A combination of browser extension and Windows application, CyDec's Anti-Fp is a standalone capability that provides you the ability to granularly manage your projected signature in order to disrupt fingerprint targeting.
The extension is available for Firefox and 8 Chromium variants. The application supports Windows 7 SP1+.
Do you use multiple browsers? Once a fingerprint profile is created it can easily be applied to one or more browsers for a coordinated result.
Fingerprint profiles can be applied to specific browsers or specific domains for a highly precise spoofing.
With CyDec, you can change almost all aspects of your browser's signature with options to block, spoof, or randomize the returned values.
We respect your privacy and do NOT collect browsing data. Additionally, information can be stored in an encrypted, password-protected database.
Fingerprint profiles can be scheduled for specific days and times in order to provide automatic signature diversity.
The browser extension works hand-in-hand with the associated Windows application. While you can still use the extensions without the application, the full power is only available when used together.
By combining the extension with an application, you can manage 9 different browsers from a single user interface.
CyDec Anti-Fp has almost a hundred individual settings spread across 16 categories that can be changed which allows you to create highly realistic and targeted profiles to project the exact fingerprint you desire. Explore them below.
The Accept request HTTP header advertises which content types, expressed as MIME types, the client is able to understand.
You can read more about the Accept Header at:
Mozilla Devloper Network
You may be asking why your browser can be fingerprinted in the first place. Basically, browsers leak a lot of information. From the browser type and version to the operating system and hardware specific details, this data is designed to provide websites the information they need to serve the best possible web experience. However, with any type of unique data that is available for collection, it can also be used for malicious purposes.
Even though it was already mentioned, it is worth repeating in that Heilig Defense does not collect browsing data. In order to provide the per-domain targeting, the extension reports visited domains to the application. The domain data is then written to the local database, which can be optionally password protected. The per-domain reporting and targeting must be enabled in both the extension and in the application. You can disable the extension from collecting and reporting visited domains and you can prevent the application from saving recieved domains. These options are disabled by default and must be enabled before per-domain targeting can be used.