[tor-commits] [tor-browser-spec/master] Speel chek desine dock.
mikeperry at torproject.org
mikeperry at torproject.org
Thu Apr 30 05:26:01 UTC 2015
Author: Mike Perry <mikeperry-git at torproject.org>
Date: Wed Apr 29 22:18:48 2015 -0700
Speel chek desine dock.
design-doc/design.xml | 18 +++++++++---------
1 file changed, 9 insertions(+), 9 deletions(-)
diff --git a/design-doc/design.xml b/design-doc/design.xml
index 01559a6..7711d19 100644
@@ -936,7 +936,7 @@ geolocation queries, searchbox queries, XPCOM addon HTTPS/HTTP activity,
WebSockets, and live bookmark updates. We have also verified that IPv6
connections are not attempted, through the proxy or otherwise (Tor does not
yet support IPv6). We have also verified that external protocol helpers, such
-as smb urls and other custom protocol handlers are all blocked.
+as SMB URLs and other custom protocol handlers are all blocked.
@@ -1321,7 +1321,7 @@ interest to an adversary.
-URIs created with URL.createObjectURI MUST be limited in scope to the first
+URIs created with URL.createObjectURL MUST be limited in scope to the first
party URL bar domain that created them. We provide this isolation in Tor
Browser via a <ulink
@@ -1445,7 +1445,7 @@ fingerprinting makes use of any information that can be extracted from the
Some definitions of browser fingerprinting also include supercookies and
cookie-like identifier storage, but we deal with those issues separately in
-the <link linkend="identifier-linkability">preceeding section on identifier
+the <link linkend="identifier-linkability">preceding section on identifier
@@ -1503,14 +1503,14 @@ concurrent activity, we are less concerned with this mechanism of extracting
time sources will significantly increase the duration of execution required to
extract accurate results, and thus make statistical approaches both
-unattractive and highly noticable due to execessive resource consumption.
+unattractive and highly noticeable due to excessive resource consumption.
<listitem><command>Operating System Vendor and Version Differences</command>
-Operating system vendor and version differences permiate many different
+Operating system vendor and version differences permeate many different
aspects of the browser. While it is possible to address these issues with some
effort, the relative lack of diversity in operating systems causes us to
primarily focus our efforts on passive operating system fingerprinting
@@ -1529,7 +1529,7 @@ Due to vast differences in feature set and implementation behavior even
between different versions of the same browser, browser vendor and version
differences are simply not possible to conceal in any realistic way. It
is only possible to minimize the differences among different installations of
-the same browser vendor and version. We make no effort to mimick any other
+the same browser vendor and version. We make no effort to mimic any other
major browser vendor, and in fact most of our fingerprinting defenses serve to
differentiate Tor Browser users from normal Firefox users. Because of this,
any study that lumps browser vendor and version differences in to its analysis
@@ -2121,7 +2121,7 @@ closed (this does not spawn a new Firefox process, only a new window). Upon
the close of the final window, an unload handler is fired to invoke the <ulink
collector</ulink>, which has the effect of immediately purging any blob:UUID
-urls that were created by website content via <ulink
+URLs that were created by website content via <ulink
@@ -2569,10 +2569,10 @@ consensus, and encoding the package hashes in the Bitcoin blockchain.
The Windows releases are also signed by a hardware token provided by Digicert.
-In order to verify package integrity, the signature must be sripped off using
+In order to verify package integrity, the signature must be stripped off using
the osslsigncode tool, as described on the <ulink
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