On Fri, 15 Oct 2010 21:45:32 +0200, Romain Dalmaso wrote:
> It's a no for me.
> I'm not at all against JavaScript, and it's safe to enable it in
> incognito mode (or when using a separate Firefox profile for Freenet).

Oh, right, it is also very insecure. I'm not sure what "incognito mode"
is, and believe it or not, not everyone uses Firefox or Chrome, but
won't JavaScript still leak information like a drunk widow? (Ie. your
browser, display resolution, and other potentially de-anonymizing
stuff?) Sure, FProxy will try to filter scripts, but having (ugly)
gaping holes lying around doesn't comfort me. (Although, even if
(the various?) JavaScript implementations were made more
anonymous-friendly, and even if they were made to work with less than
100% cpu, it's still just plain ugly / script-unfriendly / etc.)
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