Good Tor Behaviours

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AirGap Anonymity Collective

Using Tor does not ensure your anonymity, there are many many ways that you can be de-anonymised. You will always leave footprints. If you do leave a footprint in error then your job is to try to make them “65 million year old hard to find fossilised dinosaur” footprints and not “freshly pressed custom-made initialled Nike” footprints.

There are all sorts of “novel attack vectors” that can be used to identify Tor users. Developing a counter-surveillance and anonymity mindset while following disciplined behavioural habits combined with the correct installation and isolation of your Tor presence will avoid 99% of the ways that Tor users have their identities exposed.

Try to eliminate the most blatantly obvious technical and non-technical behaviours that will compromise the integrity of your anonymous identity online. Use Tor consistently:

  1. Don’t use Tor at home, in your hotel room, at your favourite coffee house;
  2. Watch out for & monitor for DNS leaks

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AirGap Anonymity Collective

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