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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] HTML tags that should be stripped for privacy

From: Josh Branning
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] HTML tags that should be stripped for privacy reasons.
Date: Fri, 27 Jan 2017 13:55:00 +0000
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On 27/01/17 13:29, Josh Branning wrote:

I am in the early stages of developing a distributed web server, which
hopefully will take anonymity into account when serving pages, a bit
like freenet.

The interface will be, sort-of-like a self-hosted proxy to the web browser.

There are issues with such interfaces, because things like javascript
and HTML canvas can track users using the web browser.

I have found lots of different implementations of different projects
(like tor, freenet, privoxy etc.) that strip away these tags in some
form or another, but I can find little or no documentation on how to do
so myself ie. a complete list of html tags and HTTP headers etc. that
are insecure for privacy reasons.

What I would really like is implementation details on how to avoid many
of the issues stated on this page:

So like two columns; Stated problem, and possible solution.

Perhaps it is something that could be added to the libreplanet wiki?

Best regards,



Please CC me in any regards, as I am not subscribed to the list.

Oh, and here's a link to what I've written so far.

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