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#1

Users are still mostly concerned about how to increase their tunnel lengths, combining VPNs with Tor etc. I think there is very little awareness for deanonymization that are not IP based.

Pages such as https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Surfing_Posting_Blogging probably do not get shared so much by users. It contains too much still useful but various advice. It’s not enough on a specific topic, therefore got also bad SEO.

Therefore a few pages I am referring to as standalone pages have recently been created by me. For example the following two since these imo deserve generally (also outside of Whonxi) more awareness.

These are also useful as handy references when wanting to provide someone with a reference (that then lists other references).

The way I imagine to implement them is with wiki templates.

For example there is the standalone page:
https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Malware

Based on the wiki template:
https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Template:Malware

Which is also part of:
https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Computer_Security_Education

Other lower priority stubs would like to see transformed from a stub into enough documentation at some point in future:


#2

Will creating the relevant stubs that redirect to this page be better for SEO?

I am wary of dismantling this page into many small fragments because users will miss something. They might not bother reading every linked page if they judge its name not interesting enough.

On this page I try to provide a concise bird’s eye view of every deanonymization vector to make people aware while no losing them over verbose details.


#3

HulaHoop:

Will creating the relevant stubs that redirect to this page be better
for SEO?

Yes, because then it can get its own meta description, meta title as
well as meta image.

I am wary of dismantling this page into many small fragments because
users will miss something. They might not bother reading every linked
page if they judge its name not interesting enough.

These standalone pages don’t need to be linked anywhere in any index.
Not even in the full documentation
index
.

They’re useful as references, to be found from search engines, for
advocacy blog posts and perhaps sometimes to be posted in the forums.
Just another attempt at information management by be. Somehow getting
our information format that works for these purposes.

On this page I try to provide a concise bird’s eye view of every
deanonymization vector to make people aware while no losing them over
verbose details.

Yes, that page is great to have.