Feb. 1, 2024, 9:43 a.m. | /u/tadzmahal

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What is the point of using hardened firefox instead of the default settings (but with disabled mozzila telemetry and just basic settings tweaks)?

I used the arkenfox user.js and went on different testing sites, and [deviceinfo.me](https://deviceinfo.me), and it feels like it makes you MORE unique, if anything. Like for instance the OS you are using, it reported Windows 10 32bit, but detected im using linux as the core OS anyway. And the letterboxing, wouldnt it make more sense to use …

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