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No, even if the user is using dark mode, light mode, or some other theme (system theme or app theme), this cannot be used to fingerprint the user if they are using the Tor browser. Detecting dark mode or light mode does not even work with the Tor browser. This does not affect the user's anonymity, privacy, or security in any way. Normally you can use CSS, ...


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It's not clear if that story is true or not: https://krebsonsecurity.com/2014/09/dread-pirate-sunk-by-leaky-captcha/ https://krebsonsecurity.com/2014/10/silk-road-lawyers-poke-holes-in-fbis-story/ But generally, your onion service can directly leak personal information in two ways: Onion service connects to a third-party server without connecting through ...


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This post on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/TOR/comments/8x7dwj/why_public_wifi/ is a good source to answer this question. As one Reddit use stated, if your Internet Service Provider can see you are using Tor (assuming you directly connecting to the guard node) and is also the Internet Service Provider of the connection endpoint like the website (which is ...


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Last year Tor enabled a feature which returns randomized image data when a website attempts to extract an image from the canvas. This is better seen by looking at the image on https://browserleaks.com/canvas. Each time you refresh the webpage, the image should change. So the canvas is intentionally unique, but changes so that you cannot be tracked by it. ...


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