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TBB's generalization beats Brave's randomization. If you view a product page on Amazon using TBB, then go off and read product reviews on another site for a while, then go back to Amazon, Amazon won't be able to tell that the two product views are from the same user. All Amazon will be able to tell is that the two views are from people using TBB. If you ...


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Tor browser does not use regular dns, instead, it queries DNS through exit nodes using a custom cell. Ref: https://tor.stackexchange.com/a/26/17825 Tor clients do not, in general, directly do DNS requests. When you open a connection through the tor network you usually ask your client (on its socks ports) to connect you to a hostname and port, say www....


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Considering torrc default onion port is 80 and your nginx is configured to listen on port 8080, you should change the option HiddenServicePort to reflect that HiddenServicePort VIRTPORT [TARGET] Configure a virtual port VIRTPORT for a hidden service. You may use this option multiple times; each time applies to the service using the most recent ...


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Yes, correct, it should be some nicely round number. Sadly, there are still some bugs in the implementation. The ones I've observed myself are: high-DPI screens can be at fault (issue 40081) zooming (issue 32253) I could not find any bugs indicating that fitting a window to the screen could cause this, as suggested by Alexey. If that is what you observe, ...


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It's a bug that will be fixed soon, see: https://gitlab.torproject.org/tpo/applications/tor-browser/-/issues/40506


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The reason here is obvious: your OS did the window resize "to fit on screen"


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In case you want to build (compile) and install Tor from source code, you can follow these steps: Step 1: Install pre-requisites, in this example I used a Debian based GNU Linux distribution: sudo apt install -y git build-essential automake libevent-dev libssl-dev zlib1g-dev Step 2: Clone Tor from git.torproject.org: git clone https://git.torproject.org/tor....


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In case you want to protect your communication from your ISP, the best practice would be to use Tor over VPN. A VPN establishes an encrypted tunnel between your device and the VPN server, concealing your true IP address and your activities from your ISP and any hackers or malicious individuals who might be monitoring the network. Using Tor with a VPN gives ...


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