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If I used a VM, installed a VPN on that VM then used Tor with the VPN is that overkill?

I'd like to browse around and see what it's like but I don't want to end up being followed or attacked, idc if the government was to see it haha just don't want malicious users attacking me down there
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Don't do it they will touch your butt
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C4 wroteDon't do it they will touch your butt


you're so useless sometimes haha
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There's never such thing as overkill when it comes to the deep web. I would also say install linux on the VM
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Bro, trust me you do not wanna see whats on the web.
Curiosity should stay curiosity in this case.
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Maj wroteThere's never such thing as overkill when it comes to the deep web. I would also say install linux on the VM


Im running Ubuntu on it
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Skates wroteBro, trust me you do not wanna see whats on the web.
Curiosity should stay curiosity in this case.


I'm a comp sci student going for my bachelors, not a click happy kid, i was just wondering if it was the safest way, i know theres no such thing as 100% security but was looking for a decently safe route,

trust me if you think shit is weird down there, you haven't met me
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I didn't even hide any thing I just keep a clean install of Windows 7 on hand when I do sketchy shit like browser the deep web. I never had a issue.
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Tor alone is very well secured, but with everything there is always a way around it. Backdoors more specifically.

News all the time is reporting that the FBI, NSA and such have backdoors into it all. It may be true, might not.

I used to use proxychains and Tor, seemed pretty good with that setup.
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Sys wroteTor alone is very well secured, but with everything there is always a way around it. Backdoors more specifically.

News all the time is reporting that the FBI, NSA and such have backdoors into it all. It may be true, might not.

I used to use proxychains and Tor, seemed pretty good with that setup.


Like I said idc for the government, not looking to do anything illegal, just have a look around, i'll have a look around thanks man
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