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Building onion websites is generally no different than building regular websites. The main difference is the underlying connection protocol and not the website itself. You build onion websites using the same tools such as a web server (Apache, Nginx, etc), the documents (HTML, css, etc), and server-side languages (PHP, NodeJS, etc). There is no special ...


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I'm not sure what exactly you mean here; but if you're trying to run a onion service you don't have to deal with JavaScript at all if you don't want to. Just don't include any JavaScript code on the webpages/services you plan to offer via the onion service. If you meant how you can disable all web servers from delivering JavaScript to the websites you visit, ...


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first part: no, they will not be going separately, because the browser(a tweaked Firefox = Tor browser) can not know what to separate from what. second part: it depends on the browser you're using. For true firefox use FoxyProxy add-on to route all the things properly


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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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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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I found if I do this then go to old.reddit.com it works much better. If you don't change the about:config settings Tor won't let you connect to old.reddit.com I cannot reproduce this. The old reddit layout (https://old.reddit.com/) works just fine for me without any tweaks whatsoever. Is it okay to set the Security setting to Safest then change the about:...


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