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Re: [tor-talk] Web browser for Android?
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On 12/16/2013 04:09 PM, anonymous coward wrote:
> No, Orweb is nothing I would consider. Orweb cannot save bookmarks,
> does not support tabbed browsing. I think Orweb is only usable in
> emergency situation.
It is also good for searches you don't want logged, other data you
don't want cached, opening links from the web or tweets that you may
not trust... it is useful beyond emergencies.
> What else is usable and has some protection of privacy? Firefox
> mobile seem to send a unique identifier, this is a no go.
This is our current guide for configuring Firefox Mobile in the most
privacy-pro manner we can manage:
However, it is not perfect, and yes the ip-check.info site does report
that there is a unique identifier.
> Firefox is open source, why not create a privacy and TOR friendly
> fork of Firefox for Android?
The work has begun:
If we supported tabs, saved (encrypted!) boomarks and a few other
small features, would that be enough? Any other must have's from your
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