About Your Browser
Surfing websites, your browser distributes certain data to web servers. To make it clear, we have collected data that is sent every time you visit a website.
Statistics collection systems use the data to collect information about visitors. If used for good purposes, this information provides the best compatibility with browsers and user platforms to view the site, helps to collect statistics about site’s visitors, but it also allows hackers to plan attacks against target users. However, this information is not enough to identify you explicitly. It is worth knowing about it, especially if you visit untrusted sites that can collect data for illegal purposes.
After you have visited a site, the web server stores your settings, and you are unable to remove it. There are methods to lower the traffic but none of them guarantee complete anonymity. Security is in your hands — you decide which sites to trust or avoid.
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