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if you want to use tor for certain applications you can also use proxychains and tor[commandline] together install tor sudo apt-get install tor proxychains -y Use proxychains proxychains curl -s https://ifconfig.me [for checking public ip address of sender] u can proxify any networking command line application by preceeding proxyhains before it by ...


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If the ISP can reveal that the IP address/port pair you're talking to is a Tor bridge, then yes, that means they can determine that when you send traffic to that IP address/port pair that you are using Tor. Perhaps, if you are subject to a regime that considers private communication to be, ipso facto, evidence of something unsavoury, then yes, using Tor ...


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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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I recommend looking into DNS over HTTPS for any clearnet traffic that you may be touching, including if you are running your own exit node: Here is an example along with instructions on running your own. I am running my own at https://jcdns.fun to experiment with it and have both my Firefox Nightly browser and Chromium browsers pointed at it for all DNS ...


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