Can Websites Track Your Location?

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When visiting a website, you are automatically sharing many pieces of information that help this website identify the request and function accordingly. Most information is sent via your browser and some of them are appended by your internet service provider (ISP).
Shared info usually includes data about your browser, device, IP address, cookies, and other details you might submit while browsing the website. Read more …

Can Websites See Your Browsing History?

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When navigating the internet, browsers typically maintain a previous history of the websites the user has visited. This history usually contains the pages’ URLs and the website’s cookies.
These history files remain inside the browser to be accessed later, under specific conditions, by both the visitor and the visited websites. Read more …

How to Disable Website CSS Style (Chrome, Firefox, Edge, …)

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CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a cornerstone of the internet. It is the part that gives websites their final visual representation in the browsers. As a client-side technique, CSS rules can be viewed, modified, and disabled right inside the visitor’s browser.
This article describes the most useful techniques to deactivate webpage styles for testing and other purposes. Read more …

How to See and Extract CSS of a Website [Practical Guide]

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Browsers download and interpret multiple files to properly show a website. These files usually contain HTML elements to structure the webpage, and CSS code to visually display it inside the browser. In most cases, styles alongside other code snippets are embedded inside HTML pages and coupled with other elements.
We developed a practical guide with step-by-step instructions to view the CSS style for the whole website, a specific webpage, and a single element inside the page. Read more …

Is HTTP Secure? and Is It Really Safe to Visit HTTP Sites?

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HTTP is the primary instrument for navigating the internet, it manages the connection between web browsers and visited websites. HTTP protocol is based on a sequence of request-response messages, where the request holds our data and the response brings back the website content.
This article discusses the security concerns of HTTP protocol, how safe it is, and what are the threats of visiting HTTP websites. Read more …