Browser fingerprinting is effective for identifying anonymous traffic, but it isn't foolproof. Learn more about the various methods visitors can use to prevent browser fingerprints from accurately identifying visitors
Signals generated by the use of an ad blocker can improve browser fingerprinting accuracy. This novel browser fingerprinting method, while oft-discussed as a theoretical source of entropy, has only just been added to Fingerprint as of April 2021.
Learn the most common bot detection techniques, and learn to implement bot detection and threat mitigation using browser fingerprinting techniques.
Are privacy updates making it harder to use browser fingerprinting for anti-fraud? We go through the major modern browsers and determine what is still possible to keep your website safe.
There are several ways to block specific users and email domains from your site. We discuss six common methods, including IP bans and how you can implement browser fingerprinting to ban unwanted users.
The Fingerprint team has uncovered a scheme flooding vulnerability. We explain how the exploit works across four major desktop browsers and show why it's a threat to anonymous browsing.
Creating high-quality digital content is time-consuming and expensive. Creating a paywall helps websites generate revenue through subscriptions to consume articles. In this how-to, we’ll show you how to create a content paywall to limit free articles utilizing Node and Browser fingerprinting.
To make an accurate browser fingerprint, you need to gather as many signals as possible. In this article, we go over some of the techniques used to generate signals that vary between site visitors enough to be useful for browser fingerprinting.