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Tor is a toolset for a wide range of organizations and people that want to improve their safety and security on the Internet. Using Tor can help you anonymize web browsing and publishing, instant messaging, IRC, SSH, and other applications that use the TCP protocol. Tor also provides a platform on which software developers can build new applications with built-in anonymity, safety, and privacy features. The Tor Browser Bundle lets you use Tor on Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux without needing to install any software. It can run off a USB flash drive, comes with a pre-configured web browser to protect your anonymity, and is self-contained.

Thanks to ARMOUR and SalaR for the update.


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Portable Tor  and  7.5 Online

By portableAppZ


Download Portable Tor Online (0.9 MB)

Site: https://www.upload.ee
Sharecode[?]: /files/6780805/Tor_Portable_MultiVersion_Online.exe.html
In first screen enter: and 7.5
Tor Portable is to be used with portable browsers of PortableAppZ and is NOT Tor Browser


Extract and run TorPortable.
Installer check Firefox, Opera, PaleMoon, SeaMonkey, Thunderbird & Pidgin Portable  ( By PortableAppz ) if found in expected folders to extract (  in a folder at the root of your drive (flash or hard disk) )Tor launchers and settings.
Wait "Bootstrapped 100%: Done." in Tor console then run *TorPortable launchers.
For Chromium based portable browsers (Chrome, Opera, Vivaldi, Slimjet...  By PortableAppZ) edit *Portable.ini with:
AdditionalParameters=--proxy-server="socks5://localhost:9050" --host-resolver-rules="MAP * , EXCLUDE localhost"


Backup You're profile of Firefox ( Or Firefox, Opera, PaleMoon, SeaMonkey, Thunderbird & Pidgin Portable ) ; before run Tor portable
( Copy and paste in other folder ; folder Data . In you're FirefoxPortable ......... )
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Tor Browser 7.5 -- January 23 2018 
 * All Platforms 
   * Update Firefox to 52.6.0esr 
   * Update Tor to 
   * Update OpenSSL to 1.0.2n 
   * Update Torbutton to 
     * Bug 21847: Update copy for security slider 
     * Bug 21245: Add da translation to Torbutton and keep track of it 
     * Bug 24702: Remove Mozilla text from banner 
     * Bug 10573: Replace deprecated nsILocalFile with nsIFile (code clean-up) 
     * Translations update 
   * Update Tor Launcher to 
     * Bug 23262: Implement integrated progress bar 
     * Bug 23261: implement configuration portion of new Tor Launcher UI 
     * Bug 24623: Revise "country that censors Tor" text 
     * Bug 24624: tbb-logo.svg may cause network access 
     * Bug 23240: Retrieve current bootstrap progress before showing progress bar 
     * Bug 24428: Bootstrap error message sometimes lost 
     * Bug 22232: Add README on use of bootstrap status messages 
     * Bug 10573: Replace deprecated nsILocalFile with nsIFile (code clean-up) 
     * Translations update 
   * Update HTTPS Everywhere to 2018.1.11 
   * Update NoScript to 
   * Bug 23104: CSS line-height reveals the platform Tor Browser is running on 
   * Bug 24398: Plugin-container process exhausts memory 
   * Bug 22501: Requests via javascript: violate FPI 
   * Bug 24756: Add noisebridge01 obfs4 bridge configuration 
 * Windows 
   * Bug 16010: Enable content sandboxing on Windows 
   * Bug 23230: Fix build error on Windows 64 
 * OS X 
   * Bug 24566: Avoid white flashes when opening dialogs in Tor Browser 
   * Bug 23025: Add some hardening flags to macOS build 
 * Linux 
   * Bug 23970: Make "Print to File" work with sandboxing enabled 
   * Bug 23016: "Print to File" is broken on some non-english Linux systems 
   * Bug 10089: Set middlemouse.contentLoadURL to false by default 
   * Bug 18101: Suppress upload file dialog proxy bypass (linux part) 
 * Android 
   * Bug 22084: Spoof network information API 
 * Build System 
   * All Platforms 
     * Switch from gitian/tor-browser-bundle to rbm/tor-browser-build 
   * Windows 
     * Bug 22563: Update mingw-w64 to fix W^X violations 
     * Bug 20929: Bump GCC version to 5.4.0 
   * Linux 
     * Bug 20929: Bump GCC version to 5.4.0 
     * Bug 23892: Include Firefox and Tor debug files in final build directory 
     * Bug 24842: include libasan.so.2 and libubsan.so.0 in debug builds

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