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Being Anonymous 09/20/2020 (Sun) 16:51:00 [Preview] No. 14304
My Laptop wont install Qubes, I do not like to install it on my Desktop tho. I do some things about my privacy:>I run only free Software, besides my BIOS ( my OS is Void )>I use Icecat with disabled Javascript and a ordinary proxy>I encrypt all my stuff and compartmentalize as much as possibleIf you have some recommendations, just say it.So now the original question: What shall I do to be anonymous on the internet? Is Tor enough? Tor+Proxy? Lokinet? I2P? What do you use and why and for what? I am not criminal something, I do not have anything important to hide, but I still do want to be secure.


Anonymous 09/20/2020 (Sun) 17:18:17 [Preview] No.14305 del
>Is tor enough?
yeah
>Tor+Proxy?
Tor is a proxy
>I2P?
Based and redpilled. But it's nothing like tor. You can only go to eepsites using freenet
>Lokinet?
Noone uses it

I use those to be anonymous because i don't kneel to anyone.


Anonymous 10/29/2020 (Thu) 00:27:59 [Preview] No.14419 del
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Use a mail client to send and receive emails. This way you can eschew all the Javascript that comes with webmail. If your email service doesn't support mail clients then abandon and go with a service that does. Be aware that some email services do offer mail client support but only with a paid account, so if you have a free account then consider getting a paid account (if it's a good email service, that is.)
Here's a good list of different email clients
http://digdeep4orxw6psc33yxa2dgmuycj74zi6334xhxjlgppw6odvkzkiad.onion/ghost/email.html


Anonymous 10/30/2020 (Fri) 16:53:34 [Preview] No.14423 del
The only way to be somewhat close to anonymous on the internet today is using Tor.

I'd highly recommend you to use Tor in a Whonix VM (Whonix is better used in Qubes, but since you can't go with it just use Whonix in a KVM/QEMU VM)

Also remember to set a bridge (so this way your ISP won't know you're using Tor) and set Tor Browser to the Safest Security Level.


Anonymous 10/30/2020 (Fri) 19:45:54 [Preview] No.14424 del
test


sage sage 10/30/2020 (Fri) 23:24:56 [Preview] No.14425 del
>>14423
TOR is compromised software


Anonymous 10/31/2020 (Sat) 05:15:41 [Preview] No.14427 del
>> 14304
We have to appreciate what tor is doing, and isn't doing.

In tor, <browsing clearnet> you route through your likely persistent entry node, through a few other tor users who probably can't do much to you,
then you route through a short-duration persistent exit node which could be anyone and who can log and inspect everything about (and fiddle with) your traffic.

Assuming your traffic doesn't in any way identify you, while your (each) exit node host is maintaining a record of your exact browsing actions (and fiddling with them), he can't obviously relate them to you (unless he also owned your entry node, which is conjectured to be unlikely).

So in the event that you personally relate to any of the web content you are visiting, using tor is probably obviously damaging you.

It's a hard problem.

Do I run a proxy in another country, since that's harder to get to even if I paid for it, and thence connect to tor, so I'm telling my company that I'm using an off-shore proxy, and I'm telling my proxy I'm using tor?

Do I use tor to reach a proxy I paid for conventionally in another country, and then browse the internet from that proxy without tor nodes dabbling and logging?

tor is historically glowy, and is now (((not-for-profit))), and is unreasonably linked to (in exchange for (((donations)))) mozilla who are (((good))) guys.

If tor is honest (I didn't verify) then the model of connecting to hidden services seems safer from exit node meddling.


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Anonymous 10/31/2020 (Sat) 23:51:04 [Preview] No.14429 del
>>14304
>My Laptop wont install Qubes
Get a better laptop.
>Being Anonymous
The internet was not made with anonymity in mind, you are just putting bandages over it. You have never been and you will never be anonymous on the internet.


sage sage 11/01/2020 (Sun) 05:06:01 [Preview] No.14430 del
>>14427
Stop

writing

like

this



You sound retarded


Anonymous 11/01/2020 (Sun) 05:10:08 [Preview] No.14431 del
>>14428
https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/jul/29/us-government-funding-tor-18m-onion-router
https://www.businessinsider.com.au/claims-tor-funded-by-us-government-agencies-2018-3

That's just the start of it. One of it's financial sponsors is literally DARPA. You can look for it yourself

>>14429
>You have never been and you will never be anonymous on the internet.

Exactly. Just don't do anything wrong and you'll be more or less fine


Anonymous 11/01/2020 (Sun) 13:32:03 [Preview] No.14432 del
>>14431
That proves nothing, do you know how tor works? What does it matter who founds it? If it is used by the government to do spooky stuff, then you maybe understand that it's secure as shit


Anonymous 11/01/2020 (Sun) 13:32:57 [Preview] No.14433 del
>>14431
>Exactly. Just don't do anything wrong and you'll be more or less fine
faggot, if i didn't do anything wrong there's no reason to search me


sage sage 11/02/2020 (Mon) 21:06:04 [Preview] No.14439 del
>>14432
>That proves nothing, do you know how tor works?
>What does it matter who founds it?
>If it is used by the government to do spooky stuff, then you maybe understand that it's secure as shit

Why would they fund something they are allegedly fighting against? Use your head.

>>14433
This is a post


Anonymous 11/04/2020 (Wed) 14:28:53 [Preview] No.14440 del
>>14439
The cianiggers don't fight against Tor, they actually need Tor for their field operatives to have anonymous comms.
But that said, they do happen to control many of the exit nodes, so even though the protocol and code are legit, it's not as safe for non-cianiggers to use it, unless you stick exclusively with onion sites that you browse with a simple text browser such as Lynx (i.e. via "torsocks lynx" or similar). And preferably with a dedicated firewall box that drops all non-onion connections, just to be sure. Because it's not just javascript that can be used to exploit and de-anonymise you. The FBI has used exploits in some video players to catch "bad pedos" (anyone that's not part of their own agency or the elite globalhomo structure). Basic opsec goes a long aways here. And needless to say, you can't be running shit like Windows 10, SystemD, "desktop environments", or other bloatware crap that's bound to be full of bugs and backdoors. And they will fuck you via all this other bullshit regardless of whether you use Tor or not! But 99.999% of people don't realize this, because they've never used their brains to question anything whatsoever. They're too busy being addicted to consuming every new piece of garbage the industry releases, or the latest trends crap.


Anonymous 12/09/2020 (Wed) 12:54:30 [Preview] No.14519 del
>>14433
LOL. Fighting against your enlavement is wrong, goyim.


Anonymous 12/12/2020 (Sat) 16:39:44 [Preview] No.14520 del
I have been using Tails for a few weeks on my old HP netbook. I couldn't get the wifi drivers working without persistent bullshit storage, I had a TP-LINK chink thingy laying around and it fixed my problem. Fuck this WhooNOnosxsex thing. Tails works great and lets me download illegal files on my little device inside starbucks.


Anonymous 12/13/2020 (Sun) 00:06:19 [Preview] No.14521 del
>>14519
Underage poster detected


Nobody is being enslaved here. You can live off nothing in the woods for all your life and have a very frugal existence. You're free to do that or stick around the boundaries of society if you wish



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