Device fingerprinting is one of the biggest privacy problems as explained because people think cleaning cookies, using proxy servers or blocking domains can protect them (when blacklisted trackers simply ask a whitelisted tracker to iframe their code from a new domain).
Tor might fix the problem but it isn't practical because 99% of people don't use Tor and Tor users don't use it for 99% of their online activity, maybe because of security concerns about exist node for HTTP traffic, heavy attacks against Tor network from nosy governments, or just speed problem. We need a solution for normal web browsers.
is there any software to add/remove/change parameters naturally with one click? (if ThreatMetrix's claim is true about CPU clock time differentials to create perfect fingerprints and detect any proxy or how far our PC is located from server then i guess no software can help.)
When Firefox is open source is there any patch to make one-time NP-complete natural fingerprint in private browsing mode and became haystack ? or we have to wait several more years for no reason?