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How much information can websites get about your browser/PC?

Does anyone know of any other sites that will be able to get more information from the user passively like this? I'm not talking about port-sniffing or any kind of interaction from the user, just the info that a server can get from a 'dumb' visit.

  • I really like this idea, but I'm not exactly sure how I would test it. Thinking that I might try to put together a quick Google App Engine and see what info I can get from visitors. Sep 13, 2012 at 14:35

I've thought about doing a Review/How-To-Use of Hyper-V in Windows 8. I asked & answered this question:

How do I install and use Windows Virtual PC in Windows 8?

And found/answered this one as well:

Windows 8 Hyper-V - how to give VM internet access?

There are a few other features that I can go into detail like:

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