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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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Don't use your private home connection for running an Exit node! Exit nodes are blocked heavily and can expect many attacks. If you still want to use your own internet connection for normal activities like browsing or sending e-mails then allot of services will block you because they know your IP address is also running an Exit node. Instead of running an ...


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This is not a bug, but instead it is a part of how it was designed. We had a fairly lengthy discussion on whether or not we should force Tor Browser to "lie" about it's resolution here: To summarize: Websites get current window size via JavaScript. Everytime you load a page or change the window size, the page can get this information. This is not ...


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You made a statement and didn't ask a question, but anyway... There is a third party tool called torbrowser-Launcher that is incorporated into many Linux distributions. This will automatically download the latest version of Tor Browser direction from the Tor website, it will check GPG keys to make sure they are correct, and it will even make icons for your ...


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