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  •  22 Nov 2009 09:21
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    Release Notes: This release lays the groundwork for many upcoming features, such as support for the new lower-footprint "microdescriptor" directory design, future-proofing the consensus format against new hash functions or other changes, and an Android port. It also makes Tor compatible with the upcoming OpenSSL 0.9.8l release and fixes a variety of bugs.

    •  18 Nov 2009 07:40
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      Release Notes: This release fixes a crash bug when you're accessing many hidden services at once, prepares for more performance improvements, and fixes a bunch of smaller bugs.

      •  29 Oct 2009 07:50
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        Release Notes: This release fixes several asserts in the circuit_build_times code.

        •  29 Jul 2009 06:45
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          Release Notes: This release makes hidden services work correctly again on 0.2.1.x.

          •  13 Jul 2009 08:12
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            Release Notes: This release marks the fourth release candidate for the 0.2.1.x series. It lays the groundwork for further client performance improvements, and also fixes a big bug with directory authorities that were causing them to assign Guard and Stable flags poorly.

            •  26 Jun 2009 09:22
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              Release Notes: This release fixes a big bug that was causing Tor relays with dynamic IP addresses to disappear from the network. It also fixes a rare crash bug on fast exit relays.

              •  24 Jun 2009 06:42
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                Release Notes: This release speeds up performance for fast exit relays, and fixes a bunch of minor bugs.

                •  13 Mar 2009 13:27
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                  Release Notes: This release includes another big pile of minor bugfixes and cleanups.

                  •  10 Feb 2009 14:13
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                    Release Notes: This release features several more security-related fixes. You should upgrade, especially if you run an exit relay (which is vulnerable to a remote crash) or a directory authority (which is vulnerable to a remote infinite loop), or if you're on an older (pre-XP) or not-recently-patched Windows operating system (which can be attacked with a remote exploit).

                    •  10 Feb 2009 14:12
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                      Release Notes: This version features several more security-related fixes. You should upgrade, especially if you run an exit relay (which is vulnerable to a remote crash bug) or a directory authority (which is vulnerable to a remote infinite loop), or if you're on an older (pre-XP) or not-recently-patched Windows operating system (which can be attacked with a remote exploit).

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