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Yes Tor Browser does a great job of preventing DNS Leaks. Even torsock on the Linux CLI does an admirable job of preventing DNS Leaks for Linux CLI apps. I did some testing on my own with several apps and saw this for myself. If you ever do find a DNS leak, that would be considered to be a major security hole and would be fixed ASAP. I can't tell you all ...


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Only the developers of TBB could answer your question with 100% accuracy. A couple of possible reasons include: The TBB developers haven't gotten around to it yet -- either flipping the switch, or (probably more likely) doing an analysis of the privacy trade-offs that would result from enabling such a setting; or The TBB developers are dead-set against ...


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Yes it is possible. But if your client accept resolving Onion addresses through SOCKS proxy. As an example, if you are developing own code, here is the way you should build your socket using UnresolvedSocket. If you are planning your own hidden mail server, you can configure hidden mail server behind TOR. My blog post about configuring hidden mail service. ...


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