To beat evercookies, it is suggested that one uses a live CD that is used by many people, such as tails. And to make it even harder to uniquely identify the browser PC, run the live CD in a vmware virtual machine so the hardware is identical to millions of others. And randomly change the virtual MAC address with a script in every power-up so even native execution (like ActiveX or trojans) is hopeless. And of course access the internet only through TOR, and do it via another PC that is set up as a gateway (non-TOR gateway) and firewall so that Flash and all active content is forced through TOR too. Are there weaknesses not accounted for in the above anonymity setup? Notice it is desirable to survive intrusions due to security holes in the browser or operating system. Is this achieved above?