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If you want to stay anonymous, you need to think about every step when using your mail provider. Registering your account Accessing your mail account Reading your mails Writing your mails You have to assume that your mail provider saves every step you do in your account. This seems especially true for GMail, but also it is also true for others. So when you ...


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You can't. If you want to stay anonymous, you cannot send an email through Gmail as you will lose your anonymity. One of the main things not to do while using Tor is to use Google services since your emails are not private and can easily be read and traced. No email service is completely anonymous though there are certain email services which are more ...


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Tor clients keep a pool of circuits and may use several circuits simultaneously for streams depending on factors such as exit policies, stream isolation, etc. So there is generally not a single "in-use" circuit. And it's not quite true that a circuit is used for only a max of 10 minutes. Generally a circuit is marked as "dirty" (unusable ...


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There are no exits in Israel (or at least with the il country code): https://metrics.torproject.org/rs.html#search/country:il%20flag:exit Updated link to show only exit relays.


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Configure your torrc file with ExitNodes using the county you wish your circuit to exit, restart Tor, then use torsocks with wget or curl.


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If any country censoring Tor, such as Iran or China, decided to host bridge relays, won't they be able to figure out where Tor users are and then could take action? They can learn the IP addresses of Tor users that connect to their bridge relays. How easily they can identify a single person, find their location, and take disciplinary action probably depends ...


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It is possible, but highly unlikely. No matter what steps are taken, true anonymity is never possible. If someone was running an illegal business, the authorities would eventually find them and arrest them. Nobody is ever completely anonymous and can be identified if there was enough effort into doing so. It takes just one vulnerability in an illegal ...


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