Tor Messenger which never went out of Beta is dead

The Tor project decided to kill it’s own Tor Messenger. The official page says ‘do not use the messenger because it’s no longer supported’. The project was launched back in 2014/2015 in the hope of improving security for social networks’ messaging services


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Fire.onion for Android & Red Onion are Tor Browsers for anonymous browsing and darknet

Fire.onion is an Android supported (unofficial) Tor Browser which allows you to surf the web without any other external apps running in the background – it’s an all-in-one bundle. iOS user can use Red Onion. Both Browser are unique and come with everything you need, which means you don’t need any apps or programs running in the background in order to Browse the Tor/Onion network.

Fire.onion browser
Fire.onion browser. Picture Source: GitHub
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Tor Browser 7.5.1 is out

The Tor Blog just released another versions update for it’s Browser which introduced several security updates, interface changes and improvements based on user reports. As always you can find the changelog since the last stable release, 7.0.11 right here. You should get the automatic update notification already or in the coming hours.

Tor Logo: Picture Source Tor Project
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Tor Browser 7.5

The Tor team announced another major release today, the release is available from the Tor Browser Project page and also from our distribution directory. The biggest change seems the new UI re-design on the welcome screen among the Next generation of Onion Services.


Security related changes from Firefox were also merged into the current release.