• yeolsongarak
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    1 year ago

    You either use TOR (only way to browse without an unique fingerprint) or have a hardened Firefox without using most sites that could potentially track you.

    Browserleaks is not extensive but it gives you a good idea of how to reduce that fingerprint https://browserleaks.com . Another option is to use https://github.com/arkenfox/user.js but be sure to read their wiki

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    1 year ago

    @snek_boi Hi.

    Actually it’s really hard *not* to have a unique fingerprint and any addon you would install will rapidly make it harder.

    If your goal is to avoir having a unique fingerprint, I think it’s better to navigate through Tor. If it’s not, I think you can install some addons (try to avoid having too many of them and those which have been known by the community since a certain time, so your browser stays smooth and you reduce security risks).

  • §ɦṛɛɗɗịɛ ßịⱺ𝔩ⱺɠịᵴŧ
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    1 year ago

    The Brave Browser has fantastic finger print blocking as it sends randomized information each time any service attempts to finger print your browser. Maybe start using Brave and forget about the issue? Its a chromium browser which by default blocks ad’s and trackers too. I’d recommend increasing the tracking and fingerprint security in the settings though.