Onion Browser Release 2.6 Tutorial

In this tutorial we’re going to talk about the best practices to browse the web securely on iOS using Onion Browser Release 2.6 and the Tor network. Onion Browser for iOS is a free, open-source web browser app developed originally by Mike Tigas, with Release 2.6 as a collaboration with the Guardian Project. Onion Browser has Tor built-in and uses Tor to protect your web activity. You can also watch the Onion Browser Video Tutorial on YouTube. [Read More]

Onions on Apples: A New Release of Onion Browser for iOS

During 2019, Guardian Project has been working with developer Mike Tigas to make improvements to his Tor-enabled web browser for iOS, Onion Browser. Here we re-cap the major improvements currently - and soon-to-be - available. Mike developed Onion Browser on his own, in close collaboration with the Tor Project. Though we’ve worked with Mike in the recent-past, this 2019 project – funded by the Open Technology Fund – gave us significantly more bandwidth to address the challenges of running Tor on iOS, especially alongside a full web-browsing feature set. [Read More]
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First working test of IOCipher for Obj-C

Every so often, we revisit our core libraries in the process of improving our existing apps, and creating new ones. IOCipher has become a standard part of our apps since it provides a really easy way to include encrypted file storage in Android apps. And we are now working on spreading it to iOS as well, headed up by Chris Ballinger, with the first preliminary tests of IOCipher for Obj-C. Testing and contributions are most welcome! [Read More]