Torora is a lightweight cross-platform browser for dedicated anonymous browsing with Tor®.
Torora's specification, roadmap and requirements documents are available here. These documents, and the approach used by Torora in general, are guided by Mike Perry's work on the firefox plug-in torbutton.
Torora is still in development, so is not safe for use where assured anonymity is required. Although a working copy of Torora can be built, and is available for evaluation, you should not rely on Torora to behave as anything other than proof-of-concept software.
Torora is not affiliated with or endorsed by the Tor® project. This product is produced independently from the Tor® anonymity software and carries no guarantee from The Tor Project about quality, suitability or anything else.
Torora is a fork/clone of the Arora browser.
Here are some screenshots.
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