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1 Social Fingerprint

Fingerprinting (also known as footprinting) is the art of using that information to correlate data sets in order to identify—with high probability—network services, operating system number and version, software applications, databases, configurations and more. Here's what we can detect about you:

You are logged into:

You are not logged into:

2 IP & Location

In addition to Fingerprinting, a lot can be detected about you through your IP (Internet Protocol) address. This can help identify you region, location, and a whole lot more. Here's what we could detect about you:

Your current IP Address is 📡   with an estimated location of  , an estimated postal code of 🧭 , an estimated latitude of and an estimated longitude of .
Your submitted address: .
You are anonymizing your traffic: .
You are using Tor: .
You are using a Proxy: .
You are a known traffic abuser: .
You are a known attacked: .
You are a known threat: .
3 Device & Accounts

In addition to fingerprinting, and your IP address information, more about your device and linked accounts can be detected using your hardware information, software information, and the email address you use. Here's what we can detect about your hardware, software, and linked accounts.

Browser and Hardware Info:

Your current browser is: .
Your current browser language is: .
Your browser is accepting cookies: .
Your computer is running: .

Linked Email Info:

4 Dark Patterns

Dark Patterns are tricks used in websites and apps that make you do things that you didn't mean to, like buying or signing up for something. The purpose of this site is to spread awareness and to shame companies that use them. Here's some you fell for:

Dark Patterns marked in orange are the ones you fell for:
1 Price Comparision Prevention
The retailer makes it hard for you to compare the price of an item with another item, so you cannot make an informed decision.
You did not compare plan prices.
2 Trick Questions
While filling in a form you respond to a question that tricks you into giving an answer you didn't intend. When glanced upon quickly the question appears to ask one thing, but when read carefully it asks another thing entirely.
3 Hidden Costs
You get to the last step of the checkout process, only to discover some unexpected charges have appeared, e.g. delivery charges, tax, etc.
4 Confirmshaming
The act of guilting the user into opting into something. The option to decline is worded in such a way as to shame the user into compliance.
5 Sneak into Basket (Cart)
You attempt to purchase something, but somewhere in the purchasing journey the site sneaks an additional item into your basket, often through the use of an opt-out radio button or checkbox on a prior page.