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On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 09:54:59AM -0400, Praedor Atrebates wrote:
> No need to go extreme and lose most functionality by going 10000% free/open software.
The issue is security only. Some features are intrinsically exploitable, and
it matters little how it's implemented.
> You simply lose a lot of nice, desireable web functionality if you do. At the end
When I use Tor, I have all shields up anyway. I don't want any "nice, desireable
web functionality" swiss cheese, thank you very much. When I see web designers
to make the final decision whether I trust them enough to let them run
their code on my system.
> of the above article is a quick write about Gnash, the open/free flashplayer (though
> lacking a lot of functionality/compatibility) and how it handles flash cookies.
I think if you use flash with Tor you should be using a hardened virtual appliance.
Preferrably, reverting to a clean snapshot thereof when you're done.
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