PureOS tolerates unencrypted web access in Mozilla applications by default
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PureOS should install package xul-ext-https-everywhere by default, to help use encrypted wev access where possible.

That package should be included in the default set in calamares and debian-installer.

For the record, I do not personally agree with this issue (I don't use said addon myself): This issue is derived from T147 which in turn is derived from a request by @zlatan.todoric

jonas.smedegaard added a subscriber: mak.

@mak I believe you are the one orchestrating what constitutes "default install of PureOS".

xul-ext-https-everywhere now recommended by the metapackages pureos-gnome and pureos-plasma.

(Keeping this issue open until the change reaches green).

jonas.smedegaard changed the title from "purebrowser - tolerates unencrypted web access in Mozilla applications by default" to "PureOS tolerates unencrypted web access in Mozilla applications by default".Aug 11 2018, 1:01 PM
jonas.smedegaard added a project: Restricted Project.

This issue should be fixed by now (60.1.0esr-2pureos1 released to landing on August 17th).

jonas.smedegaard closed this task as "Resolved".Aug 20 2018, 11:56 AM

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