[tor-talk] browser with best privacy without using the Tor network

Chris tmail299 at errtech.com
Fri Dec 23 23:40:39 UTC 2011

For various reasons it sounds like there is a lot of demand for separating
Tor from the TBB. It would be nice if we could fund the development of
features like this. I imagine some of us would be more willing to donate
if certain features would be added as a result. I donate a fair amount of
spare bandwidth from a high speed co-located server although have never
contributed financially. I think Tor is a worthy cause though. I do
contribute to many other projects.

I also think there is potential for a relationship between the Tor project
and commercial entities. Mozilla is a good example. Something similar
could be arranged for Tor. It may be the advertisement of a Tor-friendly
product or even semi-generic hardware or tie in to a search engine. A few
projects already exist that could be commercialized in some way where a
percentage of the profits could go toward Tor development. It is probably
unwise to derive too much funding from a single entity although taking
advantage of the user base to produce a self-sustaining non-profit entity
is probably a wise move.

> On Fri, Dec 23, 2011 at 9:49 PM,  <hmoh at safe-mail.net> wrote:
>> Is it possible to adjust the Tor Browser for use without Tor?
> I am looking for such a solution too. On Windows, you can use portable
> Firefox and install the extensions. On GNU, I realize the only
> available portable Firefox is the tbb package and I have to use it by
> waiting for tor to start, which is a waste of time. I wish there is a
> portable version of Firefox for GNU.
> --
> Regards
> Koh Choon Lin
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