Between Christmas and New Year, there will be intensive work on an updated version of TorBox (v.0.23), which should be released during January. To be honest: no, unfortunately, v.0.23 won’t offer menu navigation via web browser – I stick with the text-based menu via SSH.
Because I’ve fixed some major bugs in TorBox v.0.22 in the meantime (especially in handling captive portals), and updated Tor to version 0.3.3.9, I’ve decided to publish a preview release of TorBox pre-v.0.23:
TorBox Image : pre-v.023 (02.12.2018)
TorBox Menu only: pre-v.023 (02.12.2018)
I’m still looking for supporters to help to improve the functionality and security of the system. If you are interested or do have any feedbacks than contact me.
Change Log v.0.22 —> pre-v.0.23 (02.12.2018)
- Update: the System is based on Raspian light with Linux Kernel 4.14.52 and Tor version 0.3.3.9 (it fits on a 4 Gb SD Card)
- Update: „arm“ is replaced by „nix“ (“nix” runs more stable than “arm”)
- Added: The possibility to update the base system in the advanced menu (at the moment only with essential functionality – more follows later).
- Added: README (now in plain text)
- Major fix: set_captive and set_interfaces —> the WLAN-WLAN function is now more reliable and the handling with captive portals better (more major changes follows with v.0.23)
- Minor fix: Typo in menu-a (entry 9)
- Minor fix: Text edited in text/wicd-text
- Tested: with Raspberry Pi 3 Model B and 3 Model B+ (max achieved throughput: 2.3 Mb/s)