It seems that the issue of fake/spoofed onion sites is becoming more and more of a problem.
The situation is such that on some more popular sites an incorrect keystroke may expose the user to malicious software, theft of credentials, government scrutiny, or simply fraud.
The lack of a central authority in the Tor network is such that there is no practical means of removing these entities. Therefore, it is incumbent upon the user to put in place practices which will prevent visits to unintended destinations.
Of course no human is perfect, and a failsafe should exist to avert this threat. That then begs the question:
Does the Tor Browser Bundle have the capability of blacklisting, either manually or through a subscription, spoofed sites? Can this be implemented , perhaps via a plug in or added feature?