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Re: Tor Browser Bundle for Mac OS X released

wow, this is good news! congradulations to all involved in this project!

Jerzy Åogiewa -- jerzyma@xxxxxxxxxx

On Sep 15, 2010, at 10:25 AM, Erinn Clark wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> Tor Browser Bundle for Mac OS X is now available for the i386 architecture in
> 11 languages. Snow Leopard users: please read about the known bugs at the
> bottom of this email.
> The Tor Browser Bundle lets you use Tor without needing to install any
> software. It can run off a USB flash drive, comes with a pre-configured web
> browser and is self-contained.
> You can download it from the Tor Browser page which also has instructions about
> how to extract and use it. https://www.torproject.org/torbrowser/
> The bundle comes with the following software:
> * Tor
> * Vidalia 0.2.10 -- cross-platform controller GUI for the Tor software
> * Polipo -- caching web proxy
> * Firefox/Namoroka 3.6.9 -- web browser
> * Torbutton 1.2.5 -- Firefox extension to enable or disable the browser's use of Tor
> * NoScript -- Firefox extension to only allow scripts from trusted sites
> * HTTPS-Everywhere 0.2.2 -- Firefox extension to provide encryption to a major number of websites
> This is a beta version which has primarily been tested on an i386 Leopard machine.
> Early testers on Snow Leopard report that Firefox does not launch the first
> time they launch the Tor Browser Bundle app. The workaround for this is
> currently to stop Tor with Vidalia and then restart it. They also say that the
> Torbutton status bar on the bottom of the Firefox window does not show up, but
> Torbutton functions properly. Please give us feedback and file bugs.
> (Reposted not-quite-verbatim from:
> https://blog.torproject.org/blog/tor-browser-bundle-mac-os-x)

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