Explain more about the implications of the autoconfig of Tor
… at the time we ask the consent question.
This could for example be hidden by default, and toggleable via a "?" button.
- Connect to Tor automatically (easier) (?) We recommend connecting to Tor automatically if you are on a public Wi-Fi network or if many people in your country use Tor to circumvent censorship. Toggle text on (?): Tails will connect to several public services to diagnose your Internet connection and try different ways to connect to Tor until it succeeds. Someone monitoring your Internet connection could identify this online traffic as coming from a Tails user. [[Learn more about how this auto-configuration works.]] - Hide to my local network that I'm connecting to Tor (safer) (?) You might need to go unnoticed if using Tor could look suspicious to someone who monitors your Internet connection. Toggle text on (?): Tails will only connect to Tor after you configured Tor bridges. Bridges are secret Tor relays that hide that you are connecting to Tor. Our team is doing its best to help you connect to Tor using the most discrete types of Tor bridges. You will have to do extra configuration if you don't know any Tor bridges yet, if you connect from a public Wi-Fi network, or if you are in the Eastern Hemisphere. [[Learn more about how Tor bridges hide that you connect to Tor.]]
To upload designs, you'll need to enable LFS and have an admin enable hashed storage. More information