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PaleOnion

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A Tor onion browser based on Palemoon (for Linux, BSD, and Unix)

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This is the initial version of PaleOnion, a Tor Browser based on Palemoon for optimied speed and better usability. Please feel free to contribute to making it better. Most of all remember, this is an initial version and WILL have problems.

Check out our other tor services:
www.tadisdef.ml
or our tor relays nicknamed "tadisdef00paleonion"

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2014-05-08

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