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Browser fingerprinting is the idea to have a unique set of property which can identify a browser. When you are visiting a website your browser identifies to the webserver. The site Whats my user agent shows you this information. Usually you'll find the operating system (Windows, Linux, Mac, Android etc.), the name of your browser plus the version and maybe ...


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A browser fingerprint is a collection of info about a browser. When you visit a website, you send a variety of information, like screen size, installed fonts, and software versions; the site can also ask you for much more, as demonstrated by BrowserSpy. Like human fingerprints, browser fingerprints are usually unique. With your browser fingerprint ...


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I don't think so, at least natively. Looking at the manual for Tor, it doesn't look like there is any kind of functionality built in that would allow you to do that. Theoretically, you could do something with Docker containers. Spin up a new instance of Tor itself in a container with every new request but then you would need something to trigger the new ...


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No, there isn't a way to avoid going through your ISP. To avoid being detected as a Tor user, you need to use a pluggable transport. Unfortunately, there's no guarantee that your ISP won't learn you're a Tor user even when you use one, tho.


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Tor Browser uses several techniques that help to prevent the linking of sessions. These include Tor Browser forces cookies to be discarded at the end of the browsing session. Cookies are small pieces of data that websites use to keep notes on who you are. They are commonly used as a login token, or as an identifier for adveritsment companies to track you ...


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