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Is it possible to install and use Flash Player whilst running under a Tor enabled browser. I have seen a version compiled to run under Windows but don't want to go backwards! I am running Ubuntu 10.10.
I am looking to access UK sites with content that's not available outside of the UK, which use Flash Player but the TOR software I have installed does not include it and I cannot see a way to load it. If you switch Tor off the Flash Player is enabled.
I found out you can enable the add on's under a preference tab, hidden, but when this is on it allows access to the IP etc, so is not secure. In effect I cannot use it for what I want, OK no problem. Closed thread.