A free analysis tool to check if a website is disguising third-party trackers as first-party trackers.
Analysis results for:
brillen.de
https://www.brillen.de
brillen.de
Disguised Third-Party Trackers
These trackers are purposely disguising themselves as first-party to bypass browser restrictions and privacy-protection tools.
Ingenious Technologies
tr-brillen-de.affex.org is hiding behind marketing.net.brillen.de.
This tracker is executing JavaScript on brillen.de, greatly increasing its ability to perform fingerprinting.
2 different requests were immediately made to this tracker after opening brillen.de.
https://marketing.net.brillen.de/scripts/ts/i4861472contC.js
https://marketing.net.brillen.de/ts/i4861472/tsc?tst=1591752139022&rmd=0&scr=800X600X24&nck=true&njv=null
Leaking Cookies
These cookies belong to brillen.de and were automatically sent to the disguised third-party trackers listed above.
_gat_UA-30984907-11
__hssrc1
hubspotutkc9a18dd745ecdd21ffd4646fd9f8e3a1
__hstc202627854.c9a18dd745ecdd21ffd4646fd9f8e3a1.1591752145919.1591752145919.1591752145919.1
__hssc202627854.1.1591752145921
_hjid40fca73b-5ab1-44a1-ace7-c2299caa507b
_fbpfb.1.1591752142231.337195816
_dc_gtm_UA-30984907-11
_gaGA1.2.577023934.1591752140
_gidGA1.2.1338934427.1591752140
_gcl_au1.1.530147403.1591752139
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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