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How would you propose this JavaScript code obtain the client's IP address? JS running in web browsers cannot run arbitrary commands on the host machine — that would be an extreme security violation. Pretty much every method of finding a client's IP address you'll find in online tutorials, such as this one, rely entirely on processing XHR requests to third-...


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There's nothing inherently bad about javascript on tor or i2p, but there is a concern about using badly written javascript. If you're using good code that doesn't 1. give away your personal information and 2. doesn't try to steal your visitor's personal information, then there's nothing wrong with it. If you're not a web developer and you want to use some ...


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