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What’s the most secure way to obtain & use a computer

All you need is a bitcoin cleaning service and a degree in computer science. Clean some BTC Use it at an online retailer which accepts BTC for a raspberry pi Have it mailed to a secure mail ...
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What’s the most secure way to obtain & use a computer

You might want to consider buying a computer, wiping the hard drive clean, then installing an open source operating system that does not 'call home' (at least, not without asking your permission first)...
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File sharing with compromised Windows machine

If the machine is untrusted, it should not be connected to the network. If you know that it could have malware on it and are unsure of the actual malwares, connecting it to the network could open ...
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Onion Routing Encryption

Your assumption is correct. When a client sends a request to an onion service, it first makes a connection to the first relay in the circuit, then sends a payload to this first relay. The first ...
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Why don’t routers request permission when attempting to connect to an unknown address? (Or why do they still assume every connection is trustworthy?)

Why don’t routers request permission when attempting to connect to an unknown address? Routers don't "connect" to addresses. They just forward packets: it is the client who is initiating ...
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Trying to decrypt my home network

You need the full handshake. Without it you have only the traffic after the handshake and not the keys. To capture the handshake you have 2 options: disconnect and reconnect a client from the network ...
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