My mistake. I'd love to hear non-browser based solutions for privately browsing the web. Sounds like an interesting topic! Thus spake Gozu-san (gozu@xxxxxxxxxxxx): > No offense meant, Mike, but I don't trust browsers that much. I barely > even trust VirtualBox that much. > > On 20/01/12 07:27, Mike Perry wrote: > > > Thus spake grarpamp (grarpamp@xxxxxxxxx): > > > >> 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: > >> > > > > Are you trolling me? This is exactly what I've designed Tor Browser > > for, and I've stated and reiterated this fact on this list, > > tor-dev, and the blog quite a few times now. > > > > See: > > https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser/design/#privacy > > > > Is that too technical? How can I improve the design document so that > > it is more clear that it is exactly what you're looking for? > > > > > > > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > > tor-talk mailing list > > tor-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > > https://lists.torproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/tor-talk > > _______________________________________________ > tor-talk mailing list > tor-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > https://lists.torproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/tor-talk -- Mike Perry Exterminate all dogma. Permit no exceptions.
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