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Browser fingerprinting software

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Browser fingerprinting is a technique used to track web users and collect information without relying on cookies. This technique entails collecting information about a user’s computer, such as its software, hardware, and settings, and using that information to identify the user’s browser. The data collected can include things like browser type, font list, language settings, operating system, plugins, screen resolution, time zone, and other data points. It’s very difficult for two different browsers to have the same browser fingerprint, making this an effective way to identify and track individual users.

This chart displays the market share of the top 10 Browser fingerprinting software in 2024, highlighting the most popular tools used by online merchants.1. MaxMind leads with a notable 100.00% share.