What does it mean? Do you think it is the computer's IP address or something? Mailing address? rofl!
What it actually states in VirtualBox is...
"When checked, the Physical Address Extension (PAE) feature of the host CPU will be exposed to the virtual machine."
So what is PAE?
"In computing, Physical Address Extension (PAE) is a feature to allow 32-bit IA-32 central processing units (CPUs) to access a physical address space (including random access memory and memory mapped devices) larger than 4 gigabytes."
Lots of systems and even open source vm platforms use PAE. Why EXACTLY is it bad? What can be done with it? Especially with the NX bit (non-executable) that Patrick/adrelanos mentioned.
Please. This is such a weak basis for a claim like this. I take this as more subjective evidence that your claims about Whonix security leaks are not likely to be authentic.
The problem is not your bad english here. It is that you talk in a maniac teenager tone that makes you come across as not very genuine or believable.
Old school? How about High school? lol
Look, you did come back and verbally claim several specifics, even if some of them were vague. So your warnings of specific leaks likely should maybe be tested out and reported by the technical minds of the Whonix community.
But don't you see that ANYBODY could come here and ANONYMOUSLY say a bunch of false crap like this in a combative ranting teenager tone of voice, just to watch people in our community emotionally squirm and react and waste OUR TIME on a false claim.
If you want to be taken seriously, and have real impact with your warning, then why don't you show some more professionalism and offer something beyond just mere verbal claims of what you experienced in Whonix. If what you're saying is true, then you could have already achieved this impact in about the same amount of time as your multiple teenage rants. Why would you waste your time emotionally ranting like a kid, if all of this is true and you wanted to warn people in a believable way?
Do what Patrick suggested you do...
Open up a new thread for each individual security vulnerability you are claiming.
Say when you do X input, Y security leak occurs, and Z information is exposed.
Do something like this and be taken more seriously.
Hell, since I depend upon Whonix, I'll SERIOUSLY even send 1,000 Euros in Bitcoin, to you personally, or a charity of your personal choosing, if you prove your claims and expose Whonix as being a honeypot.
Show us that you're for real. Prove it.