The state of being anonymous. Meaning: not identified by name and not having outstanding, individual, or unusual features that enable identification.

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What is the ideal anonymous workstation setup?

My goal is to build a perfect stationary workstation from which I can work anonymously. Most instructions on being anonymous usually involve, at some point, moving around and switching from coffee ...
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Store which parts of an IP address, for user to remain anonymous?

I'm thinking about building a very anonymous forum, where people can comment and upvote each other's comments anonymously. People are supposed to remain anonymous even if the forum's database contents ...
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What is known about recent zero day flaw with Tails and what level of confidence can we put on Tails to be able to keep us anonymous?

Following is a excerpt from COMPUTERWORLD Yesterday, in talking about the zero-day vulnerability in Tails, Exodus Intelligence wrote: "We publicized the fact that we’ve discovered these ...
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How to anonymize contributors while still keeping attribution?

Imagine a CMS with authentication where the author of each article has to be stored in the database. Now I want to make it harder to analyze (by crawling or stealing the database) who has written ...
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Multiple gateways (Whonix with Tails)?

I've been reading Whonix's documentation and threads here to be more anonymous and secure. For the best anonymity Whonix recommends having two different computers, one being the gateway and the other ...
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Possibility of Correlating Certain User Groups in low-latency Networks

Lets first asume some things: It exists an adversary It exists a to the adversary known Group of Users of a certain System. The User can communicate to the System through a small set of (to user and ...
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Could remailers achieve their goals under conditions of ubiquitous (total) surveillance?

I am not certain but I am afraid that the answer to the question would be negative, if the following arguments couldn't be clearly refuted: A sender of a message has to choose a (first) node of the ...