According to this FAQ from the EFF, Freedom Host had a publicly visible IP address that allowed the FBI to physically seize their server:
In December 2014, the FBI received a tip from a foreign law
enforcement agency that a Tor Hidden Service site called “Playpen” was
hosting child pornography and that its actual IP address was publicly
visible and ...
In the Tor Browser profile directory (the directory where you normally could find the prefs.js file had it been there - but it doesn't need to actually pre-exist) create a file named user.js with the following contents:
The commenter, womble, is correct.
Tor does not use the DNS (Domain Name Service) that the rest of the apps on your computer uses therefore you can't block any websites via domain requests. It also does not read your local hosts file so you can't redirect websites via that method either.
Tor, by its very nature, will not allow censorship.
Here is an ...
Don't use the Tor browser; use Tor and proxy Firefox through it.
There's nothing special with Tor, it has just a different TLD.
The regular cookie management extensions should work except you're using an old version of the browser which doesn't support the newer WebExtensions API.
Hope you find Cookie Autodelete useful.
Tor Browser is just a normal web browser except that it works to keep you anonymous. You can do anything with it that you can do on any other browser.
With that said, there are a few things that must be said:
If the company doesn't allow anonymous transactions or doesn't allow people using Tor to use their website, then you can't use Tor Browser
As soon as ...
The easy answer is that you don't. The Tor Manual says:
Tor Browser must be kept updated at all times. If you continue to use
an outdated version of the software, you may be vulnerable to serious
security flaws that compromise your privacy and anonymity.
Tor Browser will prompt you to update the software once a new version
has been released: ...
It appears to be a url redirection issue.
When I open the https://read.amazon.com link on Firefox, it redirects to https://www.amazon.com/ap/signin?openid.assoc_handle=amzn_kweb&openid.return_to=https%3A%2F%2Fread.amazon.com%2F&openid.mode=checkid_setup&openid.ns=http%3A%2F%2Fspecs.openid.net%2Fauth%2F2.0&openid.identity=http%3A%2F%2Fspecs....