Saturday, June 6, 2015

PirateSnoop Browser Portable, Censhorship killed!
"Most importantly, they can be a valuable tool to users who want or need unfettered internet access -- critics of harsh regimes in their home countries, for instance." —Matt Kamen, wired.co.uk (07 January 2015)
"'Nazi Germany had less censorship than we have today on the Internet,' the PS team informs TorrentFreak." —Andy, TorrentFreak.com (January 6, 2015)
PirateSnoop - Censhorship killed!
   PirateSnoop is a bundle package of Iron Chrome with special extensions and some custom configs that allows you to circumvent censorship that certain countries such as Iran, North Korea, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Denmark, Italy and Ireland!

PirateSnoopPortable_1.0a_on_Iron_39.0.2171.65.paf
Size: 192 MB (202,047,488 bytes) Packed Size: 55.7 MB (58,413,056 bytes)
MD5: 209662576DD96163997278DDA0E27BE3
SHA-1: F3E49981AF12F822214314B222B11CD72ACE3F62

Notes (included in the help.htm):
» This customized Iron—a Chromium-based browser—can still run Flash Player (NPAPI/npswf.dll), Silverlight, and Java.
» You can get newer Flash player portable build at PCR’s notepad blog—use the one for Firefox 32-bit.
» Java/JRE portable (32/64-bit) are available from PortableApps.com.
» Silverlight portable (32/64-bit) are available on our ThumbApps blog.
» More in the help.htm...[]