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Re: [tor-talk] HTML5 video and Tor anonymity.
Thanks Lodewijk. Do you know how to sandbox and make it work reliably?
On Fri, May 17, 2013 at 8:22 PM, Lodewijk andré de la porte <l@xxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> 2013/5/17 Griffin Boyce <griffinboyce@xxxxxxxxx>
> > Flash isn't even as useful as current alternatives (webm <video>).
> > You could make the case that Flash allows for amazing video games, but
> > that seems like the perfect use-case for high-throughput/low-lag VPNs.
> I don't want to extend a discussion about Flash too much. But with WebGL
> HTML5 is up and beyond Flash in terms of potential for games.
> There will always remain Flash dependent webpages. And I'm talking about
> those build-completely-in-flash websites. I've even experienced a ton of
> Korean websites that require you to install COM objects, activate ActiveX
> in IE, require you to install some file from a .exe, or all of the above.
> Just forget about it, it's not worth the effort. Users should complain and
> reject too non-standard webpages so much that they'll stop being developed,
> that's the only way to really fix this.
> The easiest way now would be sandboxing and manually approving every
> network request. The other ways are experimental, circumstantial and
> exceedingly hard to program.
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