joel04g_t535e@xxxxxxxxxxx: > Tor browser has good defense against many tracking techniques, however, > internet users may want a way to browse the web without anonymity but with > some of the great features Tor browser provides. (Security Level, > Noscript, Isolate trackers, Anti Fingerprinting, etc) > > Some reasons users may want a browser like this include: > > ~Accessing websites that don't like Tor users > > ~Streaming without latency > > ~Doing online banking (Tor could create suspicion of a possible hack > attempt and block or hassle users) > > ~An easy and hassle free browser for users who really don't like latency > or with bad internet > > I believe a stand-alone browser with onion routing removed but based on > the same code Tor browser uses could be useful to many internet users. I'd > love to hear everyone's thoughts on this! My understanding is that this already exists; it's called SecBrowser and it's part of Kicksecure. Based on briefly glancing at the source code, I *think* it's basically a clever wrapper script that uses a bunch of environment variables to customize the official Tor Browser binaries' behavior. More info here: http://www.dds6qkxpwdeubwucdiaord2xgbbeyds25rbsgr73tbfpqpt4a6vjwsyd.onion/wiki/SecBrowser The usual warnings about "this isn't endorsed by The Tor Project" apply. Cheers, -- -Jeremy Rand Lead Application Engineer at Namecoin Mobile email: jeremyrandmobile@xxxxxxxxxx Mobile OpenPGP: 2158 0643 C13B B40F B0FD 5854 B007 A32D AB44 3D9C Send non-security-critical things to my Mobile with OpenPGP. Please don't send me unencrypted messages. My business email jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxx is having technical issues at the moment.
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