Interesting: you can fingerprint people based on their browser extensions, and LinkedIn has been doing so for years github.com/dandrews/nefarious- #privacy

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@x0rz I just went through all my extensions and set them to "enable on click" which I just found in chrome. I wonder if that'll help, I did it for performance and to avoid any nefarious actions on sites I don't want extensions to run on

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@mattgen88 @x0rz

In #Chrome you can easily setup #JavaScript execution to be disabled by default and enables by #web site.

#JS can do much more than fingerprinting: bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug. (be careful with what you click... ;-)

Another example: rain-1.github.io/in-browser-lo

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