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fix links to design html since mikeperry does something crazy like parse semi-html with xslt transformer.

Andrew Lewman authored on 11/10/2010 19:04:01
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     - Hrmm.. proxy bypass ability?
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 - Test results. Used Incognito Mode with the test suites from:
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-  https://www.torproject.org/torbutton/design/#SingleStateTesting
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+  https://www.torproject.org/torbutton/design/index.html.en#SingleStateTesting
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   - Decloak.net:
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     - Recovers IP and DNS via Java
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     - Recovers IP via flash
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       onclick="return install(event);">install from this website</a> or 
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     <a href="https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/downloads/latest/2275/addon-2275-latest.xpi?src=addondetail">install from Mozilla's Add-On site</a><br/>
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     <strong>Past Releases:</strong> <a href="releases/">Local</a><br/>
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-    <strong>Developer Documentation:</strong> <a href="design/">Torbutton Design Document</a> and <a href="design/MozillaBrownBag.pdf">Slides (Not actively updated)</a><br/>
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-    <strong>Extras:</strong> 
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+    <strong>Developer Documentation:</strong> <a href="design/index.html.en>">Torbutton Design Document</a> and <a href="design/MozillaBrownBag.pdf">Slides (Not actively updated)</a><br/>
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+
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+   <strong>Extras:</strong> 
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     Google search plugins for
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     <b>Simply do not use Tor</b> and you will have the same (and in some cases,
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     better) security.  For more information on the types of attacks you are exposed
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     to with a "homegrown" solution, please see <a
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-    href="design/index.html#adversary">The Torbutton
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+    href="design/index.html.en#adversary">The Torbutton
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     Adversary Model</a>, in particular the <a
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-    href="design/index.html#attacks">Adversary
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+    href="design/index.html.en#attacks">Adversary
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     Capabilities - Attacks</a> subsection. If there are any specific Torbutton
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     behaviors that you do not like, please file a bug on <a
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     href="https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/report/14">the
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     href="http://www.metasploit.com/research/projects/decloak/">plugin leakage</a>
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     and <a href="http://ha.ckers.org/weird/CSS-history.cgi">history
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     disclosure</a>, followed closely by cookie theft by exit nodes and tracking by
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-    adservers (see the <a href="design/index.html#adversary">Torbutton Adversary
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+    adservers (see the <a href="design/index.html.en#adversary">Torbutton Adversary
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     Model</a> for more information). However, with Torbutton installed in tandem
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     and always enabled, it is possible to configure FoxyProxy securely (though it
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     is tricky). Since FoxyProxy's 'Patterns' mode only applies to specific urls,
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     <p>
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     There are a few known security issues with Torbutton (all of which are due to
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-    <a href="design/index.html#FirefoxBugs">unfixed
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+    <a href="design/index.html.en#FirefoxBugs">unfixed
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     Firefox security bugs</a>). The most important for anonymity is that it is
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     possible to unmask the javascript hooks that wrap the Date object to conceal
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     your timezone in Firefox 2, and the timezone masking code does not work at all