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issue commentghacksuserjs/ghacks-user.js

clean up / enhance: 0707: DoH

I'd say from version 62.

DoH support has been added to Firefox 62 to improve the way Firefox interacts with DNS.

https://blog.nightly.mozilla.org/2018/06/01/improving-dns-privacy-in-firefox/

Thorin-Oakenpants

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issue commentprivacytoolsIO/privacytools.io

Website Issue | fourteen-eyes.html could be revamped

Sorry... Forget this and look at #1387 instead.

Atavic

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issue openedprivacytoolsIO/privacytools.io

Website Issue | fourteen-eyes.html could be revamped

Electrospaces blog has good info on UKUSA, 5-Eyes etc.

There's a page about fourteen-eyes that could be revamped with the info provided.

I got it from Cryptome.

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issue closedprivacytoolsIO/privacytools.io

Website Issue | fourteen-eyes.html could be revamped

Electrospaces blog has good info on https://electrospaces.blogspot.com/search?q=ukusa, https://electrospaces.blogspot.com/2019/09/from-9-eyes-to-14-eyes-afghanistan.html etc.

There's a [https://github.com/privacytoolsIO/privacytools.io/blob/48fd518cb781944bb1472bdc13daf14f88d94423/_includes/sections/fourteen-eyes.html](page about fourteen-eyes) that could be revamped with the info provided.

I got it from https://cryptome.org/.

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Atavic

issue openedprivacytoolsIO/privacytools.io

Website Issue | fourteen-eyes.html could be revamped

Electrospaces blog has good info on https://electrospaces.blogspot.com/search?q=ukusa, https://electrospaces.blogspot.com/2019/09/from-9-eyes-to-14-eyes-afghanistan.html etc.

There's a [https://github.com/privacytoolsIO/privacytools.io/blob/48fd518cb781944bb1472bdc13daf14f88d94423/_includes/sections/fourteen-eyes.html](page about fourteen-eyes) that could be revamped with the info provided.

I got it from https://cryptome.org/.

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issue commentpyllyukko/user.js

404: Intermediate CA fingerprinting test

#219 has some info. PoC was removed in 2017.

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issue commentprivacytoolsIO/privacytools.io

✨ Feature Suggestion | Documents for the "real" world

Great idea! Let's say I'm on privacytools site and a friend asks me what does the site do? I could tell him to download a pdf file that works as an intro, just a few pages with cold facts about:

  • the centralization of the net
  • the commercial use of big data
  • Proprietary Software vs Open Source
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issue commentpyllyukko/user.js

user agent - platform

Javascript can look at your browser's contradictions and take it out of the bunker. I'd keep resistefingerprinting on.

ubone

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issue commentpyllyukko/user.js

Fingerprinting

Panopticlick looks at your browser's values against a database hosted by panopticlick servers. This means that newer browsers versions will have quite unique results for a period of time. That test has been heavily used some years ago, so the best results can still be obtained with older firefox versions. I'd keep "privacy.resistFingerprinting" as true.

See: https://github.com/ghacksuserjs/ghacks-user.js/issues/620#issue-403016669

You should take that test with some grains of salt, as long as you're not unique, that's a plus.

fwanky

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