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256 words by gman999 written on 2016–02–16, last edit: 2017–09–03, tags: openbsd, tor-browser ⋔ Previous post: Tor Browser Ports for 5.5 Tagged ⋔ Next post: TB 5.5 and More New Snapshots
The progress we’ve made over the past five days was exhausting, yet exciting.
We are aware that TB 5.5.2 was released by the Tor Project this past Friday, a mere hour after we announced our 5.5 release. TB 5.5.2 includes some important security changes coming from the Mozilla upstream, although much can be mitigated by moving the security slider to high. And TB 5.5.1 was also released before our TB 5.5, but the changes were significant. Nevertheless, the last five days of constant hacking and testing on TB makes future releases less painful and more smooth.
Finally, for those doing TB testing, we have a brief guide to what to test in a Testing Tor Browser piece. The past week has already changed some of the steps, and we look to expand and formalize this document so it becomes a useful tool.
It’s almost a year since our first commits to GitHub, and it’s been a long and sometimes painful learning experience, but we think we’re now in a great spot.
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