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Re: Firefox through Tor
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- Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 06:14:20 -0700 (PDT)
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>The I2P folks are very vocal against doing
>exactly this for .i2p addresses.
Forgive my ignorance. What is I2P?
>identifiers can be handed to the ad sites that will associate the
>torrified email account access with the non-torrified ad server
True, but I don't see how this is a result of FoxyProxy. IOW, doesn't
this problem exist when using Tor exclusively without FoxyProxy?
>Does XPCOM allow you to solve this problem somehow?
I'm not sure I fully understand the problem yet (please elaborate),
but if you're asking whether XPCOM allows one to use a proxy on/off
based on a page and all its components (images, css files, js files), the
answer is yes.