But as I lead off with http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2012/02/16/how-google-tracked-safari-users/ you see that folks got around the protection and well, saw a lot more.
And all bets are off if you allow any script to run on said web pages. The truly paranoid would never connect to the internet today.
So I'm a bit paranoid bout IT security and privacy and want the maximum protection I can get.
I want to know what a website I am on can see about me, I understand along the lines of the following:-
* Flash Cookies
* Operation System
* Serial Number
* Age of Operating system install
* Exact Operating system
* Name you have given your computer
* Name of computer files
* Computer Serial Number
* IP address
Is all this true? How can all the above been seen without my permission? I have the Comodo firewall... Surely the only things possible would be Cookies & IP address?