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Nick Mathewson 447b1c6b1d Begin an 0.2.9 branch 5 years ago
changes 301235fb2a Fold entries into changelog 5 years ago
contrib 447b1c6b1d Begin an 0.2.9 branch 5 years ago
doc 94cb8792e8 who was that previous arma, who couldn't spell iso? 5 years ago
m4 45b911b79b Add pkg.m4 to use pkgconfig macros 6 years ago
scripts 560450f2fb helper script to highlight undocumented members 5 years ago
src 447b1c6b1d Begin an 0.2.9 branch 5 years ago
.gitignore 079644b791 add libkeccak-tiny to .gitignore 5 years ago
ChangeLog 447b1c6b1d Begin an 0.2.9 branch 5 years ago 17cbc4350f Use output variables instead of relative paths. 6 years ago
INSTALL e97f78d789 Small fixes for the 2702 implementation 10 years ago
LICENSE 57699de005 Update the copyright year. 5 years ago 25fa21802f Move Automake options to 5 years ago
Makefile.nmake 8391c96091 Clean up the MVSC nmake files so they work again. 6 years ago
README c751e5af4a Move hacking documentation into a new subdirectory. 5 years ago
ReleaseNotes a1cc966685 minor changelog cleanups to help the new alpha 5 years ago
acinclude.m4 ffc25bc908 Fedora Core->Fedora; yum->dnf. 5 years ago 0e597471af Use a nicely written autoconf macro to determine the sign of a type 8 years ago 447b1c6b1d Begin an 0.2.9 branch 5 years ago


Tor protects your privacy on the internet by hiding the connection
between your Internet address and the services you use. We believe Tor
is reasonably secure, but please ensure you read the instructions and
configure it properly.

To build Tor from source:
./configure && make && make install

To build Tor from a just-cloned git repository:
sh && ./configure && make && make install

Home page:

Download new versions:

Documentation, including links to installation and setup instructions:

Making applications work with Tor:

Frequently Asked Questions:

To get started working on Tor development:
See the doc/HACKING directory.