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Can I install Firefox addons on Tor Browser?
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The worst thing that can happen is that the add-on tries to access the internet and doesn't use Tor. --> that will destroy your anonymity and release your real IP address! Hopefully the worst thing ...

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Will Privacy Possum in Firefox equal the Tor Browser for anonymity?
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NO! Tor hides your IP address and this addon does not. do NOT change (especially install additional) addons in Tor Browser! Can I install Firefox addons on Tor Browser?

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Can I change the zoom level in tor browser (without affecting anonymity)?
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Update due to users comment and clarification: to be accurate, you asked 2 different questions: If I change zoom level with Ctrl++, does it happen entirely on my computer? yes, zooming should be ...

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Start Tor Browser maximized
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I'm not sure if it is the right reason but some time ago I read (I think at the Tails-documentation) that the browser always starts with the same resolution (and you shouldn't resize it) to make your ...

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VPN necessity for hosting a hidden service & maintaining anonymity?
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I'll make it short and easy: a VPN does nothing conducive to anonymity (it is neither beneficial nor redundant regarding to anonymity): https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq#IsTorLikeAVPN Easily ...

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Is there a "reason" for Orbot-tethering?
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it is not really an exact answer, but a good collection of suggestions related to this topic: You should, wherever possible, use tor on the local system. [...] If you can run Tor Browser on the ...

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How sending form data over HTTPS using TOR works
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[...] the HTTPS session is created between the exit node [...] and the target server [...] that's the point where your thinking/assumption gets wrong. Tor does not change the principle how HTTP, ...

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Why doing transparent proxy is a bad idea?
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usually yes... first the easiest one, because of error-proneness: i'm pretty sure the configuration (and code) of the mentioned projects is reviewed much more often than the configuration of someones ...

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i cant open tor. im from argentina and this is the error
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the messages are there for a reason... please read it and act accordingly: Received NETINFO cell with skewed time (OR:154.35.175.225:443): It seems that our clock is behind by 5 hours, 5 minutes, ...

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What is the problem here?
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the messages are there for a reason... please read it and act accordingly: Our clock is 5 hours, 32 minutes behind the time published in the consensus network status document (2019-02-03 18:00:00 ...

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What are all the suffixes for websites exclusive to Tor, or at least should be opened only on Tor, and how do I find more?
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.cc and .info are completely normal TLDs! to be more precise: .cc is a country code top-level domain (ccTLD) and .info is a generic top-level domain (gTLD). according to RFC 7686 .onion is reserved ...

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What is DuckDuckGo and how is it related to Tor browser?
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Tor Browser is a webbrowser focused on privacy and anonymous communication. DuckDuckGo is a web search which respects your privacy, avoids a filter bubble and even provides a hidden service: http://...

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Is it safe to open darknet websites on chrome?
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yes, it is very likely that you are track-able and depending on your settings and usage you may sooner or later reveal you identity. there are reasons why Tor Browser is based on Firefox and not on ...

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Is it safe to host tor hidden service website on my Raspberry Pi?
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But is it safe? like with every server: this depends on your setup/configuration. Will my ISP know that my network is always having access with tor? whether it is Tor or not, your ISP will always ...

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Tor on Apple IPad? Is it possible with only Cellular Data?
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Tor on iOS is impossible! ...whether you use cellular data, WiFi or landline. :-p macOS and iOS are two different operating systems. Tor resp. TorBrowser is available for Microsoft Windows, Apple ...

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Older versions of Tor
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it is neither advised to use an outdated version of Tor nor an old OS! - they are deprecated (mostly) for a reason resp. not supported any more by security concerned software. a possible solution ...

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How to use tor safely?
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TL;DR: you are not a relay neither an exit node by default! [...] other people traffic pass through my network [...] only if you configured your "Tor-software" to be an relay. and even if so, that ...

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How safe are Tor exit nodes.... really?
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well nobody will be able to tell you "How safe are they exactly", especially as long as you don't describe exactly what you mean with "see a user's traffic". but to make it easily understandable and ...

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Hiding my location anonymous email
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first if you are not sure how to work with Tor and TBB, i would highly recommend using Tails! if you use Tor for example your ISP can see that you use Tor, so if you don't want that, using a public ...

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Possible to run Tor router in headless ARM server
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for sure is it possible to run Tor headless also on an ARM server! (although i'm not sure if every ARM platform has precompiled packages...) for example here is a very detailed guide for the ...

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Why is Tor not illegal anywhere?
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well, for example in China Tor is blocked! you can also call it censorship or banning... the only way to use Tor in China is over a Bridge! maybe there is no law against Tor because it is anyway ...

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install latest tor on xp
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windows xp is absolutely EOL and highly insecure!!! - current firefox/torbrowser won't work on this outdated system anymore. not to mention that using outdated firefox/torbrowser is a bad idea and ...

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what is the recommended OS for accessing dark web through tor to maintain anonymity also using virtual machine?
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will it affect my anonymity if I use that OS through virtual machine in windows? yes it can! if the host OS is compromised it may be completely pointless what OS you are using in the VM. also ...

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Is OurStickys addon safe to use with TOR?
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NO! and this has nothing to do with a privacy policy or loading resp. not loading websites! nowadays nearly every website, app, etc. does have somewhere a statement, that they "care about privacy", ...

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Do Tor hidden services have human readable names and if so how does that work?
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no, Tor does not use human readable names. a DNS (the system used to resolve names to IP addresses at the clearweb, else you would also have to remember numbers like http://50.18.200.106) is a more or ...

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Tor failed to establish a tor Tor network connection
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the messages are there for a reason... please read it and act accordingly: Received directory with skewed time (DIRSERV:154.35.175.225:443): It seems that our clock is behind by 58 minutes, 35 ...

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Which repo for tor relay on Ubuntu Artful?
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you should instead upgrade the machine to Bionic Beaver (18.04 LTS) because Artful Aardvark (17.10) is no more supported and thus must be considered as outdated and insecure! if you are unable to ...

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What is the best practice for having an encrypted connection while connected to Tor?
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tl;dr: What is the best practice for having an encrypted connection while connected to Tor? all connections to and through Tor-network are encrypted! the only critical leg is the way from the exit ...

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Orbot browser Mobil device
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what is a "type-c Android mobile device"? anyway... the browser to use with Tor resp. Orbot on every android is Orfox. the Tor Browser for Android is still in alpha-phase and not recommended for now....

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Does entry node know the clients ipaddress?
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this question indicates that you should do some more research & reading to understand and use Tor safely. to make it clear in very easy (non-techy) words: Tor is NOT a type of connection (like ...

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