BrowserSpy

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by Henrik Gemal, Feb 26, 2003.

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  1. Henrik Gemal

    Henrik Gemal Guest

    Privacy to the ultimate test!
    I just finished a brand new version of BrowserSpy. Check it out at:
    http://gemal.dk/browserspy/

    BrowserSpy can tell you all kinds of detailed information about you and your browser. Stuff like version of your browser. What kind of things it supports and what it doesn't support. Furthermore it can provide you detailed information about JavaScript, JVM, Java, Plugins, Components, Bandwidth, Language, Screen, Hardware, IP, Cookies, Web Server, and much more....
    http://gemal.dk/browserspy/
     
  2. mViOkPe

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  3. Paul Wilders

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    Hi Mike,

    In essence you are absolutely right. As it is, we do know this service for quite a while - the "older version" that is, and have found it trustworthy.

    That being said: I totally agree, it would have been appropriate to contact us first before putting up this post.

    Take care,

    paul
     
  4. mViOkPe

    mViOkPe Registered Member

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    Thx for the heads up on the 'trustworthy'. Seems I've heard of this product before. I'm sure it was just a miscalculation and that the nettiquette was just an oversight. :)
     
  5. Paul Wilders

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    Yep. Has been around for quite a while.

    My idea exactly ;).

    regards.

    paul
     
  6. peakaboo

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    Henrik,

    Appreciate your work on this new privacy test site.

    I had your site on my list of test sites but my reference was to the old site.

    I ran thru all the tests and confirmed my privacy is intact (at least on your tests).

    Virtually no information was obtainable.

    I like the C drive test a lot. Again for me, I was able to defeat this test.

    I was even able to spoof a proxy and false IP address.

    Keep up the good work. ;)
     
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