Support


Relay Operator Relays are the backbone of the Tor network! This category is for support and questions about running Tor relays (exit, non-exit, bridge). To learn more about the types of relays in the Tor Network, how to setup a relay and other resources please refer to our Community Portal. We also maintain a set of FAQs in the Support Portal. Core Tor This is a support category for Core Tor (sometimes also called as little-t-tor). Issues and bug reports are tracked in our Bug Tracker. Tor Browser for Android This is a support channel for Tor Browser for Android. Tor Browser for Android is the only official mobile browser supported and developed by the Tor Project. You can download Tor Browser for Android from our website, Google Play Store and F-Droid. Before posting a query kindly take a look at the list of Known Issues and FAQs! Tor Browser Desktop This is a support channel for Tor Browser on Desktop. Tor Browser uses the Tor network to protect your privacy and anonymity. In addition, it is designed to prevent websites from “fingerprinting” or identifying you based on your browser configuration and, by default, does not keep any browsing history. Cookies are only valid for a single session. You can download Tor Browser for Windows, macOS and GNU/Linux from our website. Tor Browser is also available in multiple languages and as 32-bit binaries! For a comprehensive overview, please refer to the Tor Browser User Manual and list of FAQs in the Support Portal. Onion Services This is a support category for Onion Services. Onion services are services that can only be accessed over Tor. Running an onion service gives your users all the security of HTTPS with the added privacy benefits of Tor Browser. Read more on how do Onion Services work and what are it’s benefits, how to setup a onion service and some more documentation in the Tor Browser User Manual. We also maintain a list of FAQs regarding Onion Services in the Support Portal. Take a look at this list of featured .onion sites. Note: v2 onion services have been deprecated. Censorship Circumvention This category is for discussion on Censorship Circumvention. Direct access to the Tor network may sometimes be blocked by your Internet Service Provider or by a government. Tor Browser includes some circumvention tools for getting around these blocks. These tools are called pluggable transports which are namely obfs4, meek and Snowflake. More information about the pluggable transports can be found in the Tor Browser User Manual. Also take a look at the FAQ in the Support Portal.
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