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Check Out The Uncensored Hidden Wiki thwiki 02/08/2024 (Thu) 03:48 [Preview] No. 22074
Specially created as a copy from old and outdated hidden wikis, and serves as a resource to provide real and original onion links.

http://rk56xqf2gjses2o2wop56qw4rlonaor33s7c6nyqc6xqndpmar47acydTor is funded by US gov and jews

sage sage 02/08/2024 (Thu) 12:42 Id: f701bc [Preview] No.22075 del
>Tor is funded by US gov and jews

Reader 02/08/2024 (Thu) 16:59 Id: db395b [Preview] No.22078 del

VPN > Tor can be relatively secure depending what you do, which sites you go to, what kind of information you are giving away while using Tor, and of-course how you configure your Tor about:config settings (if you have WebGL, WebRTC or GeoAPI enabled forget any notion of privacy because all those functions are vulnerable to leaking your real IP address even behind a VPN). Hardening the browser and restricting certain protocols/functions is always essential for privacy. In addition to routine 35x gutmann bleaching sqlite browser cache in Tor profile directory after use it should be pretty damn secure and private when you use it.

Reader 02/08/2024 (Thu) 20:03 Id: f701bc [Preview] No.22080 del
Hey, if you trust a project majority funded by the federal government that privately tips off pre-patched vulnerabilities to the USBBG, go right ahead. Meanwhile as Tor's board of directors has names like Bruce Schneier, Cindy Cohn, Gabriella Coleman and Julius Mittenzwei - I'm staying off of that shit.

Reader 02/09/2024 (Fri) 02:32 Id: a1e863 [Preview] No.22081 del
It's best not to trust anything over the internet honestly, any computer you use no matter what security measures you take is still hackable. VPNs and onion routing can still be compromised too. That does not necessarily mean I desire not to use the internet at all of-course. With the right precaution, weighing in some previous tech research, there are options to maintain some level of privacy. Tor is open-source and is a Firefox fork after all. There a ton of online sources that teach people how to re-configure Firefox so it remains less vulnerable, increases privacy and reduces methods of invasive surveillance. Adding something like uMatrix and leaning how to control what sites and web content have access to your web browser helps too. All your online information (cookies, browser caches, visited site logs, etc)? You can erase all that using something like Bleachbit to wipe out the .sqlite databases stored in your browser profile directory. By doing so you could use each browser session for different activities and those are much harder to link to previous activities, and by switching your IP address every so often that makes any surveillance an even more grueling task, even for the alphabet agencies. Not saying you can completely dodge the NSA or anything like that, but using the right opsec can help make it harder to track everything you do. Unless you are a real threat to the government for whatever reason, I don't think you would need to worry too much.

Reader 02/10/2024 (Sat) 08:29 Id: d8420b [Preview] No.22093 del
> if you have WebGL, WebRTC or GeoAPI enabled
You realize all of that shit is disabled by default in Tor Browser?

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