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  • Your personal data is not sold
  • An anonymous payment method is offered
  • You can access most of the pages on the service's website without revealing any personal information




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Recent Commits

  • Micah Anderson (05 Mar 24)

    Replace code and update for current location of project.

  • David Goulet (19 Jun 23)

    Merge branch 'maint-0.4.7'

  • David Goulet (15 Jun 23)

    Change git.tpo URLs to gitlab.tpo Signed-off-by: David Goulet <[email protected]>

  • David Goulet (19 Jun 23)

    Use the new Stem repository on Gitlab Signed-off-by: David Goulet <[email protected]>

  • David Goulet (15 Jun 23)

    Merge branch 'tor-gitlab/mr/722'

  • David Goulet (15 Jun 23)

    Change git.tpo URLs to gitlab.tpo Signed-off-by: David Goulet <[email protected]>

  • Mike Perry (15 Jun 23)

    Changes file for Bug 40811

  • Mike Perry (15 Jun 23)

    Bug 40811: Count conflux leg launch attempts early. Also, double check that the consensus has enough overall exits before attempting conflux set launch.

  • David Goulet (14 Jun 23)

    Merge branch 'tor-gitlab/mr/721'

  • Mike Perry (13 Jun 23)

    Changes file for bug40810

  • Mike Perry (13 Jun 23)

    Bug 40810: Avoid using 0 RTT legs

  • Mike Perry (10 Jun 23)

    Bug 40810: Improve validation checks to ignore 0-RTT legs Also add calls to dump the legs of a conflux set if we have too many

  • David Goulet (13 Jun 23)

    Merge branch 'tor-gitlab/mr/715'

  • Mike Perry (09 Jun 23)

    Bug 40801: Add changes file

  • Mike Perry (09 Jun 23)

    Bug 40801: Do not change read state of marked conns

  • Mike Perry (08 Jun 23)

    Bug 40801: Send LINKED_ACK before attaching streams Otherwise, the BEGIN cell arrives at the exit before it has an RTT, and then it does not know which circuit to prefer in response.

  • Mike Perry (06 Jun 23)

    Add BUG() macro to marked edge reads This will give us a full stacktrace.

  • Mike Perry (30 Mar 23)

    Add conflux logs to diagnose cases where RTTs are absent/zero.

  • Neel Chauhan (07 Jun 23)

    Fix the spacing in the 'Your Tor identity key fingerprint is' log line'

  • Mike Perry (06 Jun 23)

    Add a conflux helper to log conflux sets.

  • Micah Elizabeth Scott (01 Jun 23)

    More fixes for compile-time warnings in equix and hashx This addresses issue #40800 and a couple other problems I noticed while trying to reproduce that one. The original issue is just a missing cast to void* on the args of __builtin___clear_cache(), and clang is picky about the implicit cast between what it considers to be char of different signedness. Original report is from MacOS but it's also reproducible on other clang targets. The cmake-based original build system for equix and hashx was a handy way to run tests, but it suffered from some warnings due to incorrect application of include_directories(). And lastly, there were some return codes from hashx_exec() that get ignored on equix when asserts are disabled. It bugged me too much to just silence this with a (void) cast, since even though this is in the realm of low-likelyhood programming errors and not true runtime errors, I don't want to make it easy for the hashx_exec() wrappers to return values that are dangerously wrong if an error is ignored. I made sure that even if asserts are disabled, we return values that will cause the solver and verifier to both fail to validate a potential solution. Signed-off-by: Micah Elizabeth Scott <[email protected]>

  • Tor CI Release (01 Jun 23)

    version: Bump version to

  • Tor CI Release (01 Jun 23)

    version: Bump version to

  • Tor CI Release (01 Jun 23)

    release: ChangeLog for

  • Tor CI Release (01 Jun 23)

    fallbackdir: Update list generated on June 01, 2023

  • Tor CI Release (01 Jun 23)

    Update geoip files to match ipfire location db, 2023/06/01.

  • David Goulet (01 Jun 23)

    scripts: Use latest geoip database instead of using location Signed-off-by: David Goulet <[email protected]>

  • David Goulet (01 Jun 23)

    test: Really fix the mem leak from prior commit Signed-off-by: David Goulet <[email protected]>

  • David Goulet (01 Jun 23)

    test: Fix a mem leak reported by Coverity Here is the report: *** CID 1531835: Resource leaks (RESOURCE_LEAK) /src/test/test_crypto_slow.c: 683 in test_crypto_equix() 677 678 /* Solve phase: Make sure the test vector matches */ 679 memset(&output, 0xa5, sizeof output); 680 equix_result result; 681 result = equix_solve(solve_ctx, challenge_literal, 682 challenge_len, &output); >>> CID 1531835: Resource leaks (RESOURCE_LEAK) >>> Variable "solve_ctx" going out of scope leaks the storage it points to. Signed-off-by: David Goulet <[email protected]>

  • David Goulet (31 May 23)

    Merge branch 'maint-0.4.7'

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Tor Docker

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The qBittorrent project aims to provide an open-source software alternative to �Torrent. qBittorrent is based on the Qt toolkit and libtorrent-rasterbar library.

DockerHub Metrics

  • Pull Count 305,323,424
  • Stars 1,373
  • Date Created 19 May 17
  • Last Updated 9 days ago

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Run Command

docker run -d \ 
  -p 6881/tcp \
  -p 6881/udp \
  -p 8080/tcp \
  -e PUID=${PUID} \
  -e PGID=${PGID} \
  -e TZ=${TZ} \
  -v undefined:/config \
  -v undefined:/downloads \

Compose File

version: 3.8
    image: linuxserver/qbittorrent:latest
      - 6881:tcp
      - 6881:udp
      - 8080:tcp
      - undefined:/config
      - undefined:/downloads
    restart: undefined

Environment Variables

  • Var Name Default
  • PUID null
  • PGID null
  • TZ null

Port List

  • 6881/tcp
  • 6881/udp
  • 8080/tcp

Volume Mounting

  • /config
  • /downloads


  • read ✅ Yes
  • write ✅ Yes
  • admin ✅ Yes

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