TB 8a10 and panopticlick: your browser has a unique fingerprint
The bundle works fine, thanks for your great work!
I am surprised by the new yellow blinking triangle over the onion settings button. What does it mean? (The tooltip only says "Tor Enabled")
= Update NoScript to 10.1.8.16 In NoScript preferences the list of per-site definitions was empty, I added a site and clicked on reset: a lot of whitelisted domains appeared (legacy/trac#26517 (moved)).
= Trackers As discussed before (legacy/trac#12958 (closed)), blocking content allows fingerprinting, instead [[comment:4:ticket:12958|you suggest]] "an identical blocklist for every user. For example, AdBlock Plus with a fixed set of filters." Do you have plans to do this? (I am aware of your answers for [[comment:1:ticket:15279|uMatrix]] and [[comment:54:ticket:17569|ublock origin]] and spare you to repost everything :) (mentioning Riseup's recommendations + requestblock for a balanced perspective, because I do not follow the conclusion that external requests should be accepted just not to be finger-printable. For me personally it's worse, when trackers know that I visited a site.)
legacy/trac#14924 (moved) sounds reasonable.
wants me to install privacybadger (not voting for it here, because of legacy/trac#12958 (closed))
Is your browser blocking tracking ads?
I consider the defaults dangerous ([[comment:3:ticket:25451|window size]]). Why not setting the security slider to "Safest" per default?