The Tor Project has released Tor Browser 11.5 based on Firefox 91.11.0 ESR for even more privacy and security when surfing the Internet. In particular, the connection wizard, as well as the entry point, the so-called tor bridgeWill receive further improvements to increase anonymity on the web.
The Tor browser, which is based on the open-source browser Firefox, will receive another major release about eight months after the release of version 11.0. Tor Browser 11.0, which comes with the Tails 4.24 security distribution, is followed by Tor Browser 11.5, an improved “Tor Connection Assistant”, which has been further expanded and is now said to be more intuitive to use. The best available Tor bridge is now automatically selected by location to be able to circumvent censorship and surveillance more consistently.
Updated base and new features
In addition, Tor Bridges can now be quickly shared with other users via a unique QR code. Additionally, HTTPS-only mode is now enabled by default during add-ons. HTTPS Everywhere Now obsolete and no longer bundled with the browser.
Free Software for Transport Layer Security OpenSSL Updated to version 1.1.1q, Tor Launcher is included in the latest version 0.2.37.
download on computer base
As always, Tor Browser 11.5 can be downloaded from the computerbase download area just below this message.
The P2P client “OnionShare” is also connected, which enables file exchange via tor network possible and largely anonymous. Both programs are available for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
OnionShare aims to enable you to send files and chat anonymously over the Tor network.
The Tor browser – which includes the Tor client and a modified Firefox – enables anonymous surfing.
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