Hackers spent at least a year spying on Mozilla to discover Firefox security holes ? and exploit them

stef s at ctrlc.hu
Tue Sep 8 03:25:50 PDT 2015

On Tue, Sep 08, 2015 at 07:20:41AM +0000, Peter Gutmann wrote:
> stef <s at ctrlc.hu> writes:
> >On Mon, Sep 07, 2015 at 12:55:11PM -0400, Ulex Europae wrote:
> >> I wonder, is there an A-list of must-have extensions for Firefox? Because
> >> "the internet is for porn," and porn doesn't work on text-only browsers...
> >
> >NoScript, RequestPolicy, RefControl, CookieMonster, policeman, https-
> >everywhere, monkeysphere, RedirectCleaner, CertPatrol|Convergence,
> >BetterPrivacy, random-agent-spoofer, ssleuth
> You forgot the most critical ones, the extensions you need to undo all the

well, i prefer vimperator, this list is intentionally neglecting UI plugins.
also you should look into random-agent-spoofer it does disable a lot of the
mozilla sabotage crap.

> crap that Mozilla have piled onto Firefox since they started on their copy-
> everything-Chrome-does spree.  Classic Theme Restorer is the first extension I
> load on any new install (even before NoScript), it's now comprehensive enough
> that it's probably the only one you need, although Hide Tab Bar With One Tab
> is also useful.

otr fp: https://www.ctrlc.hu/~stef/otr.txt

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