About http request of browser.

Fabian Keil freebsd-listen at fabiankeil.de
Thu Feb 8 20:48:32 UTC 2007

devel <dev001 at pas-world.com> wrote:

> In some cases when OS version or architecture are not popular, I think
> that browser HTTP request can be bad for anonymity.

It's not a problem to use a less common User-Agent string,
as long as you regenerate it between visits.

Have a look at:
if you're using Privoxy and/or a browser that understands
Mozilla prefs.js files.

You might also want to have a look at the or-talk
archive, your discovery isn't exactly hot news here.

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