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<h1>Download Tor</h1>
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<h2>Want Tor to really work?</h2>
<p>...then please don't just install it and go on.  You need to change some of your habits, and reconfigure your software! Tor by itself is <em>NOT</em> all you need to maintain your anonymity. Read the <a href="#warning">full list of warnings</a>.
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<td class="nopad"><div class="title"><a name="Windows">Microsoft Windows</a></div></td>
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<td>The Tor Software for Windows comes bundled in three different ways:
<ul>
<li>The <strong>Tor Browser Bundle</strong> contains everything you need to safely browse the Internet. This package requires no installation. Just extract it and run. <a href="<page projects/torbrowser>">Learn more &raquo;</a></li>
<li>The <strong>Vidalia Bundle</strong> contains Tor, <a href="<page projects/vidalia>">Vidalia</a>, and Polipo for installation on your system.  You need to configure your applications to use Tor.</li>
<li>The <strong>Expert Package</strong> contains just Tor and nothing else.  You'll need to configure Tor and all of your applications manually.</li>
</ul>
<p>There are two versions of each package, a stable and alpha release.  Stable packages are released when we believe the features and code will not change for many months.  Alpha or unstable packages are released so you can help us test new features and bugfixes. Even though they have a higher version number than the stable versions listed above, there is a much higher chance of serious reliability and security bugs in these downloads.  Please be prepared to <a href="https://bugs.torproject.org/">report bugs</a>.</p>
<p>The current stable version of Tor for Windows is <version-win32-stable>.  The current alpha/unstable version of tor for Windows is <version-win32-alpha>.</p>
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Tor Browser Bundle version <version-torbrowserbundle>, <a href="../dist/torbrowser/tor-browser-<version-torbrowserbundle>_en-US.exe">Download</a>&nbsp;(<a href="../dist/torbrowser/tor-browser-<version-torbrowserbundle>_en-US.exe.asc">sig</a>)
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<td><span class="windows">
Tor Browser Instant Messaging Bundle version <version-torimbrowserbundle>, <a href="../dist/torbrowser/tor-im-browser-<version-torimbrowserbundle>_en-US.exe">Download</a>&nbsp;(<a href="../dist/torbrowser/tor-im-browser-<version-torimbrowserbundle>_en-US.exe.asc">sig</a>)
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Tor Browser Bundle version <version-torbrowserbundle> source code, <a href="../dist/torbrowser/tor-browser-<version-torbrowserbundle>-src.tar.gz">Download Tarball</a>&nbsp;(<a href="../dist/torbrowser/tor-browser-<version-torbrowserbundle>-src.tar.gz.asc">sig</a>)
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 Stable Vidalia Bundle works with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003 Server, <a href="<package-win32-bundle-stable>">Download Stable</a>&nbsp;(<a href="<package-win32-bundle-stable>.asc">sig</a>)
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 <tr class="gray"><td><span class="windows">Unstable Vidalia Bundles works with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003 Server, <a href="<package-win32-bundle-alpha>">Download Unstable</a>&nbsp;(<a href="<package-win32-bundle-alpha>.asc">sig</a>)</span></td>
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 <td><span class="windows">Stable Expert Bundle works with Windows 98SE, ME, Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 2003 Server, <a href="../dist/win32/tor-<version-win32-stable>-win32.exe">Download Stable</a>&nbsp;(<a href="../dist/win32/tor-<version-win32-stable>-win32.exe.asc">sig</a>)</span></td>
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 <td><span class="windows">Unstable Expert Bundle works with Windows 98SE, ME, Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 2003 Server,
<a href="../dist/win32/tor-<version-win32-alpha>-win32.exe">Download Unstable</a>&nbsp;(<a href="../dist/win32/tor-<version-win32-alpha>-win32.exe.asc">sig</a>)
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<a href="<page docs/tor-doc-windows>">Documentation for Microsoft Windows clients</a>
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<td class="nopad"><div class="title"><a name="mac">Apple OS X</a></div></td>
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<td class="intro">The Tor Software for OS X comes bundled in two different ways:  
<ul>
<li>The <strong>Tor Browser Bundle</strong> contains everything you need to safely browse the Internet. This package requires no installation. Just extract it and run. <a href="<page projects/torbrowser>">Learn more &raquo;</a></li>
<li>The <strong>Vidalia Bundle</strong> contains Tor, <a href="<page projects/vidalia>">Vidalia</a>, and Polipo for installation on your system.  You need to configure your applications to use Tor.</li>
</ul>
<p>There are two versions of each package, a stable and alpha release.  Stable packages are released when we believe the features and code will not change for many months.  Alpha or unstable packages are released so you can help us test new features and bugfixes. Even though they have a higher version number than the stable versions listed above, there is a much higher chance of serious reliability and security bugs in these downloads.  Please be prepared to <a href="https://bugs.torproject.org/">report bugs</a>.</p>
<p>The current stable version of Tor for OS X is <version-osx-x86-stable>.  The current alpha/unstable version of Tor for OS X is <version-osx-x86-alpha>.</p>
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<td><span class="mac">Tor Browser Bundle for OS X Intel (beta version), 
<a href="../dist/torbrowser/osx/TorBrowser-<version-torbrowserbundleosx>-dev-osx-i386-en-US.zip">Download</a>&nbsp;
(<a href="../dist/torbrowser/osx/TorBrowser-<version-torbrowserbundleosx>-dev-osx-i386-en-US.zip.asc">sig</a>)
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<td><span class="mac">Stable Vidalia Bundle for OS X Intel, <a href="<package-osx-x86-bundle-stable>">Download Stable</a>&nbsp;(<a href="<package-osx-x86-bundle-stable>.asc">sig</a>)</span></td>
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<td><span class="mac">Unstable Vidalia Bundle for OS X Intel, <a href="<package-osx-x86-bundle-alpha>">Download Unstable</a>&nbsp;(<a href="<package-osx-x86-bundle-alpha>.asc">sig</a>)</span></td>
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<td><span class="mac">Stable Vidalia Bundle for OS X PowerPC, <a href="<package-osx-ppc-bundle-stable>">Download Stable</a>&nbsp;(<a href="<package-osx-ppc-bundle-stable>.asc">sig</a>)</span></td>
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<td><span class="mac">Unstable Vidalia Bundle for OS X PowerPC, <a href="<package-osx-ppc-bundle-alpha>">Download Unstable</a>&nbsp;(<a href="<package-osx-ppc-bundle-alpha>.asc">sig</a>)</span></td>
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<td><a href="<page docs/tor-doc-osx>">Documentation for Apple OS X clients</a>.</td>
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<td class="intro">The Tor Software comes bundled in two different ways:  
<ul>
<li>The <strong>Tor Browser Bundle</strong> contains everything you need to safely browse the Internet. This package requires no installation. Just extract it and run. <a href="<page projects/torbrowser>">Learn more &raquo;</a></li>
<li>Read how to use <a href="<page download/download-unix>">our repositories for the Tor software.</a>.</li>
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<td><span class="linux">Tor Browser Bundle for GNU/Linux (beta version) on i686, 
<a href="../dist/torbrowser/linux/tor-browser-gnu-linux-i686-<version-torbrowserbundlelinux32>-dev-en-US.tar.gz">Download</a>&nbsp;
(<a href="../dist/torbrowser/linux/tor-browser-gnu-linux-i686-<version-torbrowserbundlelinux32>-dev-en-US.tar.gz.asc">sig</a>)</span></td>
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<td><span class="linux">Tor Browser Bundle for GNU/Linux (beta version) on x86_64,
<a href="../dist/torbrowser/linux/tor-browser-gnu-linux-x86_64-<version-torbrowserbundlelinux64>-dev-en-US.tar.gz">Download</a>&nbsp;
(<a href="../dist/torbrowser/linux/tor-browser-gnu-linux-x86_64-<version-torbrowserbundlelinux64>-dev-en-US.tar.gz.asc">sig</a>)</span></td>
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<td><span class="linux">Use <a href="<page download/download-unix>">our repositories</a> for all other Tor-related software.</span></td>
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<td colspan="2">Android-based phones, tablets, computers</td>
<td><a href="../dist/android/<version-androidbundle-tor>-orbot-<version-androidbundle-orbot>.apk">Android Bundle</a></td>
<td><a href="<page docs/android>">Android Instructions</a></td>
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<td colspan="2">iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad</td>
<td colspan="2"><span class="mac"><a href="http://sid77.slackware.it/iphone/">Test packages by Marco</a></span></td>
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<td>Nokia Maemo/N900</td>
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<td><span class="nokia"><a href="<page docs/N900>">Experimental instructions</a></span></td>
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<td colspan="2">The current stable version of Tor is <version-stable>.  Its <a
href="https://gitweb.torproject.org/tor.git/blob/release-0.2.1:/ChangeLog">release
notes</a> are available.</td>
<td colspan="2">The current unstable/alpha version of Tor is <version-alpha>.  Its
<a
href="https://gitweb.torproject.org/tor.git/blob/refs/heads/release-0.2.2:/ChangeLog">Changelog
</a> is available.</td>
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<td>Source Tarballs</td>
<td>./configure &amp;&amp; make &amp;&amp; src/or/tor</td>
<td><a href="../dist/tor-<version-stable>.tar.gz">Download Stable</a> (<a href="../dist/tor-<version-stable>.tar.gz.asc">sig</a>)</td>
<td><a href="../dist/tor-<version-alpha>.tar.gz">Download Unstable</a> (<a href="../dist/tor-<version-alpha>.tar.gz.asc">sig</a>)</td>
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<h2><a class="anchor" href="#warning">Want Tor to really work?</a></h2>
<p>...then please don't just install it and go on.  You need to change some of your habits, and reconfigure your software! Tor by itself is <em>NOT</em> all you need to maintain your anonymity. There are several major pitfalls to watch out for:
</p>

<ol>
<li>
Tor only protects Internet applications that are configured to
send their traffic through Tor &mdash; it doesn't magically anonymize
all your traffic just because you install it.  We recommend you
use <a href="http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all-older.html">Firefox</a> with the <a
href="<page torbutton/index>">Torbutton</a> extension.
</li>

<li>
Torbutton blocks browser plugins such as Java, Flash, ActiveX, RealPlayer,
Quicktime, Adobe's PDF plugin, and others: they can be manipulated
into revealing your IP address. For example, that means Youtube is
disabled. If you really need your Youtube, you can <a href="<page
torbutton/torbutton-faq>#noflash">reconfigure Torbutton</a> to allow it; but
be aware that you're opening yourself up to potential attack. Also,
extensions like Google toolbar look up more information about the
websites you type in: they may bypass Tor and/or broadcast sensitive
information. Some people prefer using two browsers (one for Tor, one
for non-Tor browsing).
</li>

<li>
Beware of cookies: if you ever browse without Tor and a site gives
you a cookie, that cookie could identify you even when you start
using Tor again. Torbutton tries to handle your cookies safely. <a
href="https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/82/">CookieCuller</a> can help
protect any cookies you do not want to lose.
</li>

<li>
Tor anonymizes the origin of your traffic, and it encrypts everything
between you and the Tor network and everything inside the Tor network,
but <a href="<wikifaq>#SoImtotallyanonymousifIuseTor">it
can't encrypt your traffic between the Tor network and its final
destination.</a> If you are communicating sensitive information, you
should use as much care as you would on the normal scary Internet &mdash;
use HTTPS or other end-to-end encryption and authentication.  <a
href="https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere">HTTPS Everywhere</a> is a
Firefox extension produced as a collaboration between The Tor Project
and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. It encrypts your communications
with a number of major websites.
</li>

<li>
While Tor blocks attackers on your local network from discovering
or influencing your destination, it opens new risks: malicious or
misconfigured Tor exit nodes can send you the wrong page, or even send
you embedded Java applets disguised as domains you trust. Be careful
opening documents or applications you download through Tor, unless you've
verified their integrity.
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<li>
Tor tries to prevent attackers from learning what destinations you connect
to. It doesn't prevent somebody watching your traffic from learning that
you're using Tor. You can mitigate (but not fully resolve) the risk
by using a <a href="<page docs/bridges>">Tor bridge relay</a> rather than
connecting directly to the public Tor network, but ultimately the best
protection here is a social approach: the more Tor users there are near
you and the more <a href="<page about/torusers>">diverse</a> their interests,
the less dangerous it will be that you are one of them.
</li>
</ol>
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<p>
Be smart and learn more. Understand what Tor does and does not offer.
This list of pitfalls isn't complete, and we need your
help <a href="<page getinvolved/volunteer>#Documentation">identifying and documenting
all the issues</a>.
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<h2>What is the (sig) link?</h2>
<p>These are GPG signatures to allow you to verify that
your downloaded file is really from The Tor Project and not
an imposter.</p>
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