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Re: [tor-talk] Hiding stuff
> On 07/13/2012 02:15 PM, antispam06@xxxxxxx wrote:
>> On Fri, Jul 13, 2012, at 13:41, Praedor Atrebates wrote:
>>> Would not cpu/system data get hidden if you ran tor browser inside an
>> Yes, an emulator with Tails. But, why should people have to do all that
>> and install so many packages just to fix a Hole in the browser?
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> My main interest in emulators and/or VMs is to be able to use tor
> and STILL defeat tracking. Tor gives you ip X and the VM provides a
> flash. That is my wish/desire anyway. There are simply too many
> I'd still like to be able to use them without losing anonymity.
My non-offical project supports  that. Java and Flash do not leak IP
There is some protection against hardware fingerprinting as well. 
Remaining issues (flashcookies, which can track you across multiple
sessions and so on) are also documented.  Don't hold your breath for
fixing the remaining flash issues, I am certainly not going to do it.
That would require a flash rewrite with privacy protection (project like
gnash, which isn't a big success yet).
You can build such system also from source or manually build it, it's
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