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comment How to fight browser fingerprinting?
I think I should link the 2010 evercookie. Its goal is to identify a client even after they've removed standard cookies, Flash cookies (Local Shared Objects or LSOs), and others.
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accepted Is using 'dot' and 'at' in email addresses in public text still useful?
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comment Couldn't websites that want to track our activity just store the data in the DOM?
aren't websites cached? that would give a slightly greater expiration to 'DOM-stored tracking information' than just memory.
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accepted Can robots.txt for your face be made effective?
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comment Can robots.txt for your face be made effective?
@Adnan why of course! I'm having a hard time choosing here because both answers are quite different; can't help I like the lesser upvoted one.
Nov
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comment How can PayPal spoof emails so easily to say it comes from someone else?
Why does clients, including webclient-based mails, allow clicking links on emails at all? Browsers go a big way to notify me that 'this website is dangerous', make sure 'you are aware of the risks when adding a certification exception', or that 'any downloaded file is potentially dangerous to open or execute in any form'. What's wrong with email clients?
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revised Is using 'dot' and 'at' in email addresses in public text still useful?
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asked Is using 'dot' and 'at' in email addresses in public text still useful?
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Jun
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comment How likely/possible is it that the NSA have broken common encryption techniques such as SSL/TLS?
thank you very much for the links! off-note (meta): afaik, links are "discouraged" only when no other information is given in an answer/quetsion, but when the information is provided on-site, as citation sources they are encouraged. or at least this is how I thought and what makes sense to me. either way, thank you very much!
Jun
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comment How likely/possible is it that the NSA have broken common encryption techniques such as SSL/TLS?
could you please add some links/citations to "know" (quantum computers, efficient breaking, etc.)
Jun
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comment Can robots.txt for your face be made effective?
under the lights of current news, a friend asked: is the PR ISM program named after the all-seeing-eye at the top of the pyramid? What to answer this.