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SelekTOR 3.13-38 For Linux & Win...

Hi Folks New release of SelekTOR available, lots of internal changes and fixes on this one especially on the Windows side of things. Also Windows licences are at a new promotional price of $9.95 (normally $12.95) for the next 2 weeks. Major fixes: 1) Fix for invalid bridge entries preventing SelekTOR from starting up now […]

SelekTOR 3.13-37 For Linux & Win...

Hi Folks I know this has been the longest time between updates but to be honest I haven’t found any major bugs or had any reported so I’m cautiously taking that as a good sign or at least I will keep my fingers crossed. Its just minor stuff for both releases, see the changelog as […]

SelekTOR 3.13-36 For Linux & Win...

Hi Folks More fixes and improvements especially in regards to various Linux desktops. Linux & Windows Changelog: * Fixed focus issue preventing correct operation of Hide/Show GUI in traypopup – Fixed minimise/restore/focus issues on various desktops – Added compositor detection to compensate for issues caused by marco, compiz and kwin. – Tested against the following […]

SelekTOR 3.13-35 For Linux & Win...

Hi Folks Some changes and some fixes. Linux Changelog: * Small modification to how GUI visibility toggling is handled from the tray icon when GUI is visible but does not have focus – Remove unused class reference from BrowserFactory – Fixed issue with selected guard nodes sometimes not being properly applied whilst in manual selection […]

SelekTOR for Windows News

Hi Folks SelekTOR for Windows licenses are now slightly cheaper as the 4.5% tax has now been removed, so the price you see is now the price you pay. The tax was originally to partially offset the approx. 6% Paypal would take from every transaction. I have now decided to forego this. Regards Alistair

SelekTOR 3.13-34 for Linux and Window...

Hi Folks Some minor changes and fixes mostly to improve reliability of application version checking via tor. The biggest change as far as the Windows release goes is a switch to the same version scheme as the Linux release mostly because I was running out of letters but also it makes it easier on myself […]


Dazzle Ships in this case refers to the album released by the best band to come out of the Wirral/Liverpool, I of course refer to OMD, and not the Beatles.


Dazzle also refers to a style of camouflage used on naval vessels during WWI & II. Please note this site nor myself have any affiliation with OMD other than being one of their fan boys. This website is the direct result of Alistair Neil's warbling when he isn't being a full time dad to the cutest toddler on the planet.