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Re: [tor-talk] Mail service requires "java script enabled"
.The problem site is Yahoo.com. It wants java script to be running.
Don't know what to do.
On Tue, Jan 15, 2013, at 06:14 AM, Joe Btfsplk wrote:
> His subj. said java script, but in the message he said Java. Not many,
> if any web mails REQUIRE java. But many sites, incl. many web mails
> need js - at least to login. You might be able to get around w/o js,
> once logged in.
> There's no way around not using js, on some sites, if you want it to
> work, be able to d/l files, etc. In TBB, NoScript comes set default to
> allow js globally.
> Never say never - but I don't know that the real risk of js is leaking
> identity so much as someone running malicious code on sites you don't
> know or shouldn't trust.
> On 1/14/2013 9:52 PM, SiNA Rabbani wrote:
> > Do not use email service that requires plugins such as Java.
> > On Jan 14, 2013 7:26 PM, <andre76@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> In trying to access an email, web based, the service said that java has
> >> to be enabled.
> >> What's the best course of action here?
> >> Will enabling java create an IP leak or in some way defeat the purpose
> >> of using Tor to access the mail?
> >> Does Tor browser bundle even have the ability to use java?
> >> .
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