I have a proxy set up on my network which I can route traffic over TOR. I watched this video whch was very helpful understanding the privacy issues : Is TOR Still Anonymous? and How Were People Caught Using TOR? - YouTube
I understand that if you use a user account on TOR then via your normal IP you are compromised, this is not the issue I want clarity on. It is more to do with network traffic at the TOR client level.
I have one machine that is isolated, only ever talks over TOR and internet user accounts are only ever used on that machine so it doesn’t leak (at least from a network / account perspective).
However if there is a “leaky user” somewhere else on the network using the same proxy and therefore TOR client , perhaps facebook, what is the implication? Assuming the proxy itself is not compromised.
Is TOR client traffic / session suitably isolated so the leaky client can never be correlated to my isolated client? Or could traffic going through my TOR client be associated?