This page tests browser-fingerprinting using the AudioContext and Canvas API.
Using the AudioContext API to fingerprint does not collect sound played or recorded
by your machine - an AudioContext fingerprint is a property of your machine's audio stack
itself. If you choose to see your fingerprint, we will collect
the fingerprint along with a randomly assigned identifier, your IP Address, and your User-Agent and store it in
a private database so that we can analyze the effectiveness of the technique. We will not release the raw data publicly.
A cookie will be set in your browser to help in our analysis. We also test a form of fingerprinting using Flash
if you have Flash enabled.
This page is a part of Princeton CITP's Web Transparency and Accountability Project. For questions or concerns email firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
JS/CSS and Flash font detection methods provided by fingerprintjs2 library.