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Browser Security Settings in Onion Browser 2.0
To adjust browser security settings, go to the Settings MenuDefault Settings. You may block JavaScript by changing "Content Policy" to "Strict" in this menu. You can then whitelist JavaScript for sites you trust by going back to the Host Settings list, clicking ➕ , entering in the domain for the website (i.e. "propublica.org"), and configuring custom settings for this site.

February 9, 2018:
CRITICAL ISSUE: Users of iOS 11 and Onion Browser 2.0.X may have their IP address revealed to websites that use WebRTC.

This currently affects all iOS browsers (revealing a user's real IP address even if a user is behind a VPN), including Red Onion and other Tor-based browsers. A mitigation is being worked on and will be released in the coming days.

For now, the only defense is to disable JavaScript -- see the section above regarding JS blocking and whitelisting sites that you trust.

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