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Re: [tor-talk] TBB users, please give 1 minute of your time for science
> There is always a risk of bugs and exploits in the code. Having a security
> researcher study these gives us better knowledge of the current flaws and
> how to correct them. If you truly trust the browsers current security this
> should have no downside, otherwise it is the path to improving it.
It wasn't obvious to me whether OP intends to give their analysis to the
Tor Browser devs (seems ethical) or instead keep it for proprietary
purposes (seems unethical).
Can OP clarify on this point?
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