Friday, October 28, 2005

Anonymouser 0.1 Released

Open your links anonymously with from the the right click menu.

This will be good for sites like RapidShare (note: you can still only download one file at a time, but don't have to wait after it finishes before you start the next one) and any other anonymous worthy sites.

This plugin doesn't actually anonymize anything it helps you to use to anonymize your browsing.

Please feel free to leave comments (good or bad) and suggestions.

(Still waiting on approval for download link)


At October 30, 2005 12:38 AM, Blogger Bu3askoor said...

I went through your extension and code. Very nice! I would like to use the extension on another site (mainly those that uses CGI Proxy). CGI proxy passes the url as:

if i try to adjust your code i end up with:

Is it possible for your function to remove http:// and pass only the url starting from www ?


At October 30, 2005 1:42 AM, Blogger sixty4 said...

Hey man love this extension - I found it via Mozilla - But I thought that Id check out your blog - Im an Australian woirking and living in China - So this extension is much more than alittle usefull - to me - given the Chinese govt's "need" to "block" sites it finds offensive....(Whatever that means) I will use this extension almost continuously - infact some of my bookmarks already are "Anonymoused" Blogger has recently been declasified in China - but i Still find it difficult to access my blog - without Anonymouse - So man I really want to thank you - keep it up I really appreciate it..!!! Have a look at my site youll see photos of where I live and work....(updated most days) seeya....

At October 30, 2005 6:48 AM, Blogger Mr. T said...

I use Firefox 1.5 Beta 2. The extension appeared to install ok, but I don't get the right-click options. Does your extension support the 1.5 Beta 2?


At October 30, 2005 8:05 AM, Blogger Firefox Plugins said...

First of all, thank you to everybody who has posted an overwhelming response.

bu3askoor -
The returned part is what's returned from the browser... you could use a java regular expression to make sure it starts with "http://" then replace the first "http://" shown with something like:
re = new RegExp("^http:\/\/");
var test = re.exec(link);
if (test) { alert(link.replace(re,"")); }
Technically I should be testing for somethin like that before I do anything, but eh... maybe in a later version if I get bored... for now that should work for you.

Sixty4- Thanks for the kind words, glad it's doing some good against non-freedom of speach.

mr. t- As the maximum requirement states it's 1.0.7 max version. I'm not sure why it doesn't work on 1.5 b2 but my desktop is down which is what I use to test 1.5 b2 stuff.

At December 05, 2009 10:12 AM, Blogger Media Musik Minor said...

thanks the topic ... I will practice


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