to Secure Mobile Browsing

Increased censorship and online surveillance in some regions are increasingly becoming a concern for Internet users everywhere.This necessitates the development of anonymity tools to...

Iran blacklists Tor network, knocking 75 percent of users offline

By Patrick Howell O'Neill on July 30, 2014 EmailIran, one of the world’s biggest Internet censors, has begun blocking the Tor network.In the last...
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Tor Browser 8.0a9 Released

The Onion Router is the full form of what is more popularly known as the Tor browser. The reference to onion is not without...
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New Tor Project Executive Director

The Tor Project, reputed for developing the most reliable anonymity and privacy tool in the world, has finally landed its next executive director.Earlier this...
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Tor Browser 6.0.5 Has Been Released

Tor Browser 6.0.5 is now available for download. The latest release of the Tor dark web browser comes with a number of improvements, one of which is a crucial security update.

Tor-Based Messenger Briar Is Officially Released to the Public

Last July, a Tor-based messaging service called Briar was first announced. It was only in beta at the time, but the app showed a...

Some Top Sites Are Blocking Tor Users

It looks like Tor users are having difficulty surfing and navigating the World Wide Web, as some websites have set up discriminating rules against...

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