Tor (short for The onion router) is a system intended to enable online anonymity. Tor client software routes Internet traffic through a worldwide volunteer network of servers in order to conceal a user's location or usage from anyone conducting network surveillance or traffic analysis.

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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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Facebook is not detecting TOR activities. is that a good or bad?

I use TOR to visit Facebook because I have to bypass some proxies. The point is, I can access without any problem, and my identity on Facebook changes according to the exit node. But when I visit ...
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How do I analyze traffic chain when using both Tor and a browser-configured proxy

For example, I have set up the Tor network in Debian. I then set up proxy in Iceweasel browser (via the Preferences). How can I examine the traffic chain to determine if browser requests first go ...
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Whonix Signature verification failure

I've downloaded Whonix images and I have successfully imported the signing key (https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Whonix_Signing_Key). I have also established trust for the said key and verified that by ...
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Hidden TrueCrypt Container containing the Tor Browser Bundle

I'm considering using a hidden TrueCrypt container to keep a Tor browser bundle copy which could save bookmarks. In this case, would the TBB leave traces on the OS it started with? E.g. I use my ...
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How should I configure my Tor-dedicated firewall for optimum security?

I'm setting up a Tor-based isolating proxy using the 'Anonymizing Middlebox' iptables rules specified here: https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/TransparentProxy i.e. iptables -t nat ...
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Make my SSH I treat like VPN more anonymous

I have a VPS (although I could easily upgrade to a dedicated server) which I use as a "poor man's VPN" by tunneling through it. My aim is to improve this server so anyone attempting to track me has ...
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Is it suspicious that mail server sends traffic to Tor Exit node?

I am monitoring the outbound traffic from mail server through IDS and recently I observed there were some traffic sending to Tor Exit nodes from mail server, for example, IP 46.183.85.124. After doing ...
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Setting specific geoIP in piratebrower

I'm using Piratebrowser. In-order to set specific country's IP, I used the line "ExitNodes {in}" Its working. I'm getting Indian IP in dnsleaktest; but my geolocation is getting a Japan ...
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What is the difference between traffic co-relation attack and timing attack?(with relation to VPN or TOR)

Till what I have understood of timing attack is that I send 5Mb request and my VPN also sends a 5Mb request(the adversary present at both the ends i.e my ISP and VPN's end,hence the adversary finding ...
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How 'private' is my setup?

I'm currently running QubesOS (so essentially a virtualized Fedora operating system), which I use to access an offshore VPS through I2P (using garliccat). I then route all my traffic through the VPS ...
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Theoretical VPN and Tor Encryption Chain

Okay, so I've been looking around at the benefits of using tor to access you vpn and vice versa. Here's what I've come up with: VPN -> Tor Pros: Hides Tor usages from isp Hides your activities ...
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What registrars support *.onion TLD as a Subject Alternative Name, and how does validation work?

I'm interested in obtaining a .onion TLD in my SAN name from a public CA. Which Public CAs support .onion TLDs and what is the validation process like (e.g. Whois isn't available for ToR) Update: ...