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Re: [tor-talk] TB-1.4.2

On 09.09.2011 10:36, Roger Dingledine wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 09, 2011 at 07:41:28AM +0000, Orionjur Tor-admin wrote:
>> I have install the TB-1.4.2 on my Iceweasel 3.5.16 working under Debian
>> Squeeze AMD64.
> You should realize that using Torbutton on your own browser is a dying
> concept:
> https://blog.torproject.org/blog/toggle-or-not-toggle-end-torbutton

As I remember when the discussing that issue was expressed the opinion
that in the Debian's Iceweales (as an old version of FF) it was not
needing urgently to migrate to the Tor Browser Bundles.
> There aren't that many known bugs now in using Torbutton this way,
> but in a few months there may well be known serious bugs that we have
> chosen not to fix.
So, it was wrong and it needs to migrate.
When the Tor team you intend to release a deb-packet for the TBB?

>> I can see new option "New Identity" in that version of TB, but it is
>> disables.
>> What is that option and why it disabled?
> http://archives.seul.org/tor/talk/Aug-2011/msg00241.html
> "However, the New Identity button and the Hotmail fix are only
> available to Tor Browser Bundle users."
>> Furtherinmore, there are no option "reffer spoof" in the TB-1.4.2; why?
> The changelog of Torbutton 1.4.1 includes
>   * bug 3809: Disable referer spoofing (fixes navigation issues)
> https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/3809
> --Roger
What means the next: "Referer spoofing breaks browser navigation due to
an interaction with our content policy"? And why Mike think that the
referrer blocking feature is not very useful?
It seems to me that it - if that works without another problem - could
increase anonimity, am I wrong?

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