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Re: [tor-talk] Hardened Tor Browser for Windows
On 18 October 2016 at 03:18, Mirimir <mirimir@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 10/17/2016 06:50 PM, I wrote:
>>> Running Tor on Windows makes little sense,
>> Didn't Roger ask for more operating system diversity and mention Windows?
> Maybe he did. Cite?
> But nevertheless, in my opinion, Windows is too snoopy.
For the record, I'm not personally opposed to the telemetry in
Windows, in context. But I am curious whether the data gathered by
Microsoft could deanonymize a Tor user by, eg, pinpointing Tor usage
within a specific time frame, given a number of assumptions about an
observer's ability to correlate multiple visits to a surveilled site
and so on. I imagine Microsoft would not willingly divulge such info
("tell us everything about everyone using Tor at these moments" isn't
much of a warrant) but the possibility is what interests me.
My guess is that the answer is probably no, at least not practically,
but I wouldn't want to stake my life on it.
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