Commit fd2844fa authored by Tails developers's avatar Tails developers
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Say "Tor Browser", not "Iceweasel" in the end-user documentation.

In Tails 0.22, that's how it's called almost everywhere.
parent 4766080d
......@@ -15,6 +15,7 @@ RewriteRule ^customize contribute/customize [R]
RewriteRule ^support/truecrypt doc/encryption_and_privacy/truecrypt [R]
RewriteRule ^support/virtualization doc/advanced_topics/virtualization [R]
RewriteRule ^support/walkthrough doc [R]
RewriteRule ^doc/anonymous_internet/iceweasel doc/anonymous_internet/Tor_Browser [R]
RewriteRule ^doc/installing_onto_a_usb_stick/linux doc/first_steps/manual_usb_installation/linux [R]
RewriteRule ^doc/installing_onto_a_usb_stick/windows doc/first_steps/manual_usb_installation/windows [R]
RewriteRule ^doc/installing_onto_a_usb_stick/mac doc/first_steps/manual_usb_installation/mac [R]
- [[!traillink Networking_with_NetworkManager|anonymous_internet/networkmanager]]
- [[!traillink Logging_in_to_captive_portals|anonymous_internet/unsafe_browser]]
- [[!traillink Controlling_Tor_with_Vidalia|anonymous_internet/vidalia]]
- [[!traillink Browsing_the_web_with_Iceweasel|anonymous_internet/iceweasel]]
- [[!traillink Browsing_the_web_with_Tor_Browser|anonymous_internet/tor_browser]]
- [[!traillink Chatting_with_Pidgin_&_OTR|anonymous_internet/pidgin]]
- [[!traillink Using_I2P|anonymous_internet/i2p]]
- [[!traillink Why_Tor_is_slow?|anonymous_internet/why_tor_is_slow]]
[[!meta title="Browsing the web with Iceweasel"]]
[[!meta title="Browsing the web with Tor Browser]]
[[!img iceweasel/mozicon128.png link=no alt="Iceweasel icon"]]
Iceweasel is an unbranded version of the [[Mozilla
Tor Browser is a rebranded version of the [[Mozilla
Firefox|]] web browser. Given its popularity many
of you have probably used it before and its user interface is like any other
modern web browser.
......@@ -30,13 +30,13 @@ For example, here is how the browser looks like when we try to log in an email
account at [](, using their [webmail
[[!img doc/anonymous_internet/iceweasel/lavabit.png link=no alt="Tails browser"]]
[[!img doc/anonymous_internet/Tor_Browser/lavabit.png link=no alt="Tails browser"]]
Notice the small area on the left of the address bar saying "" on a
blue background and the address beginning with "https://" (instead of
[[!img iceweasel/address-bar.png link=no alt="address bar showing ''
[[!img Tor_Browser/address-bar.png link=no alt="address bar showing ''
/ ''"]]
These are the indicators that an encrypted connection using [[!wikipedia HTTPS]]
......@@ -16,9 +16,9 @@ throught the menu:
Applications -> Internet -> I2P
Once started, the so called router console will open in Iceweasel,
Once started, the so called router console will open in Tor Browser,
which shows I2P's current status, links to many useful I2P resources
(forums, email, filesharing etc.) and offers the possibility to
shutdown I2P. I2P is integrated in Iceweasel in such a way that all
shutdown I2P. I2P is integrated in the browser in such a way that all
`.i2p` addresses are accessed correctly through I2P while all other
addresses are handled by Tor, all at the same time.
......@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ section of this guide.
The screen reading functionality of <span class="application">GNOME
Orca</span> does not work neither with the <span
class="application">Iceweasel Web Browser</span> nor with the <span
class="application">Tor Browser</span> nor with the <span
class="application">Unsafe Web Browser</span>.
......@@ -79,8 +79,8 @@ launch the most frequently used applications.
<div class="icon">
[[!img iceweasel.png link=no]]
<div class="text">
<strong>Iceweasel</strong>: browser the World Wide Web<br/>
[[See the corresponding documentation|anonymous_internet/iceweasel]]
<strong>Tor Browser</strong>: browser the World Wide Web<br/>
[[See the corresponding documentation|anonymous_internet/Tor_Browser]]
......@@ -253,7 +253,7 @@ you to reuse them during future working sessions, even offline.
When this feature is activated, changes to the bookmarks in the
<span class="application">Iceweasel</span> web browser are saved in the persistent
<span class="application">Tor Browser</span> are saved in the persistent
volume. This does not apply to the Unsafe web browser.
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