https://tilde.black did exactly that this morning. We now have Onion-Location enabled so if you visit the site in the tor-browser you'll be prompted to swap over to the tor version automatically. So cool.
@tomasino wait are you telling me...I can access the regular web in the Tor browser?! Is there any reason not to switch?
@acdw if you want to do stuff with webrtc or service-workers you'll find those blocked in tor-browser. You'll also have the load-time overhead of onion routing, but if you're not in a hurry by all means make tor-browser your daily driver. It helps the network as a whole to have more traffic moving.
@tomasino so I'm hearing everything but like, my banks would work on Tor browser. And maybe even them. I don't think I use webworkers or anything like that when browsing, but let's find out by breaking stuff!
Awesome, thanks 😁😁
@acdw yeah, bank should be fine. Tor-browser leaves JS enabled by default. If your bank does IP geofencing then you may run into issues if your exit node is international.
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