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If you can identify _a single person_ on the TOR network with the TOR Browser, across several sessions, just with the data you are describing and without false positives, it will probably make a case but those attacks are well-know since 2k8 and so far no one has made the same claims you firmly believe, so unless you know something that no-one in the world, then for the common "TOR user", those who use the integrated TOR Browser are in good standing just by disabling JS alone. If you are THAT paranoid, you should already know that you shouldn't use the integrated browser itself, since you are loosing half the battle just there by giving your adversaries a well-known attack vector.

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