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Something to do with the ..."browser header, which makes the user easier to distinguish from other web surfers"...

And that this leads to faster identification of my browser (yellow is medium)

If you hover the mouse over the attribute itself, then exactly the same text (Sec-GPC) pops up.

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Wow! Thank you so much!

This is certainly interesting information, although, apparently, technically quite difficult for the average user😏

It’s interesting, how can this knowledge be applied in practice?

For example - most of the attributes can be set to a good level (green) through about:config in Firefox.

Is it possible to somehow apply practically Sec-GPC?

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17 hours ago, andrewek said:

For example - most of the attributes can be set to a good level (green) through about:config in Firefox.

That or extensions would be the only way to tweak such settings, assuming the browser would allow extensions to make such changes.

 

17 hours ago, andrewek said:

Is it possible to somehow apply practically Sec-GPC?

I don't think most browsers even send that header by default, and I've never read anything about it before. I'm assuming that it's showing up in this "test" because when it is enabled or has a unique value it can be used for tracking.

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