Reddit or its CDN appear to be blocking exit relays currently running in Germany. If Reddit or its CDN are blocking all 131 exit relays currently running in Germany, only 800 of 931 exit relays currently running in Tor network, or 85.93%, are available for connections to Reddit.

Reddit or its CDN appear to be blocking exit relays currently running in Germany. If Reddit or its CDN are blocking all 131 exit relays currently running in Germany, only 800 of 931 exit relays currently running in Tor network, or 85.93%, are available for connections to Reddit. Users are invited to send to Reddit admins a message requesting admins intervene to unblock Tor exit relays trying to connect to Reddit. Reddit admins contact info (if “Error 1016” page appears, in the address bar “i” menu, select “New Circuit for…

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Due to a bug in Firefox, all add-ons in Firefox-based browsers have been disabled

Due to a bug in Firefox, all add-ons in Firefox-based browsers have been disabled According to this bug report and many others, all Firefox add-ons have been disabled due to an expired signing certificate. This unfortunately affects Tor Browser users as well. It is advised that you avoid using the Tor Browser until this issue has been fixed, as you may be at risk without crucial add-ons included in the Tor Browser. submitted by /u/rotorcowboy to r/TOR [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Reddit is now blocking certain tor exit nodes, and it is returning “Blocked” pages.

Reddit is now blocking certain tor exit nodes, and it is returning “Blocked” pages. I have no idea why this is happening, but if i connect to certain exit nodes, I just get a “Blocked” screen from reddit. I modified the header I send, (didnt work), I reset the circuit twice, but it didnt work, but on the third circuit, it did. I changed user-agent, and tested for everything.In conclusion: reddit is blocking certain tor exit nodes, so is there any way we can get around this? (besides resetting circuit)…

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Why doesn’t the Tor Browser spoof the referer header?

Why doesn’t the Tor Browser spoof the referer header? I know it doesn’t disable the referer header because it breaks some websites but wouldn’t spoofing it fix this problem while also providing more privacy/anonymity? Setting network.http.referer.spoofSource in about:config to true sends the target URL in the referer so websites cannot find out what website you were on previously from the referer. Also trimming the header with more about:config settings, to my knowledge wouldn’t break any websites. You can also restrict it to only the website you’re on so it’s not…

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Bookmarking is very important for TOR browser

Bookmarking is very important for TOR browser Onion site URLs are impossible to remember, and even more impossible if they are ONION v3. So it is almost necessary for an user to bookmark an onion site if he wishes to visit it again, or he won’t remember it. ​ From this discussion https://www.reddit.com/r/TOR/comments/3320vt/how_safe_is_bookmarking_on_tor/ i deduct it is not secure to use bookmarks on TOR browser, due to an attacker’s ability to : 1- Read the bookmarks via Javascript, if the site you’re visiting is malicious and requires JS 2- Even…

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