Does logging out of an Ubuntu “guest session” remove all traces of any data in use during the session, such as files created, files opened, etc.? At first glance, the guest sessions seem like they would be quite anonymous with respect to traces of activity that could be recovered by someone else after you logged out of the session and shut down the PC.
Also, is it possible to install and use the Tor web browser during a guest session? If so, I assume you’d have to keep reinstalling it for use during any subsequent guest session? Would all traces of the Tor web browser application be removed and unrecoverable after you logged out (i.e. supposedly just like other data/files used during the session)?