Anonymity, privacy, and anti-censorship software

The Tor Project is a free-software non-profit project to build an anonymity toolkit used by individuals, companies, governments, and activists around the world. The Tor network has grown since its start in 2002 to several million active users pushing over 60 Gbps of traffic. The Tor Project has a staff of 20 developers, researchers, and advocates, plus several dozen volunteers who help out on a daily basis.

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The Tor Project 2016 Projects

  • zma
    Ahmia search engine for hidden services
    Ahmia is a working search engine that indexes, searches, and catalogs content published on Tor Hidden Services. Furthermore, it is an environment to...
  • Vu Huy
    CONIKS for Tor Messenger
    This project consists of two parts: a CONIKS server for key verification and a CONIKS client which integrates with the Tor Messenger client. The...
  • Pierre Laperdrix
    Fingerprint Central
    The capabilities of browser fingerprinting as a tool to track users online has been demonstrated by Panopticlick and other research papers since...
  • amoghbl1
    Orfox, Tor browser for Android, requires a few updates that would help it move from beta to a release. I hope to achieve this this summer! Some of...
  • segfault
    Tails Server
    The Tails Server should provide a user-friendly way to start onion services that facilitate group collaboration, communication, and data sharing. See...