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It's better to avoid it because they can be used to fingerprint you, but if you do need some customization and keep privacy - use a QubesOS's disposable VM's with all the customizations you need


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The issue is not OS-dependent, it's how the hardware works. You need to examine the following in your BIOS(it may need updates if you have an old one): Is the legacy boot enabled? If not, the USB drives will not be among the list of the devices that are searched at the very first phase of the boot-up process to look for an operating system loader Is your ...


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I do recommend you QubesOS instead of Tails, but the requirements are basically the same: At least a dual-core chip with true two cores, i.e. don't forget about Intel HyperThreading's virtual cores At least 8Gb of RAM. Yes, 8 - and not 4 or smaller, because you need some RAM for your regular tasks to run smoothly 256Gb fast SSD - so disk will not ruin your ...


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Well, first of all - it looks like the Log line is correct, but in Windows you need to try a combo of the following - and not just in Tor, it happens everywhere: Try to make a double slashes, i.e. use \\ instead of \ - it's a libC related implementation bug: a single slash is a shielding symbol for the next character, so if the config value is not processed ...


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Well, it looks like they're using a Cloudflare or a similar service to do tor blocking and CDN service. They do track you as you're using their service, so - discard them, there's nothing more you can do from your side


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It does load just fine from EU. They will just block tor traffic, because, like, who activates his cc via tor won't do good, they think.


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