[Tor-BSD] equivalent of TBB for *BSD?
george at ceetonetechnology.com
Sun Sep 22 20:30:05 EDT 2013
> George Rosamond <george at ceetonetechnology.com> wrote
> Sun, 22 Sep 2013 07:38:10 -0400:
> | > Is there any Tor Browser Bundle equivalent for *BSD? In the ports of
> | > FreeBSD and OpenBSD I only see Tor clients, but not TBB (or
> | > equivalents).
> | Well, tor and tor-devel are both clients and servers. They can be used
> | with the browser (any, but preferably Firefox) or any other
> | socks-compatible TCP application. This issue came up a while back so
> | check the archives.
> The browser that comes with the Tor Browser Bundle (TBB) is a Firefox
> with changes that makes it less insecure to use from a privacy
> perspective. See https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser/design
> for information on what TBB does.
Yup. There is not only a long list of about:config edits that are done,
but also other patches.
> | It would be a nice goal to have a TBB that *just works* with the BSDs
> | and is in ports/pkgs.
Well, that should be an achievable goal by people on this list.. . I
haven't looked at it in a while, but it was more than just a question of
paths from what I remember.
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