Tor Browser 10.5 Adds Wayland Support, Further Improves the UX for Censored Users

Linux Tux

Tor Browser 10.5 is a major update, and it’s all about improving the experience for users living in countries where their ISPs censor the internet. It helps censored users seamlessly access the open Internet by simplifying the connection flow, detecting censorship, and providing bridges.

Starting with this release, Snowflake, the system that defeats internet censorship, is now available as a bridge. What this means for censored users is that they can now use Snowflake as a pluggable transport, relying on proxies run by volunteers to connect to the open internet.

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