Since you said
fingerprinting, I thought you were working on this page: https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Protocol-Leak-Protection_and_Fingerprinting-Protection That page has some obvious flaws.
Instead you were working on https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Security_in_Real_World. I must say for that page, I wasn’t too unhappy with it before. That page was supposed to show attacks we know that happened in the real world, i.e. deanonymization attacks used
in the wild rather than theoretic. Making the point why Whonix works.
Perhaps the examples on that page could have been written more clearly. Or more examples where something went wrong outside of Whonix where Whonix was fine could be added since no one kept track with all the developments adding all the Whonix non-issues (but good show cases) there.
Security in Real World
Real World Examples that are Protected by using Whonix
Some real world examples that are protected by using Whonix:
Looks like we talked past each other. Somehow the above must have communicated something else.
Now the original purpose of that page isn’t served anymore. The content before these show case examples is so much that this is easily overlooked.
I wonder where the newly content created fits better. Some of the newly created content may fit better here (since quite comprehensive, technical, and non-actionable) perhaps in existing page(s) or new page(s)?