Researcher claims to identify Tor users by mouse movements
A Barcelona-based security researcher has developed a proof-of-concept that he claims can identify Tor users based how they move their mice.
Norte said if a website is able to generate a unique fingerprint that identifies each user that enters the page then it is possible to track a user's activity and correlate visits with that user.
Security researcher Lukasz Olejnik told Motherboard he doubted Norte's findings and said a threat actor would need much more information, such as acceleration, angle of curvature, curvature distance, and other data, to uniquely fingerprint a user.
SCMagazine.com attempted to contact the Tor Project for comment, but it has yet to respond. However, it appears that developers are looking into the issue based on two official bug reports that mention Norte's exploits.