Software update: Tor Browser 7.5.4


Version 7.5.4 of Tor Browser has been released. Tor stands for The Onion Router and is a network that can be used to surf anonymously over the internet. All user tcp traffic is routed along several Tor routers, after which it is virtually impossible for the recipient to verify who the original sender was. This information is still present within the Tor network, so that answers, of course again via the routers system, ultimately arrive at the right place. The release notes for this release are as follows:

Tor Browser 7.5.4 has been released
This release features important security updates to Firefox. It updates firefox to 52.8.0esr, HTTPS Everywhere to 2018.4.11 and NoScript to In addition, we exempt .onion domains from mixed content warnings fixed a fingerprinting issue and an issue with localized content
The full changelog since Tor Browser 7.5.3 is:

  • Update Firefox to 52.8.0esr
  • Update HTTPS Everywhere to 2018.4.11
  • Update NoScript to
  • Bug 23439 : Exempt .onion domains from mixed content warnings [19659005] Bug 22614 : Make e10s / non-e10s Tor Browsers indistinguishable
  • Bug 22659 : Changes to `intl.accept.languages` get overwritten after restart
  • Bug 25973 : Backport off-one-fix (bug 1352073)
  • Bug 25020 : Add a tbb_version.json file



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