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Re: [tor-talk] Third-parties tracking me on Tor
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To me your issues sounds like an endpoint security problem, not Tor.
People don't just break the anonymity Tor provides and then just
comment on the cat pictures you are looking at on the internet, they
usually sell it where there is good money offered or report it back
and have it fixed by the tor developers.
I would make sure your system is free of malware or other local
snooping because what you've described would align in my mind with a
client-side problem, not something of the Tor network.
On 22/08/2014 15:51, Andrew F wrote:
> I have had people contact me while i was in a technical chat room
> and tell me not only what site I went to but the name of a file I
> down loaded.
> On Thu, Aug 21, 2014 at 4:54 PM, Anders Andersson
> <pipatron@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> After using Tor for some years I realized that third-parties
>> determine what sites I visit when watching my internet activity.
>> What do you mean by third-parties?
>>> When I visit hidden services how can they know what site it is
>>> or know
>> what site I visit that's not on Tor?
>> Why do you think they know?
>>> How did they know I was using TorMail when it was available and
>> content of the e-mail I sent?
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