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Re: Google Chrome 3.0.195.33 leaks DNS data queries outsitde of proxy if dns pre-fetching is enabled
From: dramacrat <yirimyah () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2009 00:54:44 +1100

*first at all, send to the list please not to me personally and list in
cc.*
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*Ignoring the grammar, that's exactly what you just did. And what I just
did, because that's default client behavior on a Reply-To-All.
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2009/12/16 Milan Berger <m.berger () project-mindstorm net>

Hi Vlad,

first at all, send to the list please not to me personally and list in
cc.

(a) If you have a better way than a Tor proxy to avoid DNS leaks from
programs that don't DNS-proxy themselves, feel free to actually *tell*
us what it is, rather than just babble "they aren't the best way".
Given you got the *other* point totally wrong, we have no reason to
believe a content-free 'not the best way' unless you actually have an
evaluatable statement like 'XYZ is better'.

I think there are better ways than TOR this is what I actually said.
'not the best way' meant TOR. Hope this explains it much better.


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