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Tor 0.1.2.7-alpha is out

This is the seventh development snapshot for the 0.1.2.x series. It makes

rate limiting much more comfortable for servers, along with a huge pile of other bugfixes.

Tor allows you to browse the Internet without being subject to Traffic analysis.

It is a essential security tool for corporations, governments and private citizens.

The new alpha has major bigfixes for Windows users, better rate limiting for those who choose to help the Tor-network by running a server, fixes memory leaks and overall has many improvements under the hood.

It is worth upgrading if you are using a alpha version, and it is also worth trying if you are using the latest stable version.


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