Tor,security and web-usability

Freemor freemor at
Tue Jun 13 01:55:15 UTC 2006

On Mon, 2006-12-06 at 20:56 -0400, abacus.01 at wrote:

> The next question is related to these problems: if I want to create an email-account with any of the big free webbased mail-services I know, I HAVE to switch Java and Javascript on, otherwise the configurations will fail. I understand that configurating, e.g. Yahoo with Tor enabled and the required Java/Javascript turned on, renders Tors efforts null and void. I could as well surf openly to Yahoo like say 10 years ago. 
> Does anybody know of a web-based mail-service, that does not require Java/Javascript during configuration or use? Or do I have to accept that I also have to use some remailer to reduce traceability to a secure amount?

You might want to try FastMail (

I'm not 100% sure on this as I did not go through the entire process of
setting up an account (I have one already) but the account creation page
loaded no problem and I can read mail there no problems. Both tested
with Tor on, and Java/JavaScript off.

Hope this helps. 


Freemor <freemor at>
Freemor <freemor at>

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