Projects / Ozirion


Ozirion is an experimental Web browser allowing people and groups to improve their privacy on the Internet by hiding their IP address through a network of virtual tunnels. The current release of Ozirion relies on the Tor technology. It includes a built-in Tor server and provides the ability to choose or ban countries in order to use an IP address from a specific country. The Privoxy local proxy is used for better privacy. Ozirion is totally independent from the Tor and Privoxy projects.

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Recent releases

  •  06 Oct 2009 18:53

    Release Notes: This is the first release under the Ozirion identity. It includes an Italian translation and some minor cosmetic changes.

    •  24 Sep 2009 22:50

      Release Notes: The cross platform Qt4 code should now compile under Win32 without major difficulties. Please note that specific Win32 Qt4 DLLs are expected to be found in the same directory as the TorNavigator executable. Tor 2.1.19 and Privoxy are included and are directly configured by TorNavigator, so it is no longer necessary to install them separately.

      •  28 Aug 2009 13:10

        Release Notes: For the browser, this release adds an extended message log dialog and an improved settings dialog. For Tor, it adds Tor server functionality, a "change identity" button, a "banned and preferred countries" option, and a new dialog displaying the Tor network status (a list of all public Tor routers by name and country, the number of routers by country, a detailed description of circuits, and a Vidalia-like map). Partial German and French translations have been added.

        •  14 Jun 2009 13:07

          Release Notes: Basic functionalities and TOR navigation are implemented. Source code and an executable file are included.


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