Are you worried about your web browser’s “fingerprints?” If so you can take steps to reduce your digital fingerprints and boost your Internet privacy. Here are some of the best steps to take:
1. Proxy Server
This is a computer that processes your Internet activity. It’s a bridge between your computer and the web. This can be an excellent way to maintain Internet anonymity since the proxy hides your IP address using its address.
In the case the proxy is located in a country besides yours can also trick trackers/websites into thinking you’re browsing the web in a different country. There are various methods you can use with proxies. You also have the option to use free/paid services, so it’s important to do some research to find the right one for your needs. This will help to meet your needs best.
2. Use encryption
Encryption is easily one of the first steps you should take to boost online privacy. This will help to reduce your online “tracks” and security vulnerability. You can use several different encryption protocol solutions/services that operate fake operation systems (OSs) within operating systems. This mixes up everything you do on the Internet/computer. If you want to have 100% privacy/anonymity online, there are various steps you can take to achieve that goal.
The bottom line is you have to aware of everything you do on the Internet if you want to boost privacy and keep personal/private data as such. One option is to use the incognito mode of a VPN when using your favorite web browser.
3. Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure
HTTPS is a version of HTTP that’s encrypted. It’s a tech protocol that controls how web servers/browsers respond to commands and also how messages are sent/received. There are extensions you can use like HTTPS Everywhere from the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).
This is available for different browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. It forces sites to use HTTPS even when they default to HTTP, which is less secure/un-encrypted. EFF admits that some hack attacks could break HTTPS, but the secure server is still much more secure than HTTP and can help to protect your privacy and reduce your digital fingerprint.
4. End security flaws
This is a step you should take and take immediately. It should be the first step you take and one you should take ASAP. If you’re serious about reducing security flaws and wants to fix security holes as quickly as possible.
5. Destroy all cookies
Cookies are pies of code that are downloaded automatically from a website then stored on a computing system. They allow websites to quickly/easily remember if you’ve visited a website before.