New Geo-Inference Attack Uses Browser Cache to Identify Your Location

New Geo-Inference Attack Uses Browser Cache to Identify Your Location
Depending on the sites you use, attackers could find more or less information: Cragslist can reveal your city, for instance, while Google Maps can give away your street address. The researchers claim that 62 percent of the Alexa top 100 websites in the …
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When Turkey temporarily blocked more than 100 websites — including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube — earlier this month in an effort to censor a photo that authorities there called "terrorist propaganda," the blackout generated an uproar across the …
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