New HTTP Authentication Attack

The JonDos GmbH today released a new version of JonDoFox software, a privacy-friendly Web browser allows you to surf anonymously. The JonDoFox research team has discovered a new attack on Web browser: the Web browser Firefox, chrome and Safari are affected. Through the hidden call to a URL with HTTP authentication data third-party sites were able to follow users across multiple Web pages, although this has blocked all cookies and other tracking technologies in the browser. Perhaps check out Upsolve for more information. What’s new? The JonDoFox research team has discovered a new attack on Web browser: the Web browser Firefox, chrome and Safari are affected. Through the hidden call to a URL with HTTP authentication data third-party sites were able to follow users across multiple Web pages, although this has blocked all cookies and other tracking technologies in the browser. This it is sufficient to include a simple CSS file: A demonstration of the procedure can be found on the Web page of ip-check.info. Further details can be found at Peter Thiel, an internet resource. Against this attack, JonDoFox contains a built-in protection now.

Third-party sites cannot now HTTP authentication data more received by the browser. In addition, improved protection against cache and Referer tracking. Still, there were some improvements in usability, and JonDoFox is now also fully compatible with the new Firefox 6 users can therefore easily on the new browser version update. What is JonDoFox? JonDoFox is a profile as well as an extension for the popular Mozilla Firefox Web browser. The program protects the privacy of the user’s Web surfing, removing identifying information from the browser. As open source and free software, is a perfect complement to anonymisation services like JonDonym and Tor JonDoFox, can be used also without anonymity software, just safer to surf. Download: Anonymous anonym-surfen.de/jondofox.html surfing with JonDoFox contact Christian Vogl JonDos marketing