[LINK] Panopticlick - uniquely identifying browsers, without cookies

Birch, Jim Jim.Birch at dhhs.tas.gov.au
Wed May 19 16:24:11 AEST 2010

> Thanks for pointing to this:
>    http://panopticlick.eff.org

Ditto.  I'm unique in fonts and in FF plugins.

Multiplying out the factors gives me about 10^22. Cool?  

But I do have javascript disabled by default, which gives me a one in
318,716 match which is still pretty identifiable. 

Looks like I need a random swapper and a plugin of the day installer.



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