multiple prefixes

Andre Tomt andre at
Thu Feb 14 22:55:20 CET 2013

On 14. feb. 2013 21:09, Scott Weeks wrote:
> --- andre at wrote:
> From: Andre Tomt <andre at>
> Don't worry - they have far better and easier ways of tracking you. They
> probably do not even want to bother with IP addresses as it is nowhere
> near a reliable eyeball-identifier compared to the alternatives :-)
> -----------------------------------------------
> Write a script to delete and then recreate a user and run it daily from your crontab.
> Set the browser to deny cookies or "ask every time".
> Use multiple ISPs so you come from different prefixes.
> Make sure to clear your flash cookies, too
> Did I miss anything?  ;-)
> scott

 From the top of my head, browser fingerprinting:

Your browser fingerprint appears to be unique among the 2,713,965 tested 
so far.

Currently, we estimate that your browser has a fingerprint that conveys 
at least 21.37 bits of identifying information.

Sigh ;) Better start rotating browsers and plugins. Or maybe not.

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