I have two questions about using whonix.
If I use sys-whonix as the networkVM for (example) untrustedVM, I use just “normal” firefox within tor network. If I use anon-whonix as “untrustedVM”, then I use tor-browser within tor network AND I’m on whonix-woirkstation as well. So it’s not so useful to surf the web via tor network (or to surf onion network) with the “normal” firefox and “normal” fedora/debian. Therefore it’s better to surf directly via anon-whonix and to clone it for each VM I want to use tor within, isn’t it?
If I want to have an extra circuit for each VM, where I use tor, I need to clone sys-whonix and make it the netVM for each anon-whonix-clone, right?
using scripts in tor browser is the safe way to deanonymize myself. So it has no sense to use it for websites, which need scripting, isn’t it?