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comment Can I build a VPN on top of Tor?
Take a look at NoScript. You can restrict the JS that runs quite effectively. Does not matter how you call it. Not loading all the external JS also prevents most of the tracking cookies. And any way this is completely irrelevant to the question.
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comment Can I build a VPN on top of Tor?
@curiousguy: Not if by sandboxed I mean "do not load all those tracking cookies and Facebook widgets without my explicit permission". Or just "do not start the JS until I say so".
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answered Getting to the command line in Windows 8
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comment Getting to the command line in Windows 8
+1. Nice. But so many options to do things. Microsoft has now officially entered the same realm of confusion as Apple with Dashboard, Launchpad, Spotlight, Mission Control, Recent Items Menu etc. I suppose this is what one would call a transitional period. We'll have to wait for a few years for things to shake out, I guess.
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accepted Mount Mac disk image (and sparse bundle) on Windows or Linux
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accepted Can I “branch” VirtualBox snapshots (base multiple VM on the same disk image + separate diffs)?
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comment Why do I have a redswoosh-install.log in my /tmp?
@SimonSheehan: I am very hesitant to accept my own answers...
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comment Getting to the command line in Windows 8
I don't have a Windows Key, but search in metro worked. Thanks.
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comment Getting to the command line in Windows 8
Where is the start menu?
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asked Getting to the command line in Windows 8
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comment Is it safe to use an untrusted bookmarklet on a web page with sensitive data?
"as if it were included on the page by the page author." I think it can do even more, at least on some browsers it is closer to what a browser extension can do.