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Re: Defeat Exit Node Sniffing?
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Chris Palmer @ 2008/03/05 17:05:
| scar writes:
|> i also learned, that by using a cookie editor, you cannot force a cookie
|> to be sent over an encrypted connection.
| Which cookie editor(s) did you try? I use Add 'n' Edit Cookies, a Firefox
| plugin. It offers a radio button to turn the Secure attribute on or
| I have not tested it to see if turning Secure on really works as it
| If you tested it and it didn't work, that would seem like a bug in Add 'n'
| Edit Cookies that the maintainer would want to know about.
Yes it was that add-on. if you check that thread i linked to in my
previous message, i posted there some experimentation and results of one
website. basically, i was not convinced that using add 'n' edit cookies
was a solution. if one website won't acknowledge my alteration of the
security attribute, i have no reason to continue. It must work all the
there was no bug in the add-on; i saw the change to the cookie take
place. it is a problem with the website/webmaster.
if you want to add to this research, that would be great.
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