So tracking is getting even trickier, it seems canvas fingerprinting would work in any browser that supports HTML5 and is pretty hard to stop as a user, as it’s a basic feature (a website instructing your browser to draw an image using canvas). And it turns out, every single browser will draw the image slightly […]
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Now this is another interesting attack vector using little bits of data not many people consider. I have heard about this kind of technique before and considered how it’d be done myself. Finally someone has put together a public version of a tool that can tell you how unique your browser footprint is. As for […]