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Re: Firefox privacy and Tor Browser

On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 8:52 PM,  <andrew@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thanks for your thoughts. ÂWhile I'm a big fan of request policy, it
> 'breaks' the web for 95% of the users out there. ÂThe
> slightly-above-average web user still doesn't understand the web page
> they are viewing is composed of many domains all serving up different
> parts. ÂHaving watched people use request policy for the first time,
> they end up temporarily enabling everything, because the defaults are
> still shocking to them.

I agree. Although I use RequestPolicy myself, it does take a lot of
patience to get to the point of being usable.

> It is disabled, along with reported attack sites. It's disabled in
> prefs.js. ÂSee
> https://svn.torproject.org/svn/torbrowser/trunk/build-scripts/config/prefs.js

Excellent! It's very reassuring to see that Tor developers are were
already aware of these issues. Very impressive!

I look forward to testing and using Tor Browser. Thanks again.

Mansour Moufid