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This guide will walk you through the process step-by-step.
- Reveal User Information: Some scripts can access and transmit user data without explicit consent.
- Increase Vulnerability to Exploits: Malicious scripts can exploit vulnerabilities, putting users at risk.
- Impact Performance: Too many scripts can slow down page loading times.
In the context of Tor, these concerns are magnified due to the very essence of the browser: ensuring privacy and anonymity.
Step 1: Launch the Tor Browser.
Step 2: On the top right corner, locate and click on the shield-like “Security Level” icon.
Step 3: A new tab titled “Security Settings” will open. Here, you’ll find three security levels: Standard, Safer, and Safest.
Step 5: Close the tab. Your settings will be automatically saved.
Potential Limitations and Considerations
- Altered Browsing Experience: Sites may not display or function as intended, potentially affecting usability.
Conclusion and Best Practices
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