On Apr 4, 2008, at 12:10 PM, lxixnxenoise@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
I don't want to spam the list, but I think it's remarkable how you still don't acknowledge that it doesn't help to tell websites you have plugins enabled... They will for example test for JS, and if it doesn't work, they already know something. Then they'll put an applet or Flash up - that doesn't connect back - wow, they figured out you're a Tor user.
also, this will hurt the general user experience - websites that detect you don't have JS enabled might direct you to a page that doesn't use it, while what you see else is totally useless. So I don't think this would become the default, which means again you don't only stick out because you're a Tor user, but also because you use a feature few others don't use.
But I will not respond until someone else has had the chance to reply and say what they think.
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