Software update: Tor Browser 8.0.5




Version 8.0.5 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 find out who the original sender was. This information is still present within the Tor network, so that answers, of course again via the routers system, finally arrive at the right place. The release notes for this issue are as follows:

New Release Tor Browser 8.0.5
This new release updates Firefox to 60.5.0 and Tor to the first stable release in the 0.3.5 series, . It contains a number of backports from the alpha series, most notably the proper first-party isolation or range of requests when loading PDF documents.

We also updated NoScript and HTTPS Everywhere and our donation campaign related code.

The full changelog since Tor Browser 8.0.4 is:

Update Firefox to 60.5.0esr
Update Tor to
Update Torbutton to 2.0.10
Bug 29035 : Clean up our donation campaign and add newsletter sign-up link
Bug 27175 : Add pref to allow users to persist custom noscript settings
Update HTTPS Everywhere to 2019.1.7
Update NoScript to 10.2.1
Bug 28873 : Cascading of permissions has been broken
Bug 28720 : Some videos are blocked outright on higher security levels
Bug 26540 : Enabling pdfjs disableRange option prevents pdfs from loading
Bug 28740 : Adapt Windows navigator.platform value on 64-bit systems
Bug 28695 : Set default security.pki.name_matching_mode to enforce (3)
Tor Browser 6.0 screenshot (620 pix)

Version number 8.0.5
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Linux, macOS, Windows 8, Windows 10
The Tor Project
File size 53.50MB
License type GPL


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