New attack can reveal identities of anonymous users on any major browser

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New attack can reveal identities of anonymous users on any major browser

Researchers say the novel attack technique has been tested on popular websites

Researchers from the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) claim to have discovered a novel "cache side channel attack" technique that could be used to identify a specific website visitors, eve...

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