If you’re at all conscious of the personal data transmitted across the internet, then it’s likely you’ve wondered what information of your own is visible. Stay invisible shows you what types of personal information are being shared when you browse the web.
Stay Invisible may sound like a tool to keep you anonymous on the web, but in fact it doesn’t. Instead, it tests your existing connection and determines which parts of your browsing session are visible to the outside world.
The data returned is presented by Stay Invisible as a means to provide users with information about the data being shared, what that information represents and how unique each individual session is.
Results of the test indicate typical data such as IP address, location, language and browser. Extra data includes cookie types, cache data, session storage, plug-ins, java version, screen size and resolution along with a host of other bits of information.
Stay Invisible is designed to expose your privacy holes through a browser interface. There is a large amount of data returned from the scan and is thorough in definition. The scan is informational only and it is up to each user to decide how to better prevent the information from being transmitted across the web.
Use Stay Invisible to determine your unique fingerprint across the web and not as a security guide, which it is not.
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