Vidalia is a cross-platform graphical controller for the Tor software, built using the Qt framework. Vidalia runs on most platforms supported by Qt 4.3 or later, including Microsoft Windows, Apple OS X, and Linux or other Unix variants using the X11 window system. It was originally written by Matt Edman, and is currently maintained by Tomás Touceda.
Vidalia lets you start and stop Tor, see how much bandwidth you are consuming, see how many circuits you currently have active, see where these circuits are connected on a global map, view messages from Tor about its progress and current state, and let you configure your Tor client, bridge, or relay with a simple interface. Included in Vidalia is an extensive help system which helps you understand all of the options available to you. All of these features are translated into a large number of languages.
New Release Don't wait so long before attempting to reload the router list if the ns/all command returned empty. Fixes bug 6483.Stop trying to load router information if torControl is not connected anymore. Fixes bug 6482.Save ControlPortWriteToFile with a relative path instead of an absolute one. Fixes bug 6568.Fix RouterDescriptor's bandwidth and uptime values when defined from the consensus. Fixes bug 6601.
Supported OS:WinXP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64
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