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Re: Testing Tor Browser Bundle 1.2.7-dev

Hey Andrew,

I noticed that in Vidalia, when I click on a circuit only the last router in the circuit is displayed in the pan on the right.  Should this show all three routers information?
Torbutton did a fine job of blocking the tests at deanonymizer.com.  Other than the Vidalia issue, looks good to me.

- Kyle

On Sat, Aug 15, 2009 at 8:45 PM, Andrew Lewman <andrew@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I've updated the Tor Browser Bundle with torbutton 1.2.2, the new
Vidalia 0.2.2, and openssl 0.9.8k compiled with Microsoft Visual C to
handle ssl compatibility issues with various versions of Windows.

If this works, it will be the new Tor Browser Bundle 1.2.8. Please test

The Tor Browser Bundle is:
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The Tor IM Browser Bundle is:
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The full list of changes:

   * update Torbutton to 1.2.2
   * update Vidalia to 0.2.2
   * compile OpenSSL 0.9.8k with Visual C to make dlls

There is an issue for some people using a clean Windows XP, Vista, 7
which would either require we ship the Visual C redistributable package,
or compile OpenSSL ourselves with Visual C. The symptoms were the "find
bridges now" button didn't appear in Vidalia 0.2.x, and the relays would
never get flags. A few people posted comments to this blog about lacking
flags and geoip information with TBB.

This is now fixed (at least it works on a freshly installed and patched
WinXP system).

Andrew Lewman
The Tor Project
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