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iceweasel firefox security settings

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Re: iceweasel firefox security settings

Postby thwak » Fri Sep 06, 2013 2:32 am

Yeah, prior to initially installing, I had fully read the terms.
The only part I took issue with was:
"agree that you will not, adapt, edit, change, modify, transform"
^--- haha, yeah right. Bite me!

I'm recommending Ghostery, the addon, based on its behavior.
I'm not passing judgement on Evidon, the publisher, based on "whatever else".
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Re: iceweasel firefox security settings

Postby nadir » Sun Sep 08, 2013 7:25 pm

nadir wrote:I am slightly confused why there is no "firefox security edition" out there. Or a user.js, which you can just copy and paste. This is nothing you can expect anyone to get done in a reasonable time (most things will probably make it rather worse than better, as the user makes errors in those tons of settings which make his browser pretty unique).

http://www.scmagazine.com/security-tool ... le/310019/
I didn't understand the link fully. If i understand it correct: good.
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Re: iceweasel firefox security settings

Postby nadir » Fri Sep 13, 2013 3:20 am

I found a test page and save it here:
http://browserspy.dk/
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