For example: https://pdfcandy.com/pdf-ocr.html has a limit on how many times I can use a feature per hour, but if I use an incognito tab I can easily bypass that.

But with https://ichigoreader.com/upload (don't judge I'm trying to translate a horror manga I like) Even going as far as creating a new identity on Tor, it KNOWS it's me and doesn't let me go beyond the limit.

Does anyone have any ideas?

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    Questions on how to bypass security measures or other limits for your own gain are off-topic here. If you want to know what techniques there are in general for tracking/identifying users - there are already questions about this here. Jan 19 at 19:28
  • I don't know how often TOR switches exit nodes and if it can be done manually. If you're on the same one, you're using the same IP address. Jan 19 at 21:19
  • Does this answer your question? How to fight browser fingerprinting?
    – mentallurg
    Jan 19 at 22:07
  • If I were the site maintainer, I wouldn't even try to recognize you. There would be no need. I would classify and recognize the manga.
    – LSerni
    Jan 19 at 23:38
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    You tagged this with the easiest answer: cookies.
    – schroeder
    Jan 20 at 8:59


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