Tor Bug Tracker & Wiki Welcome to Tor's combined bug tracker and wiki website. Choose New Ticket to create a new bug report or feature request. Most of the content here is written by volunteers from around the world. Anonymity Online Anonymity Online Family & Friends People like you and your family use Tor to protect themselves, their children, and their dignity while using the Internet. Businesses Businesses use Tor to research competition, keep business strategies confidential, and facilitate internal accountability.
Orbot: Mobile Anonymity + Circumvention Orbot is a free proxy app that empowers other apps to use the internet more securely. Orbot uses Tor to encrypt your Internet traffic and then hides it by bouncing through a series of computers around the world. Tor is free software and an open network that helps you defend against a form of network surveillance that threatens personal freedom and privacy, confidential business activities and relationships, and state security known as traffic analysis. Orbot is the only app that creates a truly private internet connection. As the New York Times writes, “when a communication arrives from Tor, you can never know where or whom it’s from.”
Projects Overview The Tor community of software and services aims to make your Internet experience safer and better. The Tor Browser Bundle contains everything you need to safely browse the Internet. This package requires no installation. Just extract it and run. Best cloud services for email, movies, music and more Living with your head in the clouds used to mean that you were as ditzy as a TOWIE cast member, but now it's seen as a smart move. Almost everything to do with computers and gadgetry -- from listening to music to writing an office presentation -- is moving into 'the cloud'. Yes, it is a buzzword, but 'cloud' simply means that your files, music and photos, as well as fun and useful programs, are accessed via the Internet through a web browser, rather than held on your computer's hard drive.
Vidalia : a Qt user interface for Tor Vidalia is a cross-platform graphical controller for the Tor software, built using the Qt framework. Vidalia runs on most platforms supported by Qt 4.3 or later, including Microsoft Windows, Apple OS X, and Linux or other Unix variants using the X11 window system. It was originally written by Matt Edman, and is currently maintained by Tomás Touceda. Vidalia lets you start and stop Tor, see how much bandwidth you are consuming, see how many circuits you currently have active, see where these circuits are connected on a global map, view messages from Tor about its progress and current state, and let you configure your Tor client, bridge, or relay with a simple interface. Included in Vidalia is an extensive help system which helps you understand all of the options available to you.
Download Tor Tor Browser Bundle Version 3.5.4 - Windows 8, 7, Vista, and XP Everything you need to safely browse the Internet. Learn more » Vidalia Bridge Bundle Windows 8, 7, Vista, and XP Ghostery Utiliser Tor comme proxy [Tuto] - Logiciels Je tiens à rajouter pour faire mon gros chieur, que si jamais vous avez juste besoin de naviguer un petit coup de temps en temps de façon occasionnelle, vous pouvez télécharger le Tor Browser Bundle, qui contient tout dans un petit dossier : Tor, et un navigateur Firefox pré-configuré pour tourner avec. L'installation est hyper facile et y'a rien à faire. Et cette solution présente un intérêt supplémentaire, hormis la facilité d'installation. En effet, Tor ne fait qu'anonymiser les communications du navigateur, mais pas celles de ses composants. En effet, si vous vous connectez à un site web avec une animation Flash, vous serez anonymes vis-à-vis du site web grâce à Tor, mais l'animation Flash sera en communication directe et non anonyme, car ne passant pas par Tor.
Peace and Conflict Monitor, Tor, Anonymity, and the Arab Spring: An Interview with Jacob Appelbaum The recent revolution in Egypt that ended the autocratic presidency of Hosni Mubarak was a modern example of successful nonviolent resistance. Social Media technologies provided a useful tool for the young activist to orchestrate this revolution. However the repressive Mubarak regime prosecuted many activists and censored a number of websites. This made their activities precarious, making it necessary for activists to hide their identity on the Internet. The anonymity software Tor was a tool used by some bloggers, journalists and online activists to protect their identity and to practice free speech. Jacob Appelbaum, Tor developer, independent computer security researcher, and co-founder of the the San Francisco hackerspace Noisebrige has conducted a number of Tor trainings in the Middle East.