Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of Ticket #21952, comment 7


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Apr 15, 2017, 7:26:41 PM (2 years ago)
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  • Ticket #21952, comment 7

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    1 If it will be useful here is my collection of 290 clearnet to onion rules. It is the personal continuation of "darkweb-everywhere" but does not include the proofs. Most of them are official mirrors, some addresses may be unofficial but harmless mirrors, obvious or potential scam websites were not added. To use them, just copy the rules to the HTTPSEverywhereUserRules folder inside your Tor Browser profile. Since the goal was just to collect all such addresses, I didn't bother with cleaning obsolete rules. Nevertheless it is up to date and contains most of the major websites that has onion addresses.
     1If it will be useful here is my collection of 290 clearnet to onion rules. It is the personal continuation of "darkweb-everywhere" but does not include the proofs. Most of them are official mirrors, some addresses may be unofficial but harmless mirrors, obvious or potential scam websites were not added. To use them, just copy the rules to the HTTPSEverywhereUserRules folder inside your Tor Browser profile. Since the goal was just to collect all such addresses, I didn't bother with cleaning obsolete rules. Nevertheless it is up to date and contains most of the websites that has onion addresses.
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    33But Facebook is turned off by default since that would make the user fingerprintable, is there a way to use the redirection only if the person visits facebook.com?