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Tor for Windows 2.3.25-13

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Oct 05, 2013 04:11 AM

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First, read the overview page to get a basic idea of how Tor works, what it's for, and who uses it.
Install the Tor Browser Bundle and try it out. Be sure to read the list of warnings about ways you can screw up your anonymity. Look through the Tor Browser Design Document.
Our FAQ covers all sorts of topics, including questions about setting up a client or relay, concerns about anonymity attacks, why we didn't build Tor in other ways, etc. There's a separate Abuse FAQ to answer common questions from or for relay operators. The Tor Legal FAQ is written by EFF lawyers, and aims to give you an overview of some of the legal issues that arise from The Tor Project in the US.
The manual lists all the possible entries you can put in your torrc file. We also provide a manual for the development version of Tor.
If you have questions, we have an IRC channel (for users, relay operators, and developers) at #tor on If you have a bug, especially a crash bug, read how to report a Tor bug first and then tell us as much information about it as you can in our bugtracker. (If your bug is with your browser or some other application, please don't put it in our bugtracker.) The tor-talk mailing list can also be useful.
Tor has a blog. We try to keep it updated every week or two with the latest news.
Download and watch Roger's Tor overview talk from Internet Days in Sweden (video, slides, youtube), which provides good background on how Tor works and what it's for.
Learn about our censorship circumvention side: watch our 28C3 talk in December 2011 on how governments have tried to block Tor (video, youtube, slides), an overview of what to look for in a circumvention tool, and the original "blocking-resistance and circumvention" talk from 23C3 in December 2006 (video, slides, abstract, design paper).
Learn about the wide diversity of projects in the Tor ecosystem that need your help. Watch the 29c3 video on the Tor software ecosystem to learn more.
Look through Tor's Design Documents. Notice that we have RFC-style specs to tell you exactly how Tor is built. Learn about the Tor proposal process for changing our design, and look over the existing proposals.
Our sponsor TODO list starts with a timeline for external promises — things our sponsors have paid to see done. It also lists many other tasks and topics we'd like to tackle next.
Once you're up to speed, things will continue to change surprisingly fast. The tor-dev mailing list is where the complex discussion happens, and the #tor and #tor-dev IRC channels are where the rest of the discussion happens.
Mailing List Information
The tor-announce mailing list is a low volume list for announcements of new releases and critical security updates. Everybody should be on this list. There is also an RSS feed of tor-announce at
The tor-talk list is where a lot of discussion happens, and is where we send notifications of prerelease versions and release candidates.
The tor-relays list is where discussions about running, configuring, and handling your tor relay happen. If you currently run a relay, or are thinking about doing so, this is the list for you.
The tor-dev list is for posting by developers only, and is very low traffic.
A list for mirror operators for new website mirrors, and supporting current website mirrors.
A list for svn and git commits may be interesting for developers.
An automated list for bug reports from trac may be interesting for users and developers.
A list for Tor status reports.
Design Documents
The design document (published at Usenix Security 2004) gives our justifications and security analysis for the Tor design: PDF and HTML versions available.
Our follow-up paper on challenges in low-latency anonymity (still in draft form) details more recent experiences and directions: PDF draft.
Our paper at WEIS 2006 — Anonymity Loves Company: Usability and the Network Effect — explains why usability in anonymity systems matters for their security: PDF.
Our preliminary design to make it harder for large firewalls to prevent access to the Tor network is described in design of a blocking-resistant anonymity system: PDF draft and HTML draft. Want to help us build it?
The specifications aim to give developers enough information to build a compatible version of Tor:
Main Tor specification
Tor version 3 directory server specification (and older version 2 directory specification)
Tor control protocol specification
Tor rendezvous specification
Tor path selection specification
Special hostnames in Tor
Tor's SOCKS support and extensions
How Tor version numbers work
In-progress drafts of new specifications and proposed changes
Neat Links
The Tor wiki provides a plethora of helpful contributions from Tor users. Check it out!
A list of supporting programs you might want to use in association with Tor.
The Tor detector tries to guess if you're using Tor or not.
Check out one of the Tor status pages, such as the Atlas and Compass pages. Remember that these lists may not be as accurate as what your Tor client uses, because your client fetches its own directory information and examines it locally.
Read these papers (especially the ones in boxes) to get up to speed on the field of anonymous communication systems.


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