Commit 05ce912c authored by anonym's avatar anonym
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s/AdBlock Plus/uBlock Origin/ in various places.

parent f3b45de9
......@@ -95,7 +95,7 @@ pref("", true);
// and instead only propose them to save downloaded files.
pref("", true);
// AdBlock Plus and the amnesia branding extensions are not signed and
// uBlock Origin and the amnesia branding extensions are not signed and
// therefore disabled by default for FF 45+ *unless* we set this
// option. This is only a temporary stop gap. See #11419.
pref("xpinstall.signatures.required", false);
......@@ -978,7 +978,7 @@ The default profile is split from the binaries and application data:
As for extensions we have the following differences:
* Tails also installs the
[Adblock plus](
[uBlock Origin](
extension to protect against many tracking possibilities by removing
most ads.
......@@ -1418,7 +1418,7 @@ issues|support/known_issues]] page.
However the fact that different browser extensions are installed in Tails and in
the TBB surely allows more sophisticated attacks that usual fingerprint
as returned by tools such as <> and
<>. For example, the fact that Adblock is removing
<>. For example, the fact that uBlock Origin is removing
ads could be analysed.
From the point of view of the local network administrator, Tails is
......@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ Networking
transparently enables SSL-encrypted connections to a great number
of major websites
- [NoScript]( to have even more control over JavaScript.
- [AdBlock Plus]( to remove advertisements.
- [uBlock Origin]( to remove advertisements.
* [Pidgin]( preconfigured with
[OTR]( for Off-the-Record
Messaging ([[More...|doc/anonymous_internet/pidgin]])
......@@ -35,8 +35,8 @@ Apart from that, **some of the <span class="application">Tor Browser</span> exte
specific to Tails**. More sophisticated
attacks can use those differences to distinguish Tails users.
For example, Tails includes <span class="application">Adblock
Plus</span> which removes advertisements. If an attacker can determine
For example, Tails includes <span class="application">uBlock
Origin</span> which removes advertisements. If an attacker can determine
that you are not downloading the advertisements that are included in a
webpage, that could help identify you as a Tails user.
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