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Re: [tor-talk] TOR Browser safety practices

On Sat, 20 Jul 2019 19:07:09 -0700
npdflr <npdflr@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

> What is the worst case that could happen if a malicious script
> (Javascript, XHR, other) or a malicious cookie runs?

afaik javascript exploits are rare and you already have noscript
enabled which makes it more unlikely, also if there exist an exploit
then why would someone use it on very small percentage of internet
users? If Tor Browser is affected then probably firefox is also
affected, they would use it on the internet and not some intranet (Tor

You are thinking too much!

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