Release Notes: This release fixes two big bugs with using bridges, fixes more hidden service performance bugs, and fixes a bunch of smaller bugs.
Release Notes: This release fixes an anonymity-related bug, fixes a hidden service performance bug, and fixes several smaller bugs.
Release Notes: This release fixes a major security vulnerability caused by a bug in Debian's OpenSSL packages. All users running any 0.2.0.x version should upgrade, whether they're running Debian or not.
Release Notes: This release adds dizum as the new sixth v3 directory authority. Relays with dynamic IP addresses and no DirPort now notice more quickly when their IP address changes. A few rare crashes and memory leaks were fixed. A few other miscellaneous bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds a sixth v3 directory authority run by CCC, fixes a big memory leak in 0.2.0.17-alpha, and adds new config options that can warn or reject connections to ports generally associated with vulnerable plaintext protocols.
Release Notes: This release fixes a huge memory leak on exit relays, makes the default exit policy a little bit more conservative so it's safer to run an exit relay on a home system, and fixes a variety of smaller issues.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bunch of bugs with the features added in 0.2.0.13-alpha.
Release Notes: This release adds a fourth v3 directory authority run by Geoff Goodell. Many more bugs were fixes. A lot of infrastructure for upcoming features was added.
Release Notes: This release fixes some build problems with the previous snapshot. It also includes a more secure-by-default exit policy for relays, fixes an enormous memory leak for exit relays, and fixes another bug where servers were falling out of the directory list.
Release Notes: This release fixes many problems including crash bugs, problems with hidden service introduction that were causing huge delays, and a big bug that was causing some servers to disappear from the network status lists for a few hours each day.