On Tuesday, 26 September 2017 03:10:37 UTC+1, Drew White wrote:
> On Saturday, 23 September 2017 11:39:31 UTC+10, Person wrote:
> > These are all very good tips, but to be honest, I'm not actually doing
> > anything too serious on Qubes so tracking is not that bad (but privacy is
> > still valuable).
> > How would changing the web user agent fare? I tried it, and I believe it
> > works well, but I am not sure what happens to the tracking. Of course,
> > adding another OS in a Qubes VM would work well too, but it takes much more
> > effort.
> There is so much more that one would need to do to protect privacy.
> Either you want privacy and do everything within your power, or else you
> User Agent, doesn't mean much these days, they can still query the browser
> directly, unless you change all that information too.
> Tracking.. not everyone obeys the "do not track me" settings.
> I have one guest for this forum. I have one guest for another thing, and so
> I have multiple NetVMs and multiple ProxyVMs.
> I run anywhere between 5 and 25 guests at any one time.
> I run Debian, Slackware, CentOS, Windows 3.11,95,98,2000,xp,7,8,10 (32 and 64
> bit versions of available). I run OSX, ESXi, PFSense, Android 4, 5, 6, 7,
> Qubes 1,2,3, XEN, PASOS, COFFEE, OS/2, Also many many tools that I run for
> attaching external HDDs and running tools on them.
> I keep privacy between them, but I also try to keep my privacy online by
> running VPNs and TOR and VPN through TOR. All for different tasks and
> accesses and security requirements.
Would having 2 APP VMs, each connecting to ProxyVM and VPNVM, connecting to
FirewallVM be OK with you? (The VPN VM "exiting" the internet not from your
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