There's an awesome browser fingerprinting demo at amiunique.org
And I'm pleased to catch most (all?) of their fingerprinting techniques :)
@kravietz I gave up trying. Don't want to pretend to be running Linux or Mac otherwise everyone will be keep on saying that BSD is dying.
@saper Most of these are actually easy to hide and 100% voluntarily given out by browser
@kravietz Oh dear. They are telling me my preferred content language HTTP request header is all time _unique_. Let that sink in. I guess all my paranoia browser addons are useless if I let my browser tell websites that I speak German, British English, American English, and French, in a certain order of preference (no idea why I did that in the first place). 🤦♂️
Also, media devices are unique (understandable). Fonts are pretty bad. Oh dear. I guess that would mean disabling JS by default again.
@blipp Precisely, language was my first target too.
User agent was the second but these are quite fragmented too :)
But before you go any further just try with Tor Browser as this is perhaps the furthest you can go (no JS, addons)
@kravietz Good suggestion to try with Tor Browser, will do :)
here's one implementation that claims to be able to do this using css only