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Re: [tor-talk] Accepting Java
On 2011-07-12 00:09, JW wrote:
> Max wrote:
>> On 2011-07-11 18:46, JW wrote:
>>> Lalle Bralle wrote:
>>>> I'm trying to get countermail working with my TOR bundle I use on a USB
>>>> stick for added security and anomity when I feel I need it. However, I
>>>> believe Java has some security holes that's why it's not accepted. While
>>>> that's good I need TOR to accept java so I can access countermail's login
>>>> applet and considering their site's security (no IP logging, added
>>>> end-to-end encryption, OpenPGP encryption, digital certificates) along
>>>> the fact the added anomity I will receive by using a TOR bundle on my USB
>>>> stick with a portable FireFox it should not be that harmful.
>>>> Anyone that could help me?
>>> I, too have never found a recipe for success with Countermail.
>>> Indeed, the Countermail Engine requires Java in order to work.
>>> I have seen web traffic from the Countermail Team regarding
>>> Java security issues. You may want to write to them directly
>>> and ask. They will respond. They'll explain to you why they feel
>>> it's not an issue.
>>> I actually wound up accessing Countermail through Google Chrome
>>> and a Tor connection with JanusVPN. That works well, but then
>>> with Tor you run into the issue where you can login, but then you go
>>> to access your mail, or reply and you have to login again due to
>>> Tor's constantly shifting IP's. Countermail was supposed to be
>>> working on this issue,but I've yet to see a resolution.
>>> Bottom line, without Java CM won't work and with Tor it doesn't
>>> play nicely either.
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>> Ah, ok. I will contact them as I've been asking questions and they
>> respond quickly. Now it's always great with competition and other than
>> AnonymousSpeech I haven't find any other decent anonymous e-mail
>> domains. Could you or anyone as well recommend some other that works
>> well with tor? I like both, I guess AS is preferred via TOR because it
>> doesn't use Java.
> Actually, one CAN use Countermail in an email client such as Thunderbird
> , with the appropriate
> settings, and with Tor. I just set that up. No real need to access
> Countermail through
> a browser.
> tor-talk mailing list
Great, that's actually what I wanted to accomplish when I begin using
Thunderbird just a few days ago. I will try to make that work. :)
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