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Learn how identifiable you are on the Internet
Anti-detect and fingerprint-resisting are more or less marketing buzzwords. They don't say how they do it. At least on the surface. Most of them are probably just doing some slight blocking and spoofing, but retain several fingerprinting vectors. Some sites for you to check out (and remember to double and triple check, because poisoning changes your fingerprint from refresh/revisit or per session[close browser], depending on how it's done): https://www.deviceinfo.me/ -- https://noscriptfingerprint.com/ -- https://abrahamjuliot.github.io/creepjs/ -- https://browserleaks.com/ -- https://browseraudit.com/ -- https://amiunique.org/ -- https://fingerprint.pet-portal.eu/?menu=1# -- https://coveryourtracks.eff.org/ --
Source code for privacytests.org. Includes browser testing code and site rendering.
You might want to test your browser fingerprinting resistance and see if it works. This test will perform a number of fingerprinting techniques and give you a detailed overview of which bits of information are more unique than others, the lower the number for every bit, the better for resisting fingerprinting. Also take a look at these tests to keep track of different privacy features each browser has for major browsers on different platforms. Again, Tor is the most reliable for this purpose. You can use Firefox or Brave for normal browsing and keep Tor in case you need it.
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