The HTML5 test score is an indication of how well your browser supports the HTML5 standard and related specifications. Find out which parts of HTML5 are supported by your browser today and compare the results with other browsers.

The HTML5 test does not try to test all of the new features offered by HTML5, nor does it try to test the functionality of each feature it does detect. Despite these shortcomings we hope that by quantifying the level of support users and web developers will get an idea of how hard the browser manufacturers work on improving their browsers and the web as a development platform.

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Type “about:config” into your address bar and press enter. Click “Accept the Risk and Continue” — this warning is only there to let you know you’re about to access advanced settings for your browser (there is no risk). In the search bar, type “media.peerconnection.enabled”. Toggle the setting to “false”. In the top right corner of the Tor browser, click the three-line menu icon and select New Tor Circuit for this Site. The privacy-focused Brave browser also has an option to route traffic through. Tor detector detects if your connection is from a Tor server, and tells you which one. What is my IP address? Other interesting sites that show how vulnerable you may be include the following. Use this tool to perform a tor detection test on any IP address. This check will detect Tor Nodes and Tor Exits or any IP addresses that recently allowed Tor activity. Search IP addresses against the entire Tor network. Tor detection data is powered by IPQS proxy detection service. Download Tor Browser for free. Browser for using Tor on Windows, Mac OS X or Linux. Tor Browser enables you to use Tor on Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux without needing to install any software. Tor is a software that bounces your communications around a distributed network of relays run by volunteers.

The score is calculated by testing for the many new features of HTML5. Each feature is worth one or more points. Apart from the main HTML5 specification and other specifications created the W3C HTML Working Group or WHATWG, this test also awards points for supporting related drafts and specifications.

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Digital signature is a process ensuring that a certain package was generated by its developers and has not been tampered with.Below we explain why it is important and how to verify that the Tor Browser you download is the one we have created and has not been modified by some attacker.

Each file on our download page is accompanied by a file labelled 'signature' with the same name as the package and the extension '.asc'. These .asc files are OpenPGP signatures.They allow you to verify the file you've downloaded is exactly the one that we intended you to get.This will vary by web browser, but generally you can download this file by right-clicking the 'signature' link and selecting the 'save file as' option.

For example, torbrowser-install-win64-9.0_en-US.exe is accompanied by torbrowser-install-win64-9.0_en-US.exe.asc.These are example file names and will not exactly match the file names that you download.

We now show how you can verify the downloaded file's digital signature on different operating systems.Please notice that a signature is dated the moment the package has been signed.Therefore every time a new file is uploaded a new signature is generated with a different date.As long as you have verified the signature you should not worry that the reported date may vary.

Installing GnuPG

First of all you need to have GnuPG installed before you can verify signatures.

For Windows users:

If you run Windows, download Gpg4win and run its installer.

In order to verify the signature you will need to type a few commands in windows command-line, cmd.exe.

For macOS users:

If you are using macOS, you can install GPGTools.

In order to verify the signature you will need to type a few commands in the Terminal (under 'Applications').

For GNU/Linux users:

If you are using GNU/Linux, then you probably already have GnuPG in your system, as most GNU/Linux distributions come with it preinstalled.

In order to verify the signature you will need to type a few commands in a terminal window. How to do this will vary depending on your distribution.

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Fetching the Tor Developers key

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The Tor Browser team signs Tor Browser releases.Import the Tor Browser Developers signing key (0xEF6E286DDA85EA2A4BA7DE684E2C6E8793298290):

This should show you something like:

If you get an error message, something has gone wrong and you cannot continue until you've figured out why this didn't work. You might be able to import the key using the Workaround (using a public key) section instead.

After importing the key, you can save it to a file (identifying it by its fingerprint here):

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This command results in the key being saved to a file found at the path ./tor.keyring, i.e. in the current directory. If ./tor.keyring doesn't exist after running this command, something has gone wrong and you cannot continue until you've figured out why this didn't work.

Verifying the signature

To verify the signature of the package you downloaded, you will need to download the corresponding '.asc' signature file as well as the installer file itself, and verify it with a command that asks GnuPG to verify the file that you downloaded.

The examples below assume that you downloaded these two files to your 'Downloads' folder.Note that these commands use example file names and yours will be different: you will have downloaded a different version than 9.0 and you may not have chosen the English (en-US) version.

For Windows users:

For macOS users:

For GNU/Linux users (change 64 to 32 if you have the 32-bit package):

The result of the command should produce something like this:

If you get error messages containing 'No such file or directory', either something went wrong with one of the previous steps, or you forgot that these commands use example file names and yours will be a little different.

Workaround (using a public key)

If you encounter errors you cannot fix, feel free to download and use this public key instead. Alternatively, you may use the following command:

Test Tor Browser Download

Tor Browser Developers key is also available on keys.openpgp.org and can be downloaded from https://keys.openpgp.org/vks/v1/by-fingerprint/EF6E286DDA85EA2A4BA7DE684E2C6E8793298290.If you're using MacOS or GNU/Linux, the key can also be fetched by running the following command:
$ gpg --keyserver keys.openpgp.org --search-keys [email protected]

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You may also want to learn more about GnuPG.

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