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What kind of hardware information VB know about host?


#22

do you mean that to find information about the CPU need to enable Javascript and install the application ? and whithout it site can not see this info?


#23

What kind of answers are you expecting ?
Yes , you can screw up your Anonymity by not being careful.
You should take some Time to read the Topics Patrick posted.

You get what you pay for … (oh wait , right)

Please, go for it then, solve those Problems . Or do you know a way how we could fix them? .
Enlighten us!

There will be no 100% safety or Anonymity (it always depends on your Adversary), if you are conscious of that , then you can act accordingly.

Maybe helpful :
https://www.torproject.org/docs/documentation.html.en
https://securityinabox.org/


https://help.riseup.net/en/security

(DEF CON 22 - Adrian Crenshaw- Dropping Docs on Darknets: How People Got Caught)
https://youtu.be/eQ2OZKitRwc"[quote="jack3d, post:22, topic:2501”]
do you mean that to find information about the CPU need to enable Javascript
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Yes


#24

Good day,

No. Like I said, the TBB has the necessary extension for this NOT included. It isn’t possible.

Have a nice day,

Ego


#25

Ego! Do u have tha same like me. When i run @sudo lshw@ in CPU i see my processor name and @serial: 0002-0652-0000-0000-0000-0000@ but its not my cpu serial. i asked on intel support wtf is this numbers mean. and they told me like its not intel code its like another crap. And when i run lshw on host i dont see this number. wtf is this?


#26

product: Intel® Core™ i3 CPU 540 @ 3.07GHz
vendor: Intel Corp.
physical id: 4
bus info: cpu@0
version: 6.5.2
serial: 0002-0652-0000-0000-0000-0000 (( WTF IS THIS???)))
slot: LGA1156
size: 3066MHz
capacity: 3800MHz
width: 64 bits
clock: 133MHz


#27

if i will use KVM (replaced virtualbox) will my hardware reliably hide? qubes i dont whant too use cuz it hard for notebook.

yes it will be hidden , so use KVM instead of vbox if ur computer support virtualization (very important to enable it from the bios).

recommendation:- use Debian + KVM (but not Ubuntu)


#28

Hi @TNT_BOM_BOM

Do you mind running new CPU info tests on Whonix KVM 13?

I filtered out even more CPU instructions that could be abused and added useful ones like aes for encryption acceleration. I need new data for documentation and wanted it to consistent with your previous machines.

http://phabricator.whonix.org/T449

Please post it here: Guest systems sees CPU of the Host


#29

Hi @TNT_BOM_BOM

hey HulaHoop , hru (long time)

Do you mind running new CPU info tests on Whonix KVM 13?

i meant the old test whonix 12 + kvm

I filtered out even more CPU instructions that could be abused and added useful ones like aes for encryption acceleration. I need new data for documentation and wanted it to consistent with your previous machines.

sure thing :wink:


#30

TNT do u try this variant dated 2013year. http://tty.org.ru/node/182 look on it. u dont know russian but u can see where is config edited


#31

TNT what do u think?


#32

yeah i c , but its not very clear if u can have it with english version thats would be good.