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HTML 5?: 3/4/2014 20:31:05

Ibrahimkhan1212
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So, I was wondering if Warlight (Fizzer) has any intention of creating a HTML 5 version, with no need of flash?


No pressure, nor criticism; just wondering.

Edited 3/5/2014 23:35:26
HTML 5?: 3/4/2014 20:35:23


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would be alot harder i would think... i have a little bit of experience with HTML but not with flash so i don't know but incorporating the java script would be quite hard i imagine... i am new to coding so it may not be quite as hard as i am thinking...
HTML 5?: 3/6/2014 13:33:23


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there aren't that many advantages to porting it to html5 at this point, the main advantage would have been before the mobile versions were done imho. so yeah, i doubt Fizzer is planning to go that road even though myself would prefer warlight to be in html5 instead of flash. i just don't like flash.
HTML 5?: 3/8/2014 04:09:35

Ibrahimkhan1212
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So at a location, the network has a firewall which blocks certain websites. Tor can be used to bypass, however flash is very hard to get to work in tor bundle. HTML5 works though.

Any suggestions?
HTML 5?: 3/8/2014 09:27:50


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learn to configure tor correctly. It's not that hard to make flash games work on it..
HTML 5?: 3/10/2014 10:37:53


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maybe flash is trying to connect to other ports other then the standard html port and that's what's not being handled properly by tor? html5 would have same issue.

best way to bypass a firewall is to get a vpn tunnel working. you might need to route it through some whitelisted ports or addresses. you'll need your own machine with vpn waiting for you on the other side of the rainbow though.
HTML 5?: 3/10/2014 19:47:21

Ibrahimkhan1212
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Ah, I considered tunneling. But since they have a blacklist that is dynamic, is it possible that they could find the IP of the computer which I am connecting to, and blacklist it?

As per configuring flash, could you please elaborate? It is not as easy to do on a portable installation of the Tor bundle, as it is on Firefox with the Tor button. I have attempted to research, and configure, but I did not have success.

Is there a way that chrome could be configured to use Tor?

Thanks for all your responses.
HTML 5?: 3/11/2014 10:59:46


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Ah, I considered tunneling. But since they have a blacklist that is dynamic, is it possible that they could find the IP of the computer which I am connecting to, and blacklist it?


depends on how you configure it and how dynamic their dynamic firewall is. firewalls aren't automatically dynamic, they either have a whitelist or blacklist listings system in place, and an admin that adds/removes ip ranges, ports and services (network traffic of a certain protocol) accordingly to monitored abuse. so if you're using something that is whitelisted (by address, like a common unknown site; by port, like the standard web port; by service, like a common encrypted website connection) you can connect. you can also use ports typically assigned to something else more whitelisted (like i dont know, outgoing email). if your main problem is the target ip you'll need to have a proxy setup on a whitelisted machine/iprange.

that being said, if you work in a place that doesn't let you use your computer at will, you should probably consider working somewhere more work friendly. unless you're one of those people without self-control over their distractions / procastination habits.

As per configuring flash, could you please elaborate? It is not as easy to do on a portable installation of the Tor bundle, as it is on Firefox with the Tor button. I have attempted to research, and configure, but I did not have success.


no clue, haven't used it.

Is there a way that chrome could be configured to use Tor?


yes. i think you're using the tor browser bundle from
https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser.html.en
and that comes with a modified version of firefox. but technically speaking you can install tor as a service on the machine itself and have _all_ your connections go through tor, not just your standard browser requests (like the the bundle does). or atleast you used to be able to install that, maybe now they only have the browser bundle available as a standard download and you need to dig deeper to find the other stuff?! it will also depend on what permissions you have to install software on your machine at work ofcourse.

Edited 3/11/2014 15:26:08
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