thanks! what about these sites - they forced to imitate anti-fraud detectors, which mean complex of anonymise suspection tools)) so whatever paranoidal they are - they do, and those things they undercover are really cause to ban accounts, mark blacklist etc without other reason… as they can afford it))
there’s an update - after setting these zones, some later whonixcheck give me 3 warnings - so I used to get all in a place it was, so time will show, is it really sensitive to just change time to preffered zone for a working time, but there is a main question -
is whonix-workstation guest with time zone changed better or worse than windows guest or any other? I mean I worked with windows as guest VM via whonix-gateway and it was OK, so if I really need this option to be set (why it’s not deleted from workstation as for example root login if it’s as sensitive as root login?), instead of dedicated servers etc, would it be really worse then just previous experience with windows VM over whonix-gateway VM?
In general, I mean - what information changing timezone in workstation only, can dispose? tracking activity from the last workstation-VM in a chain? it’s OK, I control every activity on this working VM from its install to deletion, so if it will be exposed so there’s no care)) and anyway TOR gate will remain as safe and workstation is isolated from browser exploit attacks (AKA these pro-active java etc scripts), as only last VM in curcuit can be tracked in its activity?