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]
iOS  Apple  tor  iPhone 

Acrobits Groundwire – OSTN supports iPhone

The Guardian Project develops open source software primarily for the Android platform but we strive for security by design to be a part of all platforms. With OSTN, there are two major components. The the first is the server, which operates as the primary user directory and call switch. The other is the client, which is the program you interact with to send and receive calls. While the Apple App Store forbids distribution of GPL licensed software from their service, the underlying protocols used by OSTN are open, so even iPhone developers may implement them in a proprietary client application without breaking any intellectual property laws. [Read More]
iphone  ostn  sip  voip  zrtp