HTML Fingerprinting


HTML fingerprinting (also known as browser fingerprinting or Canvas fingerprinting) is a tracking technique used by websites which exploits the HTML5 canvas element to collect information about users, such as the browser, time zone, operating system and version, default language, and more. Much of this information is contained in the browser and it can be used to uniquely identify a user out of the sea of other internet users. Unlike browser cookies, it's a method of tracking users without their consent.

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Hacker’s Almanac Series I: The Threat Actors

Hacker’s Almanac Series I: The Threat Actors

This is part one of a three part field guide to understanding cybercriminals/threat actors and their tactics, techniques and procedures.

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Hacker’s Almanac Series II: Tactics, Techniques and Procedures

Hacker’s Almanac Series II: Tactics, Techniques and Procedures

This is part two of a three part field guide to understanding cybercriminals/threat actors and their tactics, techniques and procedures.

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