How might I install WebRTC on my TOR browser (on Ubuntu)? Is there a plugin available? Is there a way to download some binary code and place it in a file and change some settings? What options might you know of?
I KNOW this might seem stupid at first, but just hear me out. I use both firefox and chrome for my daily activities, though I wanted a browser for Linux/Ubuntu that I could use without the "Sending of private info" back to their mother companies.
I had a few options:
1) Go into all the settings in firefox/chrome and try finding everything to disable, and pray that I didn't miss anything, as well as (AND MORE IMPORTANTLY) do the same thing every time there is an update.
2) Get TOR, disable the proxy/onion portion, and use it normally, and trust TOR won't be doing any personal data sending now or in the future, which I very much trust.
I decided to go with option 2, and I can now run it as a normal browser (without any proxies protecting my IP) but with confidence that the application level privacy is strong (no sending data to the big companies).
THE ISSUE: TOR disables WebRTC (the binary code isn't included), and for good reason.
SINCE I use a lot of applications online that use WebRTC, I am looking for a way to install it. I understand that this opens holes for the IP being leaked, though for my specific needs that isn't an issue.