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Re: [tor-talk] A secure browsing model?
If it really matters that they not be aware of each other, I recommend
accessing each one in a separate VM. But that will seriously eat up
resources. Unless you're using Tor, you'll also want to use VPN
services so VMs don't share the same IP address.
On 20/01/12 05:32, grarpamp wrote:
> There is a need to be logged into multiple popular sites at the same
> time (facebook, google, yahoo, twitter, etc). These sites tend to
> have all sorts of cross links between them (image embeds, cookies,
> etc) that I don't want. I want none of them to be aware of the other.
> So I can't just open up a browser and tab them all out.
> Two options seem to fit:
> 1 - Create separate Firefox profiles for each, start them all up.
> This eats a ton of cpu/ram as it has to be one process per login.
> And it runs out of desktop space too.
> 2 - Find a browser that firewalls the tabs from each other (SSL
> session keys, cookies, DOM, scripting, data, metadata, etc)...
> everything compartmented within its own tab.
> AFAIK, firefox is not capable of this, at all.
> I read Google Chrome treats tabs as processes, but I don't know if
> their isolation is considered safe? ie: On the same guaranteed par
> as Firefox profiles seem to be.
> For that matter, I don't know how good Firefox profiles are. But
> so far it seems clean. But XUL, XPC?
> Any thoughts on Chrome or a better model than  above.
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