Commit fd8ab0ec authored by Yegor Timoshenko's avatar Yegor Timoshenko

Remove references to Startpage from notes

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"license_url": "https://www.mozilla.org/MPL/",
"logo": "mozilla-firefox.svg",
"name": "Firefox",
"notes": "Firefox does not hide your IP address from third-parties by default. If you want to anonymize your IP, consider using Tor Browser instead.\n\nFirefox sends searches through Google by default. Consider changing it to DuckDuckGo or Startpage for anonymous web searches.\n\nConsidering unchecking “Block reported attack sites” and “Block reported web forgeries” in Tools -> Options -> Security (Windows & GNU/Linux) or Preferences -> Security (macOS) if you don't want Mozilla to send reported URL hashes to Google.",
"notes": "Firefox does not hide your IP address from third-parties by default. If you want to anonymize your IP, consider using Tor Browser instead.\n\nFirefox sends searches through Google by default. Consider changing it to DuckDuckGo for anonymous web searches.\n\nConsidering unchecking “Block reported attack sites” and “Block reported web forgeries” in Tools -> Options -> Security (Windows & GNU/Linux) or Preferences -> Security (macOS) if you don't want Mozilla to send reported URL hashes to Google.",
"privacy_url": "https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/privacy/policies/websites/",
"protocols": [
"SSL/TLS"
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"web-browser-addons-notes": "<p>Installing your own add-ons into Tor Browser is not recommended, as they may bypass Tor or otherwise harm your anonymity and privacy. Check the EFF's <a href='https://panopticlick.eff.org/'>Panopticlick</a> to see how trackable your browser configuration is by third parties.</p><p>If you're using a Firefox-based browser, you can safeguard your browsing habits and stop advertising companies from tracking you by installing <strong>uBlock Origin</strong>, <strong>Request Policy</strong>, and <strong>HTTPS Everywhere</strong>.</p><p>A more advanced alternative to <strong>Request Policy</strong> would be <a href='https://github.com/gorhill/uMatrix'><strong>uMatrix</strong></a>.</p><p>Install <strong>NoScript</strong> and enable ‘Forbid scripts globally’ to improve the security of your browser by preventing 0day JavaScript attacks. This is a drastic option as it will render many websites unusable as they rely heavily on JavaScript. NoScript offers a whitelist you can use to selectively enable JavaScript for sites you trust, but this is considered <a href='https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq.html.en#TBBJavaScriptEnabled'>especially bad for your anonymity</a> if you're using NoScript with <strong>Tor Browser</strong>.</p><p>Why is Adblock Plus not recommended? Adblock Plus shows “acceptable ads” by default, which works against the purpose of the add-on. Either disable acceptable ads or use <strong>uBlock Origin</strong> instead.</p>",
"web-browsers-notes": "<p>Try to use <strong>Tor Browser</strong> for all of your web surfing. It will offer you far better anonymity than any other browser. Make sure to <a href='https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq.html.en'>learn the basics of Tor</a> before using it. If the site you want to visit will not work in Tor Browser, try Firefox intead, but realize these browsers do not anonymize your ip by default.</p><p>Tor Browser notes: Using Tor Browser to sign into websites that contain your real ID is counterproductive, and may trip the site's fraud protection. Make sure to check for HTTPS before signing in to a website through Tor. Signing into HTTP websites can result in your ID being captured by a Tor exit node.</p><p><strong>Firefox</strong> notes: This browser uses Google search by default: replace it with a more <a href='#web-search'>private alternative</a>. </p><p>Why are Chromium, SRWare Iron, et al. not recommended on PRISM Break? <a href='https://github.com/nylira/prism-break/issues/169'>More info here.</a></p><p><strong>Warning for mobile devices &amp; Tor:</strong> Websites using HTML5 &lt;video&gt; tags will leak &lt;video&gt;-related DNS queries and data transfer outside of Tor.</p>",
"web-hosting-notes": "--",
"web-search-notes": "<p><strong>DuckDuckGo</strong> is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) hosted around the world that provides you with anonymous search results from <a href='https://help.duckduckgo.com/results/sources'>these sources</a>. DDG open source components are <a href='https://github.com/duckduckgo'>available here</a>.</p><p>There is also a <strong>DuckDuckGo</strong> hidden service at <a href='http://3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion'>3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion</a> for Tor users.</p><p><strong>MetaGer</strong> is a SaaS by the German non-profit <a href='https://suma-ev.de/en/index.html'>SUMA e.V.</a> that provides you with anonymous meta search results.</p><p><strong>Startpage</strong> is a SaaS hosted in the USA and the Netherlands that provides you with anonymous Google search and image results through a free proxy.</p>",
"web-search-notes": "<p><strong>DuckDuckGo</strong> is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) hosted around the world that provides you with anonymous search results from <a href='https://help.duckduckgo.com/results/sources'>these sources</a>. DDG open source components are <a href='https://github.com/duckduckgo'>available here</a>.</p><p>There is also a <strong>DuckDuckGo</strong> hidden service at <a href='http://3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion'>3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion</a> for Tor users.</p><p><strong>MetaGer</strong> is a SaaS by the German non-profit <a href='https://suma-ev.de/en/index.html'>SUMA e.V.</a> that provides you with anonymous meta search results.</p>",
"world-maps-notes": "<blockquote><p>“If you spend time contributing to OpenStreetMap you are helping a good cause, and building a geographic database of the world which is free and open for all and forever.”</p><footer>— <cite><a href='https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Google_Map_Maker'>OpenStreetMap Wiki</a></cite></footer></blockquote>",
"xmpp-server-notes": "<blockquote><p>“Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) is a communications protocol for message-oriented middleware based on XML (Extensible Markup Language). The protocol was originally named Jabber, and was developed by the Jabber open-source community in 1999 for near real-time, instant messaging (IM), presence information, and contact list maintenance. Designed to be extensible, the protocol has also been used for publish-subscribe systems, signalling for VoIP, video, file transfer, gaming, Internet of Things applications such as the smart grid, and social networking services.”</p><footer>— <cite><a href='https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XMPP'>Wikipedia</a></cite></footer></blockquote>"
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