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On 03/17/2014 03:06 AM, Andreas Kuckartz wrote:
> Are there any news regarding Tor for FirefoxOS or an implementation in
Since FirefoxOS = Android with Gecko/HTML5 skin
we know that the Tor binary port that is part of the Orbot build process
should all but work on FirefoxOS. I have been hoping to have time to
attempt either a manual install of the binary, and a custom build of the
OS to verify this, but have not had time, or found some with the right
>From that point though, it is unclear how proxy settings (either
manually or via transproxy) would be applied to the system. From my
initial review of FirefoxOS from a user perspective, it is apparent they
have not built in even basic HTTP/SOCKS proxy settings capabilities at
the system-wide level.
Now, each Gecko/HTML5 app may be able to specify these options using the
same types of config settings available within Firefox add-on
This would be a good thing to research and confirm.
Based on his work in Tor Browser, Mike Perry has conceived of a whole
heap of problems related to privacy and anonymity based on whether apps
are treated like tabs in a single browser, or whether each app is its
own browser instance (or at least that is my poor man's interpretation).
I hope we has time to write these up publicly to get feedback from Mozilla.
language (C, C++, Java, etc) so perhaps that hurdle is not as big as it
might seme, especially if we can get Tor support on a $25 FirefoxOS phone.
That is all I have for now!
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