[HackerNews] Patch Tor Browser Bug to Prevent Tracking of Your Online Activities

Open-source Tor browser has been updated to version 10.0.18 with fixes for multiple issues, including a privacy-defeating bug that could be used to uniquely fingerprint users across different browsers based on the apps installed on a computer.
In addition to updating Tor to 0.4.5.9, the browser’s Android version has been upgraded to Firefox to version 89.1.1, alongside incorporating patches

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