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Yes. It's possible to fingerprint clients in this way. There are even some existing tools that implement this. However, it appears to not be very accurate. It might be able to recognize a major browser type (e.g., Firefox, Chrome, Safari), but it's unlikely to be able to accurately identify the version number, and any fingerprints obtained in this way ...


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Yes, you can perform some fingerprinting of SSL traffic. Although you may find fingerprinting a client hard as most of them will be using one of the common libraries such as openssl. So you may be able to fingerprint different versions of these libraries as opposed to curl vs firefox vs wget.



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