[tor-talk] Spoofing a browser profile to prevent fingerprinting
Seth David Schoen
schoen at eff.org
Wed Jul 30 03:21:43 UTC 2014
> The risk from doing that, of course, is that each user will tend to
> customize their NoScript profile in a distinct way. And that will allow
> websites to tell them apart.
> Even so, Panopticlick can't report anything about that. For that, one
> would need a version of Panopticlick that's restricted to assessing and
> comparing Tor browser profiles. Right?
Yes, ultimately to make the numbers be meaningful in this sense,
they'd need to measure everything that's realistically measureable by
an adversary, and then they would need a current representative sample
of browsers (or of Tor Browser configurations).
Seth Schoen <schoen at eff.org>
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