A free analysis tool to check if a website is disguising third-party trackers as first-party trackers.
Analysis results for:
bbc.co.uk
https://www.bbc.com
bbc.co.uk
Disguised Third-Party Trackers
These trackers are purposely disguising themselves as first-party to bypass browser restrictions and privacy-protection tools.
AT Internet
a1-api-bbc-co-uk-cddc.at-o.net is hiding behind a1.api.bbc.co.uk.
One request was immediately made to this tracker after opening bbc.co.uk.
https://a1.api.bbc.co.uk/hit.xiti?s=598273&idclient=9595afa8-8483-4324-8c97-b21cecaa9bf3&ts=1590404692692&vtag=5.18.2&ptag=js&r=800x600x24x24&re=1200x700&hl=11x4x52&lng=en-US&idp=1104522033172&jv=0&p=home.signedout.page&s2=72&x2=[responsive]&x3=[bbc_website]&x4=[en]&x5=[https%3A%2F%2Fwww.bbc.co.uk%2F]&x7=[index-home]&x8=[reverb-1.4.0]&x9=[BBC%20-%20Home]&x11=[unknown%20age]&x12=[unknown%20frequency]&x13=[unknown%20nation]&x14=[unknown%20news%20region]&ref=
Leaking Cookies
These cookies belong to bbc.co.uk and were automatically sent to the disguised third-party trackers listed above.
Good news, this website does not appear to leak cookies to the disguised third-party trackers.
While our analysis tool was not able to confirm that session cookies were sent as well, a long list of leaking cookies could mean that they would be.
Anyone in possession of those cookies can impersonate you on that website — i.e., access your account.
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