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#51 2015-09-21 18:40:41

gcarq
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

Hi,

I've updated the packages to 45.0.2454.93.
I also changed two and added two new patches. You can see the full changes on github.
Now I'm happy to say after a 24h traffic sniffing with mitmproxy there is no more data leakage compared to Chromium. smile

Last edited by gcarq (2015-09-21 18:41:25)

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#52 2015-09-22 07:51:25

Perfect Gentleman
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

applied new patches to 45.0.2454.99.
@gcarq, why don't you use chromium-lite packages in your pgkbuilds?

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#53 2015-09-22 09:41:34

gcarq
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

@Perfect Gentleman never heard of this package before, do you have a link? I can just find a suse package from 2011.

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#54 2015-09-22 10:14:41

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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

@gcarq, just add "-lite" to the end of packahe name, it'll be like "chromium-45.0.2454.99-lite.tar.xz".
also, could you, please, move hide-"Sing-In-Chromium"-patch to separate file?

Last edited by Perfect Gentleman (2015-09-25 04:28:01)

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#55 2015-09-28 06:31:16

gcarq
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

@Perfect Gentleman, I don't think it is a good idea to name it a -lite package, because that could imply that some Google features are available which is not the case.
Sure I will add this to a sperate file asap.

cheers

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#56 2015-10-01 16:51:08

Perfect Gentleman
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

@gcarq,  i don't mean that you rename your packages, I'm about using chromium-xx.x.x.xx-lite.tar.xz as sources, they're just lighter than chromium-xx.x.xxxx.xx.tar.xz for about 30%.

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#57 2015-10-02 09:01:54

gcarq
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

@Perfect Gentleman, just checked your overlay, now I know what you mean :-)
Thanks I will use this on the next update.

PS: I'm looking for a second package maintainer if anyone has to much spare time.

Last edited by gcarq (2015-10-02 09:24:08)

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#58 2015-10-14 02:49:48

Perfect Gentleman
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

@gcarq, I won't be a maintainer as I use Gentoo, but I can help you with testing.

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#59 2015-10-17 08:01:48

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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

Hello! I'm really impressed with this browser, but certain extensions won't work. Ublock Origin crashes every time and I just couldn't get it to work. How can I fix this?

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#60 2015-10-18 20:14:07

gcarq
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

Hi @Shadowdoger! I'm glad you like it. There exists a github issue for this bug and hopefully there wil land a fix soon.
AFAIK Chromium exposes the WebRTC API altough its disabled via the build flags. Until Google provides a proper fix you can manually remove the WebRTC check in uBlock.

All you have to do is  go to the extension directory (usually something like: ~/.config/inox/Default/Extensions/cjpalhdlnbpafiamejdnhcphjbkeiagm/) and find vapi-background.js.
In this file remove the following lines (starting at line 105 or something):

            case 'webrtcIPAddress':
                if ( typeof chrome.privacy.network.webRTCMultipleRoutesEnabled === 'object' ) {
                    try {
                        chrome.privacy.network.webRTCMultipleRoutesEnabled.set({
                            value: !!details[setting],
                            scope: 'regular'
                        });
                    } catch(ex) {
                        console.error(ex);
                    }
                }
                break;

If you reload the extension it should work as expected.

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#61 2015-10-18 20:15:46

gcarq
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

Hi @Shadowdodger! I'm glad you like it. There exists a github issue for this bug and hopefully there wil land a fix soon.
AFAIK Chromium exposes the WebRTC API altough its disabled via the build flags. Until Google provides a proper fix you can manually remove the WebRTC check in uBlock.

All you have to do is  go to the extension directory (usually something like: ~/.config/inox/Default/Extensions/cjpalhdlnbpafiamejdnhcphjbkeiagm/) and find vapi-background.js.
In this file remove the following lines (starting at line 105 or something):

            case 'webrtcIPAddress':
                if ( typeof chrome.privacy.network.webRTCMultipleRoutesEnabled === 'object' ) {
                    try {
                        chrome.privacy.network.webRTCMultipleRoutesEnabled.set({
                            value: !!details[setting],
                            scope: 'regular'
                        });
                    } catch(ex) {
                        console.error(ex);
                    }
                }
                break;

If you reload the extension it should work as expected.

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#62 2015-10-22 05:06:44

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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

applied patches to Version 46.0.2490.80 (64-bit)

Last edited by Perfect Gentleman (2015-10-23 10:28:46)

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#63 2015-10-23 09:45:36

Wilco
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

Excellent work, much appreciated

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#64 2015-11-05 11:06:06

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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

Hey there! Your browser was working wonderfully, just until a few days ago. It just wouldn't start for whatever reason. This is the version that always worked for me: https://aur.archlinux.org/inox.git. It apparently got removed from the AUR, so I tried compiling this one from source (https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/inox/), but it didn't work. It also didn't work when I've tried to install it from the AUR. I successfully compiled it from source, but it doesn't start. What should I do? It's my favourite browser and I want to use it again.

Last edited by Shadowdodger2 (2015-11-05 11:07:28)

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#65 2015-11-06 12:41:38

gcarq
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

Hi,

I updated the packages to 46.0.2490.80.

@Perfect Gentleman, thanks for helping me out with testing. BTW I tried to use the chromium-lite package but it won't compile:

sed: can't read ./third_party/chromite/scripts/lddtree.py: No such file or directory
==> ERROR: A failure occurred in prepare().
    Aborting...

Do I need a additional build flag for this?

@Shadowdodger2, the frist link you provided is from the old AUR and is no longer maintained, the  2nd one should build fine now.

Last edited by gcarq (2015-11-06 15:07:45)

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#66 2015-11-06 14:18:04

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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

Unfortunately, I'm always getting the same error when installing it. It's this one:
IOError: [Errno 28] No space left on device
ERROR: A failrue occured in prepare ()
Aborting...
ERROR: Makepkg was unable to build inox.

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#67 2015-11-06 15:00:43

null
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

Where are you building your package? Is there still enough space for the build process? Do you have enough ram?

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#68 2015-11-06 15:08:21

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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

Uhh, I'm trying to install it from the AUR. I have 6 gigs of RAM, so I don't think that's the issue, though I'm not quite about the space for the build process. Where is it exactly and how can I check if I have enough space? As I've noticed, the only time I get the error is when trying to install Inox. It didn't happen with any other software as far as I remember.

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#69 2015-11-06 15:20:58

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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

Shadowdodger2 wrote:

Uhh, I'm trying to install it from the AUR. I have 6 gigs of RAM, so I don't think that's the issue, though I'm not quite about the space for the build process. Where is it exactly and how can I check if I have enough space? As I've noticed, the only time I get the error is when trying to install Inox. It didn't happen with any other software as far as I remember.

If you don't know, where your package is built, you are most probably using an AUR helper.
Check it's documentation to see where it builds the packages by default.

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#70 2015-11-06 15:27:45

Wilco
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

You need a couple of free GB on your harddisk to compile chromium.

As for the Inox patchset, it greatly reduces Google calls, but not entirely. With Wireshark I still see lots of calls to:
tools.google.com
apis.google.com
fonts.googleapis.com
fonts.gstatic.com
and plenty other, especially on first or second run.

This is not a complaint btw, just something I've noticed

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#71 2015-11-07 14:48:56

Perfect Gentleman
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

@gcarq,
because ./third_party/chromite/scripts/lddtree.py is a link to non-exist file.
imo,

  find . -name '*.py' -exec sed -i -r 's|/usr/bin/python$|&2|g' {} +

is not needed

Last edited by Perfect Gentleman (2015-11-07 14:49:31)

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#72 2015-11-11 06:46:03

Perfect Gentleman
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

applied patches to Version 46.0.2490.86 (64-bit)

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#73 2015-12-04 01:47:53

Perfect Gentleman
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

@gcarq, Chromium 47 is out.

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#74 2015-12-04 14:17:27

gcarq
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

Updated to version 47.0.2526.73.
I also added three new patches:

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#75 2015-12-04 15:47:00

Perfect Gentleman
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Re: Inox Browser - yet another Chromium Privacy Spin-off

thanx, gcarq

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