[tor-qa] TBB QA: tor-0.2.2.37
grandmaster150 at yahoo.com
Sun Jun 10 05:38:59 UTC 2012
Platform: Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin 32-bit
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo CPU
Graphics: Intel Integrated Graphics Card
TBB Launches Successfully. -- SUCCESS
Connects to the Tor network. -- SUCCESS
Browser toolbars and menus work. Tab dragging works. -- SUCCESS
All extensions are present and functional. -- SUCCESS
Web browsing works as expected. HTTPS works. .onion sites work.
decloak.net -- When I click "Start Test", it takes me to a blank
page where nothing happens.
deanonymizer.com -- Unable to establish a connection despite
*JonDos AnonTest *
*On the home page, I got this message with a Yellow Vidalia icon: "You
are using *
*Tor, but your browser profile differs from the recommended `Tor Browser
*default profile." *
browserspy.dk -- OK
analyze.privacy.net -- OK
Mr T -- OK
TorCheck at Xenobite -- OK
Panopticlick -- My browser was unique among over two million tested
so far. Conveying at least 21 bits of information, majority of those
from Screen Size and Color Depth (~15 bits)
HTML5 Video Test -- The "Switch to Linux" video played after
allowing it on NoScript
Unfortunately, I am not on a distro that has SELinux anymore so I will
not be able to do the sandboxing tests.
On 06/09/2012 08:09 AM, Runa A. Sandvik wrote:
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> Hi everyone,
> We have uploaded new bundles  for OS X, Linux, and Windows. In
> addition to the new Tor, the bundles also have a new Firefox (10.0.5esr)
> and Vidalia 0.2.19. Please see Docs/changelog for details and make sure
> you test all the components.
> You have until June 10th 2012 13:00 GMT to test and report back. Please
> email this list directly with results or if you have any questions. Keep
> in mind that an email saying "I tested TBB on Debian Wheezy and found no
> bugs" is just as useful as a list of issues.
> We are working on building a manual TBB test suite for you to use. In
> the meantime, see #5292 , the BuildSignoff wiki page , and the TBB
>  design document for information about different types of tests you
> can perform.
> Thank you for helping us make the Tor Browser Bundle even better. I will
> try to be more responsive during this test round than the previous one,
> so please don't hesitate to email if you have questions. If you have any
> suggestions on things we can do better, please let me know.
> : https://archive.torproject.org/tor-package-archive/tor-qa/tor-0.2.2.37/
> : https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/5292
> : https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/build/BuildSignoff
> : https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser/design/#Testing
> - --
> Runa A. Sandvik
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