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SelekTOR 3.13.60 For Windows Released

New release out which brings the Windows release up to parity with the Linux release and also includes the latest Tor stable 0.299. See changelog for details. Regards Alistair

SelekTOR 3.13.71 For Linux Released

Well here it is the release I have been promising for many weeks is now done. Lots of changes and fixes, a lot of fixes are for the KDE 5 desktop. Due to the number of changes I did extensive testing on a lot of distros, so the release has been tested on Linux Mint […]

SelekTOR now has a Patreon Page

Hi Folks In my ongoing but so far futile attempts at acquiring financial support in order to maintain future development of SelekTOR for Linux, I have created a Patreon account for SelekTOR. If you can help out, this is your chance to do so, I would love to save SelekTOR on Linux and continue my […]

SelekTOR News Update

I am currently working on an update 3.13.71 for SelekTOR which will have a quite a few changes. First off I will be removing the auto selection mode, as all its current functionality can be achieved using the favourites system. Secondly I’m adding an option to the Exit Country list which will allow Tor to […]

SelekTOR Debian Package Corruption

Some users have reported that the debian package is corrupted and no longer recognized as a valid Debian package. This was due to it being corrupted somehow by my download manager plugin. I have rebuilt all packages and updated the SHA’s and fixed the download corruption issue, so if you experienced being unable to install […]

SelekTOR 3.13.70 For Linux Released

Some minor bug fixes see changelog for details. GEOIP data has also been updated so you should run an Update GEOIP, remember if the download fails try it a few times or switch to a different country and try the download again, I find Finland to be very reliable. For the latest development news see […]

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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-Ships

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.