Endwall 06/28/2020 (Sun) 06:16:36 No.1547 del
Anything you can do to isolate the tor daemon from the system or its running processes will help. I'm running it as a user with a custom torrc. If you can first run firejail or bubble wrap, or chroot it and get the tor daemon to still function it might help. I consider the linux/unix environment potentially hostile to the user and a potential source of packet inspection. Basically linux can be used to keylog the users and destroy the anonimity factor in real time or in post analysis. If there is key logging with an output beacon on your machine, you don't have privacy, and Tor Browser isn't going to help you with anonymity. If there is malware that can mess with the tor daemon as it's running, then it might be wise to try to isolate the process, so yeah probably a good idea. I'll try running it with firejail it probably won't work. If you get a setup like that and find it beneficial, please post the steps and instructions here. Thanks.