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+title: Tor Browser 9.5 makes onion services easier to find and use
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+pub_date: 2020-06-30
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+                                                                               
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+                                                                               
                <h1>Tor Browser 9.5 makes onion services easier to find and 
use</h1>
+
+                                                                               
                <p><a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-tor-browser-95";><img alt="" 
src="https://blog.torproject.org/sites/default/files/styles/full_width/public/image/95%402x.png?itok=MSurYZ1O";
 style="width: 640px; height: 312px;" /></a></p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>Tor&#39;s onion routing remains the best way to achieve 
end-to-end anonymous communication on the internet. With onion services (.onion 
addresses), website administrators can provide their users with anonymous 
connections that are metadata-free or that hide metadata from any third party. 
Onion services are also one of the few censorship circumvention technologies 
that allow users to route around censorship while simultaneously protecting 
their privacy and identity.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>With our latest <a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-tor-browser-95";>Tor Browser 
release</a>, we&#39;ve made onion services easier to discover, remember, and 
use. Here&#39;s what&#39;s new:</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <h2>Onion Location</h2>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>Website publishers now can advertise their onion service to 
Tor users by adding an HTTP header. When <a 
href="https://support.torproject.org"; rel="noopener" target="_blank">visiting a 
website</a> that has both an <a href="http://4bflp2c4tnynnbes.onion"; 
rel="noopener" target="_blank"> .onion address</a> and Onion Location enabled 
via Tor Browser, users will be prompted about the onion service version of the 
site and will be asked to opt-in to upgrade to the onion service on their first 
use.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <h2>Onion Authentication</h2>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>Onion services administrators who want to add an extra layer 
of security to their website can now set a pair of keys for access control and 
authentication. Tor Browser users can save keys and manage them via <a 
href="about:preferences#privacy" rel="noopener noreferrer" 
target="_blank">about:preferences#privacy</a> in the Onion Services 
Authentication section.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <h2>URL Bar Security Indicators</h2>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>Browsers traditionally rendered sites delivered via a secure 
transport protocol with a green lock icon. But in mid-2019, the <a 
href="https://blog.mozilla.org/security/2019/10/15/improved-security-and-privacy-indicators-in-firefox-70/";
 rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">formerly green lock icon became 
gray</a>, intending to de-emphasize the default (safe) connection state and, 
instead, putting more emphasis on broken or insecure connections. We have 
updated Tor Browser security indicators to make it easier for users to 
understand when they are visiting a non-secure website.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <h2>Error Pages for Onion Services</h2>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>In this release, we have improved the way Tor Browser 
communicates with users about service-, client-, and network-side errors that 
might happen when they are trying to visit an onion service. Tor Browser now 
displays a simplified diagram of the connection and shows where the error 
occurred. We want these messages to be clear and informative without being 
overwhelming.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <h2>Onion Names</h2>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>Because of cryptographic protections, onion service URLs are 
not easy for humans to remember (ie, <a href="https://www.torproject.org"; 
rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">https://torproject.org</a> vs. <a 
href="http://expyuzz4wqqyqhjn.onion"; rel="noopener noreferrer" 
target="_blank">http://expyuzz4wqqyqhjn.onion/</a>). This makes it hard for 
users to discover or return to an onion site. For this release, we partnered 
with <a href="https://freedom.press"; rel="noopener noreferrer" 
target="_blank">Freedom of the Press Foundation</a> (FPF) and the Electronic 
Frontier Foundation&#39;s <a href="https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere"; 
rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">HTTPS Everywhere</a> to develop the 
first proof-of-concept human-memorable names for SecureDrop onion services 
addresses.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p><a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-tor-browser-95";>Read about all of 
the onion service improvements in Tor Browser 9.5</a>.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <hr />
+                                                                               
                <h1 class="title"><span class="quickedit-field" 
data-quickedit-field-id="node/1886/title/en/full" property="schema:name">Save 
Open Technology Fund, #SaveInternetFreedom</span></h1>
+
+                                                                               
                <p><a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/save-open-technology-fund";><img alt="" 
src="https://blog.torproject.org/sites/default/files/styles/full_width/public/image/save-otf_0.png?itok=kk0QcWSy";
 style="width: 640px; height: 320px;" /></a></p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>The Tor Project has joined the voices around the world from 
the internet freedom community and in the U.S. Congress to express concerns 
about the rapid firing of key personnel and dissolution of the board of 
directors at the four agencies (Middle East Broadcasting, Radio Free Asia, 
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, and the Open Technology Fund) under the U.S. 
Agency for Global Media (USAGM).</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>Of most immediate concern to Tor is the future of the Open 
Technology Fund (OTF) and its crucial mission, since 2012, of providing funding 
for technology that enables free expression, helps people circumvent 
censorship, and obstructs repressive surveillance.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p><a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/save-open-technology-fund";>Read our full 
statement and sign the open letter to Congress</a>. Help 
#SaveInternetFreedom.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <hr />
+                                                                               
                <h1>Introducing PrivChat</h1>
+
+                                                                               
                <div class="container pb-3 mt-5 preamble">
+                                                                               
                <p><a href="https://torproject.org/privchat";><img alt="" 
src="https://blog.torproject.org/sites/default/files/inline-images/privchat-1-newsletter.png";
 style="width: 640px; height: 320px;" /></a></p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>PrivChat is brand-new a fundraising event series held to 
raise donations for the Tor Project. Through PrivChat, we will bring you 
important information related to what is happening in tech, human rights, and 
internet freedom by convening experts for a chat with our community.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p class="font-family-serif">For our first ever PrivChat, we 
brought together&nbsp;<strong>Carmela Troncoso</strong>, Assistant Professor at 
EPFL (Switzerland);&nbsp;<strong>Daniel Kahn Gillmor</strong>, Senior Staff 
Technologist for ACLU&rsquo;s Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project; 
and&nbsp;<strong>Matt Mitchell</strong>, hacker and Tech Fellow at the Ford 
Foundation, to chat with us about privacy in the context of the COVID-19 
pandemic, contact tracing, privacy, and the uprising in the U.S. against 
systemic racism.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p class="font-family-serif">If you missed the lived PrivChat, 
<a href="https://youtu.be/gSyDvG4Z308";>you can watch the recorded version 
here</a>. If you&#39;re interested in attended the next PrivChat, <a 
href="http://torproject.org/privchat";>stay up-to-date on this page</a>.</p>
+                                                                               
                </div>
+
+                                                                               
                <hr />
+                                                                               
                <h1 class="title"><a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/the-value-of-anonymous-contributions-wikipedia";
 rel="bookmark"><span property="schema:name">The value of Tor and anonymous 
contributions to Wikipedia</span></a></h1>
+
+                                                                               
                <div class="field field--name-body 
field--type-text-with-summary field--label-hidden field--item" 
property="schema:text">
+                                                                               
                <p><a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/the-value-of-anonymous-contributions-wikipedia";><img
 alt="" 
src="https://blog.torproject.org/sites/default/files/styles/full_width/public/image/wikipedia___-compressor.png?itok=d7Clb7zE";
 style="width: 640px; height: 320px;" /></a></p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>According to a recently published research paper co-authored 
by researchers from Drexel, NYU, and the University of Washington, Tor users 
make high-quality contributions to Wikipedia. And, when they are blocked, as 
doctoral candidate Chau Tran, the lead author describes, &quot;the collateral 
damage in the form of unrealized valuable contributions from anonymity seekers 
is invisible.&quot;</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p class="ace-line" id="magicdomid10"><span>By examining more 
than 11,000 Wikipedia edits made by Tor users able to bypass Wikipedia&#39;s 
Tor ban between 2007 and 2018, the research team found that Tor users made 
similar quality edits to those of IP editors, who are non-logged-in users 
identified by their IP addresses, and first-time editors. <a 
href="https://engineering.nyu.edu/news/tor-users-untapped-resource-wikipedia";>The
 paper notes</a> that Tor users, on average, contributed higher-quality changes 
to articles than non-logged-in IP editors. <a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/the-value-of-anonymous-contributions-wikipedia";>Read
 more about the value of anonymous contributions to Wikipedia</a>. </span></p>
+                                                                               
                </div>
+
+                                                                               
                <hr />
+                                                                               
                <h1>GSoC and Outreachy 2020 projects</h1>
+
+                                                                               
                <div class="field field--name-body 
field--type-text-with-summary field--label-hidden field--item" 
property="schema:text">
+                                                                               
                <p><a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/gsoc-outreachy-2020";><img alt="" 
src="https://blog.torproject.org/sites/default/files/styles/full_width/public/image/GSOC%20%2B%20Outreachy.png?itok=rf7WYrc_";
 style="width: 640px; height: 320px;" /></a></p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>We&#39;re pleased to announce that the Tor Project is 
hosting students this summer as part of Google Summer of Code and Outreachy, 
thanks to support from DIAL Open Source Center. <a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/gsoc-outreachy-2020";>Find out more about the 
students and their projects</a>.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <hr /></div>
+
+                                                                               
                <h1>New Releases</h1>
+
+                                                                               
                <h2 class="title"><a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-tor-0441-alpha"; 
rel="bookmark"><span property="schema:name">Tor 0.4.4.1-alpha</span></a></h2>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>This is the first alpha release in the 0.4.4.x series. It 
improves our guard selection algorithms, improves the amount of code that can 
be disabled when running without relay support, and includes small bugfixes and 
enhancements. <a href="https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-tor-0441-alpha"; 
target="_blank">Full changelog.</a></p>
+
+                                                                               
                <h2><a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-tor-browser-100a1"; 
rel="bookmark"><span property="schema:name">Tor Browser 10.0a1</span></a></h2>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>This release updates Firefox to 68.9.0esr, and 
HTTPS-Everywhere to 2020.5.20. In addition, Snowflake is now available for 
testing on Android. <a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-tor-browser-100a1";>Full 
changelog</a>.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <h2 class="title"><a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-bridgedb-010-1"; 
rel="bookmark"><span property="schema:name">BridgeDB 0.10.1</span></a></h2>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>This release includes improvements to BridgeDB&#39;s email 
autoresponder, changes to the distribution mechanism, improvements to the UI, 
and a &quot;howto&quot; box that explains how people add bridges to Tor 
Browser. <a href="https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-bridgedb-010-1";>Full 
changelog</a>.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <hr />
+                                                                               
                <h1>What We&#39;re Reading</h1>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>&quot;How Surveillance Has Always Reinforced Racism,&quot; 
<a 
href="https://www.wired.com/story/how-surveillance-reinforced-racism/";>WIRED.</a></p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>&quot;Tactics to secure your smartphone before joining a 
protest,&quot; <a 
href="https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/campaigns/2020/06/tactics-to-secure-phone-before-a-protest/";>Amnesty
 International</a>.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>&quot;Zoom admits to shutting down activist accounts at the 
request of the Chinese government,&quot; <a 
href="https://techcrunch.com/2020/06/11/zoom-admits-to-shutting-down-activist-accounts-at-the-request-of-the-chinese-government/";>Tech
 Crunch</a>.<br />
+                                                                               
                <br />
+                                                                               
                &quot;<span>Google Sued for $5 Billion for Tracking Users, Even 
Those Using &#39;Incognito&#39; Mode,&quot; <a 
href="https://www.vice.com/en_in/article/m7jvvp/google-sued-for-5-billion-for-tracking-users-even-those-using-incognito-private-mode";>VICE</a>.</span></p>
+
+                                                                               
                <hr />
+                                                                               
                <h1>Events with Tor</h1>
+
+                                                                               
                <div class="views-row">
+                                                                               
                <div class="views-row">
+                                                                               
                <p>(ICYMI) <a 
href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arjXJ2NY--E";>Tor Browser 9.5 Release | 
Onion-Location and new features (recorded virtual event)</a>, June 5, 2020.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p>(ICYMI) <a href="https://youtu.be/gSyDvG4Z308";>PrivChat with 
Tor | Online Privacy in 2020: Activism &amp; COVID-19 (recorded virtual 
event)</a>, June 23, 2020.</p>
+
+                                                                               
                <p><time datetime="2020-05-08T12:00:00Z">(ICYMI) <a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/imv-circumventing-censorship";>Circumventing 
Internet Censorship with Tor @ Internet Measurement Village (recorded virtual 
event)</a>, June 30, 2020.</time></p>
+                                                                               
                </div>
+                                                                               
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+
+                                                                               
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+                                                                               
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+
+                                                                               
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network faster and more decentralized. <a 
href="https://blog.torproject.org/run-tor-bridges-defend-open-internet";>Run a 
bridge</a> to help censored users access Tor.</p>
+
+                                                                               
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+
+                                                                               
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+
+## Tor Browser 9.5 makes onion services easier to find and use
+https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-tor-browser-95
+
+Tor's onion routing remains the best way to achieve end-to-end anonymous 
communication on the internet. With onion services (.onion addresses), website 
administrators can provide their users with anonymous connections that are 
metadata-free or that hide metadata from any third party. Onion services are 
also one of the few censorship circumvention technologies that allow users to 
route around censorship while simultaneously protecting their privacy and 
identity.
+
+With our latest Tor Browser release, we've made onion services easier to 
discover, remember, and use. Here's what's new:
+
+### Onion Location
+
+Website publishers now can advertise their onion service to Tor users by 
adding an HTTP header. When visiting a website that has both an .onion address 
and Onion Location enabled via Tor Browser, users will be prompted about the 
onion service version of the site and will be asked to opt-in to upgrade to the 
onion service on their first use.
+
+### Onion Authentication
+
+Onion services administrators who want to add an extra layer of security to 
their website can now set a pair of keys for access control and authentication. 
Tor Browser users can save keys and manage them via about:preferences#privacy 
in the Onion Services Authentication section.
+
+### URL Bar Security Indicators
+
+Browsers traditionally rendered sites delivered via a secure transport 
protocol with a green lock icon. But in mid-2019, the formerly green lock icon 
became gray, intending to de-emphasize the default (safe) connection state and, 
instead, putting more emphasis on broken or insecure connections. We have 
updated Tor Browser security indicators to make it easier for users to 
understand when they are visiting a non-secure website.
+
+### Error Pages for Onion Services
+
+In this release, we have improved the way Tor Browser communicates with users 
about service-, client-, and network-side errors that might happen when they 
are trying to visit an onion service. Tor Browser now displays a simplified 
diagram of the connection and shows where the error occurred. We want these 
messages to be clear and informative without being overwhelming.
+Onion Names
+
+Because of cryptographic protections, onion service URLs are not easy for 
humans to remember (ie, https://torproject.org vs. 
http://expyuzz4wqqyqhjn.onion/). This makes it hard for users to discover or 
return to an onion site. For this release, we partnered with Freedom of the 
Press Foundation (FPF) and the Electronic Frontier Foundation's HTTPS 
Everywhere to develop the first proof-of-concept human-memorable names for 
SecureDrop onion services addresses.
+
+Read about all of the onion service improvements in Tor Browser 9.5: 
https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-tor-browser-95
+
+## Save Open Technology Fund, #SaveInternetFreedom
+
+https://blog.torproject.org/save-open-technology-fund
+
+The Tor Project has joined the voices around the world from the internet 
freedom community and in the U.S. Congress to express concerns about the rapid 
firing of key personnel and dissolution of the board of directors at the four 
agencies (Middle East Broadcasting, Radio Free Asia, Radio Free Europe/Radio 
Liberty, and the Open Technology Fund) under the U.S. Agency for Global Media 
(USAGM).
+
+Of most immediate concern to Tor is the future of the Open Technology Fund 
(OTF) and its crucial mission, since 2012, of providing funding for technology 
that enables free expression, helps people circumvent censorship, and obstructs 
repressive surveillance.
+
+Read our full statement and sign the open letter to Congress: 
https://blog.torproject.org/save-open-technology-fund. Help 
#SaveInternetFreedom.
+
+## Introducing PrivChat
+
+https://torproject.org/privchat
+
+PrivChat is brand-new a fundraising event series held to raise donations for 
the Tor Project. Through PrivChat, we will bring you important information 
related to what is happening in tech, human rights, and internet freedom by 
convening experts for a chat with our community.
+
+For our first ever PrivChat, we brought together Carmela Troncoso, Assistant 
Professor at EPFL (Switzerland); Daniel Kahn Gillmor, Senior Staff Technologist 
for ACLU’s Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project; and Matt Mitchell, hacker 
and Tech Fellow at the Ford Foundation, to chat with us about privacy in the 
context of the COVID-19 pandemic, contact tracing, privacy, and the uprising in 
the U.S. against systemic racism.
+
+If you missed the lived PrivChat, you can watch the recorded version here: 
https://youtu.be/gSyDvG4Z308. If you're interested in attended the next 
PrivChat, stay up-to-date on this page: https://torproject.org/privchat. 
+
+## The value of Tor and anonymous contributions to Wikipedia
+
+https://blog.torproject.org/the-value-of-anonymous-contributions-wikipedia
+
+According to a recently published research paper co-authored by researchers 
from Drexel, NYU, and the University of Washington, Tor users make high-quality 
contributions to Wikipedia. And, when they are blocked, as doctoral candidate 
Chau Tran, the lead author describes, "the collateral damage in the form of 
unrealized valuable contributions from anonymity seekers is invisible."
+
+By examining more than 11,000 Wikipedia edits made by Tor users able to bypass 
Wikipedia's Tor ban between 2007 and 2018, the research team found that Tor 
users made similar quality edits to those of IP editors, who are non-logged-in 
users identified by their IP addresses, and first-time editors. The paper notes 
that Tor users, on average, contributed higher-quality changes to articles than 
non-logged-in IP editors. Read more about the value of anonymous contributions 
to Wikipedia: 
https://blog.torproject.org/the-value-of-anonymous-contributions-wikipedia
+
+## GSoC and Outreachy 2020 projects
+
+We're pleased to announce that the Tor Project is hosting students this summer 
as part of Google Summer of Code and Outreachy, thanks to support from DIAL 
Open Source Center. Find out more about the students and their projects: 
https://blog.torproject.org/gsoc-outreachy-2020
+
+## New Releases
+
+* Tor 0.4.4.1-alpha
+https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-tor-0441-alpha
+This is the first alpha release in the 0.4.4.x series. It improves our guard 
selection algorithms, improves the amount of code that can be disabled when 
running without relay support, and includes small bugfixes and enhancements. 
+
+* Tor Browser 10.0a1
+https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-tor-browser-100a1
+This release updates Firefox to 68.9.0esr, and HTTPS-Everywhere to 2020.5.20. 
In addition, Snowflake is now available for testing on Android. 
+
+* BridgeDB 0.10.1
+https://blog.torproject.org/new-release-bridgedb-010-1
+This release includes improvements to BridgeDB's email autoresponder, changes 
to the distribution mechanism, improvements to the UI, and a "howto" box that 
explains how people add bridges to Tor Browser. 
+
+## What We're Reading 
+
+* "How Surveillance Has Always Reinforced Racism," WIRED.
+https://www.wired.com/story/how-surveillance-reinforced-racism/
+
+* "Tactics to secure your smartphone before joining a protest," Amnesty 
International.
+https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/campaigns/2020/06/tactics-to-secure-phone-before-a-protest/
+
+* "Zoom admits to shutting down activist accounts at the request of the 
Chinese government," Tech Crunch.
+https://www.techcrunch.com/2020/06/11/zoom-admits-to-shutting-down-activist-accounts-at-the-request-of-the-chinese-government/
+
+* "Google Sued for $5 Billion for Tracking Users, Even Those Using 'Incognito' 
Mode," VICE.
+https://www.techcrunch.com/2020/06/11/zoom-admits-to-shutting-down-activist-accounts-at-the-request-of-the-chinese-government/
+
+## Events with Tor
+
+* (ICYMI) Tor Browser 9.5 Release | Onion-Location and new features (recorded 
virtual event), June 5, 2020.
+https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arjXJ2NY--E
+
+* (ICYMI) PrivChat with Tor | Online Privacy in 2020: Activism & COVID-19 
(recorded virtual event), June 23, 2020.
+https://www.youtu.be/gSyDvG4Z308
+
+* (ICYMI) Circumventing Internet Censorship with Tor @ Internet Measurement 
Village (recorded virtual event), June 30, 2020.
+https://blog.torproject.org/imv-circumventing-censorship
+
+## Join Our Community
+
+Getting involved with Tor is easy. Run a relay to make the network faster and 
more decentralized:  https://community.torproject.org/relay
+
+Run a bridge to help censored users access Tor: 
https://blog.torproject.org/run-tor-bridges-defend-open-internet
+
+Learn about each of our teams and start collaborating: 
https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/WikiStart#Teams
+
+Donate to help keep Tor fast, strong, and secure. https://donate.torproject.org
+
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+
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