Advanced Security Guide Introduction
Before reading or applying instructions in the Advanced Security Guide, users should first review information found in the Computer Security Education and Basic Security Guide sections.
Users are also recommended to learn more about the following topics:
- Anonymizing MAC Addresses: Readers interested in this topic can also read the development discussion and draw their own conclusions.
- Connections between Whonix-Gateway and Whonix-Workstation.
- Restrict TransPort: Explained under Whonix-Workstation is firewalled.
- Stream Isolation.
- Time Attacks.
- Whonix Design: Technically-minded users can review the recommendations on how less-than-ideal specifications could be improved.
- Whonix Documentation: Some application-specific documentation will have no relevance, but a thorough study of various entries will increase the user's awareness and gradually improve anonymity and security practices.
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