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It appears that having Guard-Exit node in Tor increase the probability of deanonymizing the client compare to Guard and exit node separately. To put it in a nutshell if a node at times could become your Guard node and at other times cancould become your exit node even in a same session (look at this question for reference What is the risk of guard relay and exit relay being one and the same?), it might be able to integrate these information and thus facilitate client deanonymization. For further reference also please look at this question Why does adding a Guard-Exit (EE) node in Tor yield more catch probability than adding a guard and exit node separately?

Under these circumstances, why would Tor allow Guard-Exit node?

It appears that having Guard-Exit node in Tor increase the probability of deanonymizing the client compare to Guard and exit node separately. To put it in a nutshell if a node at times could become your Guard node and at other times can become your exit node even in a same session (look at this question for reference What is the risk of guard relay and exit relay being one and the same?), it might be able to integrate these information and thus facilitate client deanonymization. For further reference also please look at this question Why does adding a Guard-Exit (EE) node in Tor yield more catch probability than adding a guard and exit node separately?

Under these circumstances, why would Tor allow Guard-Exit node?

It appears that having Guard-Exit node in Tor increase the probability of deanonymizing the client compare to Guard and exit node separately. To put it in a nutshell if a node at times could become your Guard node and at other times could become your exit node even in a same session (look at this question for reference What is the risk of guard relay and exit relay being one and the same?), it might be able to integrate these information and thus facilitate client deanonymization. For further reference also please look at this question Why does adding a Guard-Exit (EE) node in Tor yield more catch probability than adding a guard and exit node separately?

Under these circumstances, why would Tor allow Guard-Exit node?

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What is the risk of Guard-Exit node in Tor compare to compare to Guard and exit node separately?

It appears that having Guard-Exit node in Tor increase the probability of deanonymizing the client compare to Guard and exit node separately. To put it in a nutshell if a node at times could become your Guard node and at other times can become your exit node even in a same session (look at this question for reference What is the risk of guard relay and exit relay being one and the same?), it might be able to integrate these information and thus facilitate client deanonymization. For further reference also please look at this question also enter link description hereWhy does adding a Guard-Exit (EE) node in Tor yield more catch probability than adding a guard and exit node separately? Why

Under these circumstances, why would Tor allow Guard-Exit node?

What is the risk of Guard-Exit node in Tor compare to compare to Guard and exit node separately?

It appears that having Guard-Exit node in Tor increase the probability of deanonymizing the client compare to Guard and exit node separately. To put it in nutshell if a node at times could become your Guard node and at other times can become your exit node even in a same session (look at this question for reference it might be able to integrate these information and thus facilitate client deanonymization. For reference please look at this question also enter link description here Why would Tor allow Guard-Exit node?

What is the risk of Guard-Exit node in Tor compare to Guard and exit node separately?

It appears that having Guard-Exit node in Tor increase the probability of deanonymizing the client compare to Guard and exit node separately. To put it in a nutshell if a node at times could become your Guard node and at other times can become your exit node even in a same session (look at this question for reference What is the risk of guard relay and exit relay being one and the same?), it might be able to integrate these information and thus facilitate client deanonymization. For further reference also please look at this question Why does adding a Guard-Exit (EE) node in Tor yield more catch probability than adding a guard and exit node separately?

Under these circumstances, why would Tor allow Guard-Exit node?

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