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Re: Uzbl browser

On Tue, 2009-07-21 at 10:55 +0200, Marco Bonetti wrote:
> Uzbl looks like a nice browser but I don't think it will be good for Tor
> usage: anonymous surfing is not just a matter of enabling a proxy setting.
> The user has to secure the code which arrives to his browser, either
> turning javascript completely off or using TorButton "selective killing",
> then he has to look for those html tags which could do nasty things like
> opening side channels and when he thinks it's all over he should start
> looking at which informations he send to the web server, in order to blend
> in the crowd, either stripping them off or changing his settings
> accordingly (like the user agent or the program's window size).

What's this about "selective killing?" I don't find any mention of it in
the TorButton preferences, or on google for that matter.