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    “For people in need of privacy against targeted tracking, Lockdown mode seems to be a decent way to easily reduce some attack surface, especially with how easy it is to enable.”

    No. If anything lockdown mode will be uncommon, so enabling it will provide entropy that aids tracking.

    The purpose of lockdown is solely the removal of attack surface for code exploits.

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      Conclusion talks about preventing tracking. Isn’t that all wrong? I thought it’s to limit attack surface and make the lives of black-hats for hire, like nso group, harder. Specifically for people who are at risk of being attacked by those (eg., human rights activists, opposition politicians ..)