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  1. Hi! I've been a long-time AirVPN user and I love the service and the fact that it's run by people who truly believe in their mission and not as a commercial venture. I've been wondering if it might be a good thing to do to use a VM with another OS/browser, through another AirVpn server for websites that have access to my personal data. I've set the VM up, but it's not as fast as my host system, perhaps because I'm using an intergrated GPU? I'm not sure if inserting a dedicated GPU could improve performance (I have a good one lying around), but it still would be more hassle anyway to browse the Internet this way. Do you guys think it's worth it? Otherwise, are there any good and convenient methods to obfuscate your identity and avoid fingerprinting? Could using Torbrowser, for example, be a better solution? (I'm already using https://airvpn.org/topic/15769-how-to-harden-firefox-extreme-edition/?hl=fingerprinting this Firefox setup and I'm getting quite a low fingerprinting rating, btw) Thanks!
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