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Re: Qué es un bueno csv lista para el nuevo Firefox 52+ sistema.whiteli

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Subject: Re: Qué es un bueno csv lista para el nuevo Firefox 52+ sistema.whitelist anti-font-fingerprinting Variable?
From: Chaya Eve <ashkenazieve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2017 21:29:42 -0500
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Encima Sentado, 24 *Jun 2017 03:02:49 +0100, Bien Guy <hello.world@xxxxxxxxxxx>
escribió:

> Podría me recuerdas lo que  dices sobre asuntos de intimidad cuándo alguien 
> sabe lo que *fonts tengo en mi sistema?

Qué no quieres ser es único o cercano a único:
*https://*amiunique.*org/*fp

Esto explica el *fingerprinting proceso en detalle bueno.
*https://Www.bamsoftware.com/charlas/*fc15-*fontfp/*fontfp.*html

Este artículo dice hay al menos 145 sitios populares que *fingerprint:
*http://*akademie.*dw.*de/*digitalsafety/Vuestro-navegadores-*fingerprints-y-qué-a-reducir-les/

Esto uno dice que pueden *uniquely identificar sobre 90% de #prpers!
*http://Www.zdnet.com/artículo/no-escondiendo-de-esto-nuevo-web-*fingerprinting-*tech-pero-un-navegador-lata-todavía-escondrijo-vuestro-*id/

Este artículo dice este *fingerprint-herramienta de detective detectará
*fingerprinting sitios de web:
*http://espectro.*ieee.*org/*tech-Charla/*telecom/el internet/superior-*websites-en secreto-pista-vuestro-navegador-*fingerprint
*https://www.cosic.esat.*kuleuven.Ser/*fpdetective/ (incluye código de fuente)
*http://www.darkreading.com/riesgo-navegador/de administración-*fingerprinting-9-hechos/*d/*d-*id/1112056

Esto es una explicación corta del *font proceso de listado.
*https://*browserleaks.*com/*fonts
*https://*wiki.*mozilla.*org/*Fingerprinting (Explican cómo para parar él)

Esto da *defense recomendaciones (cuál *entails utilizando un *pristine VM).
*http://Www.networkworld.com/artículo/2884026/seguridad0/navegador-*fingerprints-y-por qué-ellos-es-tan-duro-a-borrar.*html

Esto es demasiado complicado para mí, pero es un "*fingerprinting" biblioteca.
*https://*github.*com/*Valve/*fingerprintjs2

Esto es una herramienta que presuntamente *randomizes vuestro *font *fingerprint:
*https://*superuser.*com/Cuestiona/897027/qué-a-impedir-*fingerprinting-*via-*font-la enumeración

Y nosotros tendrían que ser prudentes no para confundir *font con tela *fingerprinting.
*https://Www.propublica.org/artículo/conoce-el-*online-*tracking-dispositivo-aquello-es-virtualmente-imposible-a-bloquear

El concepto es bastante bien *summarized aquí para *Firefox *font *scraping:
*https://*bugzilla.*mozilla.*org/Espectáculo_*bug.*cgi?*id=1121643

Y *summarized aquí para el *Tor-basado *Firefox *font *scraping:
*https://*trac.*torproject.*org/Proyecta/*tor/ticket/18097

Y aquí en *layman plazos en la web sobre *font *fingerprinting:
*https://www.deepdotweb.com/2017/01/13/*firefox-52-añade-*tor-gustar-*font-*whitelist-impedir-*fingerprinting-*os-*fonts/

Habiendo dicho todo que, básicamente cualquier escáner de ámbito *scrape el *fonts de vuestro
sistema que puede *uniquely identificarte. No es *naive. Como *quantum
*physics, no es tan sencillo cuando la colección mera de *fonts. Es más
siniestro que que (*e.*g., pueden identificar vuestra tarjeta de gráficos cuando justo un
ejemplo que es no intuitivo).

Espero que aquello contesta vuestra cuestión en detalle suficiente.
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On Sat, 24 Jun 2017 03:02:49 +0100, Good Guy <hello.world@xxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

> Could you  remind me what did you say about privacy issues when somebody 
> knows what fonts I have in my system?

What you don't want to be is unique or close to unique:
https://amiunique.org/fp

This explains the fingerprinting process in good detail.
https://www.bamsoftware.com/talks/fc15-fontfp/fontfp.html

This article says there are at least 145 popular sites that fingerprint:
http://akademie.dw.de/digitalsafety/your-browsers-fingerprints-and-how-to-reduce-them/

This one says they can uniquely identify over 90% of us!
http://www.zdnet.com/article/no-hiding-from-this-new-web-fingerprinting-tech-but-one-browser-can-still-hide-your-id/

This article says this fingerprint-detective tool will detect
fingerprinting web sites:
http://spectrum.ieee.org/tech-talk/telecom/internet/top-websites-secretly-track-your-browser-fingerprint
https://www.cosic.esat.kuleuven.be/fpdetective/ (includes source code)
http://www.darkreading.com/risk-management/browser-fingerprinting-9-facts/d/d-id/1112056

This is a short explanation of the font listing process.
https://browserleaks.com/fonts
https://wiki.mozilla.org/Fingerprinting (they explain how to stop it)

This gives defense recommendations (which entails using a pristine VM).
http://www.networkworld.com/article/2884026/security0/browser-fingerprints-and-why-they-are-so-hard-to-erase.html

This is too complicated for me, but it's a "fingerprinting" library.
https://github.com/Valve/fingerprintjs2

This is a tool that supposedly randomizes your font fingerprint:
https://superuser.com/questions/897027/how-to-prevent-fingerprinting-via-font-enumeration

And we should be careful not to confuse font with canvas fingerprinting.
https://www.propublica.org/article/meet-the-online-tracking-device-that-is-virtually-impossible-to-block

The concept is pretty well summarized here for Firefox font scraping:
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1121643

And summarized here for the Tor-based Firefox font scraping:
https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/18097

And here in layman's terms on the web about font fingerprinting:
https://www.deepdotweb.com/2017/01/13/firefox-52-adds-tor-like-font-whitelist-prevent-fingerprinting-os-fonts/

Having said all that, basically any domain scan scrape the fonts off your
system which can uniquely identify you. Don't be naive. Like quantum
physics, it's not as simple as the mere collection of fonts. It's more
sinister than that (e.g., they can identify your graphics card as just one
example that is non intuitive).

I hope that answers your question in sufficient detail.
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