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[liberationtech] Qt TorBrowser

Randolph D. rdohm321 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 17 02:33:14 PDT 2013


2013/3/17 Jacob Appelbaum <jacob at appelbaum.net>

>  Here's the threat model and
> design document for Tor Browser:
>
>  https://www.torproject.org/torbrowser/design/
>
>
>

Thanks Jacob, I will look at it and communicate it.


What is the list of IP addresses and port numbers in the bdboot.txt file?
>
>

That belongs to the second Addon "Interface" from http://interface.sf.net
that is the bootstrap file for it. and has nothing to do with the Tor Addon
and it not touched by it.
Could be removed with the other plugin.


>
>
Actually, a few people in a room are currently looking at the software
> in detail right now.



ok, thanks, maybe there is not only criticism, but advantages as well to
establish an alternative.
Well, as far as I know the plugin is done and the browser can evolve still,
but as many Tor people say, they are not browser specialists, but this
might as well the problem for Firefox, as you read about cookie and third
party frames problems as well, which are in this current implementation are
not given.

Ok, all the best, sorry for my english.
anyway, if anyone wants to further develop or send patches, i guess the
project can be opended to new developers.
Maybe a lunix version is possible.

Regards and never mind.
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