On Wed, 2011-06-01 at 21:35 -0600, Jim wrote: > > andrew@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: > > On Wed, Jun 01, 2011 at 05:31:41AM +0000, kraktus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote 1.9K bytes in 45 lines about: > > : A few weeks ago, there was one that tried to give me a .bin file > > : whenever I tried to visit a non-SSL website, but I haven't had a > > : problem like that since. I always rejected the .bin file. > > > > I don't think this is a malicious relay, as I get these from time to > > time as well. It only happens with firefox and only when going through > > really busy exit relays. I think it's firefox misinterpreting a partial > > stream of data as a binary file. > > I sometimes get a dialog "Firefox does not know how to handle a .php > file ... what do you want to do" (loose paraphrase). I have always > scratched my head, killed the dialog and reloaded the page. It usually > works on the second try; sometimes it takes several tries. Do you > think this could be the same thing? It had never occurred to me this > could be related to Tor. > > Jim IIRC I've gotten that without using Tor.
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