Date: May 05, 2019
An anonymous informer sent me a message regarding the TOR browser. As it’s very early in the morning, and I wasn’t intending on making any posts right now…for brevity, I trust it will not be ill looked upon, if I copy and paste their message here.
I’m also going to pin this post to the top of the blog, for a few days.
I don’t know whether or not you use Tor Browser, but I’m sure many of your readers do and would appreciate getting out the word.
This problem began some time late Friday, when an internal certificate expired. If you haven’t launched Tor Browser since then, NoScript will probably still be enabled when you first start the browser, but after a few minutes a yellow warning bar will appear, showing “One or more installed add-ons cannot be verified and have been disabled.”
An updated version of Tor Browser will be available soon, but until then, if you are concerned about anonymity, I would recommend avoiding any web sites that might be targets of surveillance. Otherwise, if you are comfortable adjusting the internal browser settings, a temporary workaround has been posted here:
Just a word to the wise!”
Thank you, good Samaritan!
It looks like they intended on sharing a link…but it didn’t get included…
I’m going off to bed, soon…So, I’m not going to be searching it down right now.
But I wanted to pass this along.