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issue openedCybo1927/Hosts.txt

Hosts file has a Typo

At line: https://github.com/Cybo1927/Hosts.txt/blob/master/Hosts#L81

||ec2-54-243-128-120.compute-1.mazonaws.com

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issue commentpyllyukko/user.js

user agent - platform

resist fingerprinting, when active, overrides all these:

general.useragent.override general.buildID.override general.appname.override general.appversion.override general.platform.override general.oscpu.override general.useragent.locale

ubone

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issue commentprivacytoolsIO/privacytools.io

💬 Discussion | Australia data encryption law

Australia's anti-encryption laws being used to bypass journalist protections, expert says. From: theguardian

pahakalle

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startedvoid-linux/void-packages

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startedbagder/TRRprefs

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issue commentghacksuserjs/ghacks-user.js

FF60+: TRR mode (DNS over HTTPS)

#766 has these:

pref("network.trr.skip-AAAA-when-not-supported", true);
pref("network.trr.wait-for-A-and-AAAA", true);

Bugzilla

Related to #470

Thorin-Oakenpants

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issue commentpyllyukko/user.js

Nearly no firefox vpn/proxy addon is working with this user.js

Old issue #53 about this entry.

// PREF: Enforce Public Key Pinning

Denio888

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issue commentpyllyukko/user.js

Nearly no firefox vpn/proxy addon is working with this user.js

[https://github.com//issues/53#issuecomment-151080401](Old issue) about this entry.

// PREF: Enforce Public Key Pinning

Denio888

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issue commentpyllyukko/user.js

Nearly no firefox vpn/proxy addon is working with this user.js

[https://github.com/pyllyukko/user.js/issues/53#issuecomment-151080401](old issue) about this entry.

// PREF: Enforce Public Key Pinning

Denio888

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issue commentIngoZenz/personaldnsfilter

is it possible to redirect specific domains to a different IP

That's done by an http proxy.

Nirose

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issue commentprivacytoolsIO/privacytools.io

Firefox addons redundant?

If your browser is based on a previous version of Firefox, you can get a previous version of the addon that still works with FF 57.

BurungHantu1605

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startedmichaelforney/oasis

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issue commentghacksuserjs/ghacks-user.js

HTTP/3 tracking

Booklet: https://daniel.haxx.se/http3-explained/ Site: https://quicwg.org/ GH: https://github.com/quicwg

Here you can see some names of the working group: One worked for Nokia Research Center, another works at Fastly. 3rd one works at Ericsson Research.

LegitLlama

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issue commentprivacytoolsIO/privacytools.io

Add non-OPENNIC DNS resolvers?

There's a trend by some privacy aware people that goes like this: are you afraid that someone will monitor you? So, use a service from another country or a different continent to cover you up. This is a statement that's highly valued for VPN users and torrent users that get seedboxes in far-away countries. I follow this trend for my DNS and Mail. I live in central europe and both my DNS and Mail are located in eastern europe. For DNS, one could have a look at https://www.grc.com/dns/benchmark.htm if speed is a problem (but most of the time it is not).

Mikaela

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startedjotyGill/privacy-fighter

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issue commentprivacytoolsIO/privacytools.io

💬 Discussion | Firefox eSNI / DoH/TRR

A warning about default choices in Firefox is needed, maybe expanding the section under Firefox user.js Templates

Mikaela

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startedismailtasdelen/security-rss-list

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issue commentprivacytoolsIO/privacytools.io

💬 Discussion | Firefox eSNI / DoH/TRR

I'm against it and the issue for me is centralization; it is well explained here.

Mikaela

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startedWMAL/kodachi

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issue commentprivacytoolsIO/privacytools.io

🆕 Software Suggestion | Slackware / FreeNix / Other

Slackware is one of the oldest distributions in existence. Very stable.

asddsaz

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issue commentghacksuserjs/ghacks-user.js

ToDo: diffs FF67-FF68b9

pref("security.certerrors.mitm.auto_enable_enterprise_roots", true);

Bug 1547013 and 1529643

Beginning with Firefox 68, whenever a MITM error is detected, Firefox will automatically turn on the “enterprise roots” preference and retry the connection.

https://blog.mozilla.org/security/2019/07/01/fixing-antivirus-errors/

earthlng

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issue commentprivacytoolsIO/privacytools.io

💬 Discussion | Should we distinguish between clients, servers, and protocols for badges?

Nice idea, a green badge for servers and a red one for clients will make File Sharing section more clear (with only Firefox Send with a red badge). Instant Messaging section will be improved, dividing green decentralized services from red centralized services.

BearerOfHonesty

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issue commentMrAlex94/Waterfox

webRequest leak

I use privoxy for changing the UA String. I witnessed myself many bugs with internal browser solutions for changing it.

laniakea64

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issue commentghacksuserjs/ghacks-user.js

sticky: unofficial: the extension csp header modification game

Additionally I...don't think it's limited to CSP ? Shouldn't any HTTP header be affected ?

Any addon race that's conflicting on the same header's modification acts the same.

Thorin-Oakenpants

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issue commentpyllyukko/user.js

Finegerprint and cryptominer

privacy.resistFingerprinting is set as true. It comes from the tor browser project and it may cause some minor breakage: https://github.com/pyllyukko/user.js/search?q=privacy.resistFingerprinting&type=Issues

privacy.trackingprotection.fingerprinting.enabled and privacy.trackingprotection.cryptomining.enabled are subsets of the tracking protection, that's set as true here.

While the single subsets can be enabled or disbaled from the GUI, the users that have uBlock Origin addon can ignore these, as uBo gives a much better choice for blacklists.

While using mozilla blacklists, one has to trust Disconnect - that even has whitelists included - instead of picking your own blacklists in uBlock Origin.

g0rbe

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startedquindecim/fennec_user.js

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issue commentbmatzelle/gow

VirusTotal reporting malware

VT rates Gow-0.8.0.exe as harmless/undetected

Detection ratio: 0/70

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startednikitavoloboev/privacy-respecting

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startedmmatuska/mfslinux

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issue commentStevenBlack/hosts

Windows telemetry servers

Yes, FIREWALL is excluded from being monitored by windows error reporting, see: https://www.windows-security.org/8586e62112bb89e28a32ed1f535438e1/list-of-applications-to-be-excluded

DavidCWGA

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issue commentnotracking/hosts-blocklists

suspicious domain hklong.weixin.qq.com

Weixin.qq.com has 8.90M visitors and 33.3M pageviews daily.

It appears to have various APIs in its subdomains, URLVoid and other scans consider it as safe.

beenotung

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issue commentghacksuserjs/ghacks-user.js

sticky: extensions

Repo here.

Thorin-Oakenpants

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issue commentStevenBlack/hosts

Windows telemetry servers

It's Windows Error Reporting. The Windows Error Reporting Service can be disabled.

DavidCWGA

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