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update the download warning text to point at tor browser, according to ticket 4224.

Andrew Lewman authored on13/10/2011 02:17:55
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-Tor only protects Internet applications that are configured to
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-send their traffic through Tor &mdash; it doesn't magically anonymize
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-all your traffic just because you install it.  We recommend you
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-use <a href="http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all-older.html">Firefox</a> with the <a
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-href="<page torbutton/index>">Torbutton</a> extension.
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+Tor only protects Internet applications that are configured to send
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+their traffic through Tor &mdash; it doesn't magically anonymize all
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+your traffic just because you install it.  We recommend you use the
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+<a href="<page projects/torbrowser>">Tor Browser Bundle</a>. It is
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+pre-configured to protect your privacy and anonymity on the web.
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-Torbutton blocks browser plugins such as Java, Flash, ActiveX, RealPlayer,
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-Quicktime, Adobe's PDF plugin, and others: they can be manipulated
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-into revealing your IP address. For example, that means Youtube is
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-disabled. If you really need your Youtube, you can <a href="<page
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-torbutton/torbutton-faq>#noflash">reconfigure Torbutton</a> to allow it; but
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-be aware that you're opening yourself up to potential attack. Also,
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-extensions like Google toolbar look up more information about the
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-websites you type in: they may bypass Tor and/or broadcast sensitive
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-information. Some people prefer using two browsers (one for Tor, one
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-for non-Tor browsing).
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+Tor Browser and Torbutton block browser plugins such as Java, Flash,
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+ActiveX, RealPlayer, Quicktime, Adobe's PDF plugin, and others: they
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+can be manipulated into revealing your IP address. For example, that
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+means Youtube is disabled. If you really need your Youtube, you can <a
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+href="<page torbutton/torbutton-faq>#noflash">reconfigure Torbutton</a>
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+to allow it; but be aware that you're opening yourself up to potential
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+attack. Also, extensions like Google toolbar look up more information
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+about the websites you type in: they may bypass Tor and/or broadcast
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+sensitive information. Some people prefer using two browsers (one for Tor,
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+one for non-Tor browsing).
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-Tor only protects Internet applications that are configured to
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-send their traffic through Tor &mdash; it doesn't magically anonymize
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-all your traffic just because you install it.  We recommend you
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-use <a href="http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all-older.html">Firefox</a> with the <a
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-href="<page torbutton/index>">Torbutton</a> extension.
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+Tor only protects Internet applications that are configured to send
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+their traffic through Tor &mdash; it doesn't magically anonymize all
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+your traffic just because you install it.  We recommend you use the
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+<a href="<page projects/torbrowser>">Tor Browser Bundle</a>. It is
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+pre-configured to protect your privacy and anonymity on the web.
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-Torbutton blocks browser plugins such as Java, Flash, ActiveX, RealPlayer,
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-Quicktime, Adobe's PDF plugin, and others: they can be manipulated
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-into revealing your IP address. For example, that means Youtube is
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-disabled. If you really need your Youtube, you can <a href="<page
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-torbutton/torbutton-faq>#noflash">reconfigure Torbutton</a> to allow it; but
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-be aware that you're opening yourself up to potential attack. Also,
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-extensions like Google toolbar look up more information about the
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-websites you type in: they may bypass Tor and/or broadcast sensitive
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-information. Some people prefer using two browsers (one for Tor, one
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-for non-Tor browsing).
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+Tor Browser and Torbutton block browser plugins such as Java, Flash,
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+ActiveX, RealPlayer, Quicktime, Adobe's PDF plugin, and others: they
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+can be manipulated into revealing your IP address. For example, that
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+means Youtube is disabled. If you really need your Youtube, you can <a
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+href="<page torbutton/torbutton-faq>#noflash">reconfigure Torbutton</a>
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+to allow it; but be aware that you're opening yourself up to potential
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+attack. Also, extensions like Google toolbar look up more information
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+about the websites you type in: they may bypass Tor and/or broadcast
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+sensitive information. Some people prefer using two browsers (one for Tor,
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+one for non-Tor browsing).
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