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#21831 duplicate "Connection is Not Secure" warning. tbb-team jonathanfemideer
Description

Browsing to certain HTTPS-protected web pages using Tor Browser 6.5.1, with the Tor Browser Security Settings slider set to "High", results in a red diagonal bar being drawn through the padlock that sits to the left of the address bar. Here is a URL for such a web page:

https://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/download/releases/stable/unison-manual.html

Clicking the crossed-out padlock while visiting that web page in Tor Browser 6.5.1 results in a tooltip divided into three panes: top-left, top-right, and bottom. The top-left pane says:

www.cis.upenn.edu Connection is Not Secure You have disabled protection on this page.

The top-right pane has an arrow. Clicking on that arrow replaces the tooltip contents with this:

This website contains content that is not secure (such as scripts) and your connection to it is not private. Information you share with this site could be viewed by others (like passwords, messages, credit cards, etc.). Learn More

At the bottom of the new tooltip contents, there is a button marked "Enable protection" and another button marked "More Information".

Clicking the "Enable protection" button appears to have no effect, except that it closes the tooltip and refreshes the page.

Clicking the "More Information" button launches the Page Info dialogue box.

It seems to me that, ideally:

  • The protection referred to by the "Enable protection" button should be enabled by default (at least when the security slider is set to "High", and maybe also for "Medium" and/or "Low"), thereby avoiding both the security risk and the corresponding warning.
  • Failing that, the protection referred to by the "Enable protection" button should at least take effect when that button is clicked, thereby avoiding both the security risk and the corresponding warning, at least for that website.
#5086 not a bug "Control socket is not connected" when starting TOR/Vidalia chiiph kalender
Description

I don't know why. But TOR/Vidalia just stopped working for me. I've never had any problem with it. Just installed and launched without any error messages.

Still, this message pops up: http://i.imgur.com/Jponv.jpg

"Vidalia was unable to authenticate to the Tor software. (Control socket is not connected).

Please check your control port authentication settings"

?!?!?!?!

Googled for it without any success. Reinstalled Vidalia/TOR x times, installed the latest version (Alpha), etc etc. Why won't it work anymore? I havent change any setting at all. Anywhere.

Version: vidalia-bundle-0.2.3.10-alpha-0.2.15-1.exe Windows XP

Please, help.

Thanks in advance, /K

#5076 duplicate "Could not setup the environment of the managed proxy" when using init script asn
Description

tor needs to pass the values of the environment variables PATH and HOME to the managed proxy. If it can't find those variables in its environment, it will fail with:

[warn] Could not setup the environment of the managed proxy at '/usr/local/bin/obfsproxy'.

People have encountered this, when they tried to use managed proxies with an init. script, and they init. script didn't set up those two variables before spawning tor.

We should work around this.

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