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This new feature is called, "Letterboxing" Tor Browser, in its default mode, is starting with a content window rounded to a multiple of 200px x 100px to prevent fingerprinting the screen dimensions. The strategy here is to put all users in a couple of buckets to make it harder to single them out. That worked until users started to resize their ...


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This is probably going to be based more on how your OS works but I will try to answer the question. First, the easy one. In Firefox or any other normal browser, you can go to file:/// to browse your local filesystem. This function is not available in Tor Browser if you don't have access to the / directory. The error is: Access to the file was denied ...


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In the Tor Browser profile directory (the directory where you normally could find the prefs.js file had it been there - but it doesn't need to actually pre-exist) create a file named user.js with the following contents: user_pref("app.update.auto", false); user_pref("app.update.idletime", 5555555); user_pref("app.update.interval", 777555777); user_pref("...


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I am new on TOR, I don't know if TOR saves my cache, cookies or any kind of data locally on my pc They are saved into RAM only as long as the browser is working otherwise most websites would not work because they require cookies. When you close all browser tabs and windows, they are gone. So do you guys have any ideas that can help me? Mostly just ...


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