Sorry for the stupid question, but if I log in a website with tor inside a VM, can the website detect it’s a VM and know my real device fingerprint? Such mac address, host IP and host OS?

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In general yes, the public IP would be the same for host and VM, as seen from the Internet. But since you are Tor this is redundant.

I don’t understand that: it’s the real IP visible or not? When the request goes out from the VM to the Host, it’s through tor node or real IP?

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I don’t understand that: it’s the real IP visible or not?

To software running in the vm it is visible. To websites you view with tor browser it is probably not. You may want to disable javascript which has a very high potential to be used in exploits for unknown leaks.

If you don’t want your ip to be visible for software in the vm you should have a look at whonix or a similiar setup.

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If you don’t want your ip to be visible for software in the vm you should have a look at whonix or a similiar setup

I remember that, made 1 time just out of curiosity. I think i’m going with that.

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