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There are different kind of traces that can allow to identify what you do/have done. First, there are the traces at the target. Here once you have gone through TOR, it is hard to identify you, except from fingerprints from your system. And even in that case, the target will identify that different connections come from the same system, but still be unable to ...


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Here I let a you a link to an explanation of all attacks that you can suffer if you use Tor. Tor can't hide all tracks. That's why crackers(black hat hackers) use MV, VPN(like Tor) and zombie computers, to make them more difficult to track. They will never be safe, they only earn enough time just, not to be discovered. That's why Tor recommend you to change ...


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Keep in mind that TOR provides anonymity, but not necessarily security. For example, say that the government where you live has banned parsnips for being too vulgar, and anyone caught even looking at them online is thrown into jail. But you still like reading about parsnips, but you don't want the government to know that you're a deviant for fear of being ...


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Tor is a secure program or in another word it connects a machine to the anonymity network securely on whichever network is used be it a public WiFi, organization's WiFi or home WiFi. If it is not blocked you can expect same level of anonymity everywhere, until you do few things which reveal your identity on the public web but never on your local network.


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You cannot hide how much data you are sending and when you are online. But, Tor encrypts data and sends it through proxies before it reaches the target server, so that hides the contents of the communication and to which website or server you are talking. You can also try to hide that you are using Tor, but this is difficult and a determined ISP will be able ...


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Virtual machines and emulators by themselves do not really add any kind of anonymity. Using VPN or similar technologies (i.e. Tor) hide at least your current public IP address. But hiding only the public IP is far from being anonymous. If you are for example logged into the apps or have associated an account with the Android system then none of these ...


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