Each Passages session is initiated with a unique browser instance that masks potentially identifying browser attributes, such as language, operating system, browser version, fonts and plugins. Additionally, Passages completely destroys all unwanted tracking cookies (including super cookies) at the end of each session. Passages can also hide your IP address, making you appear to be on a network in a different location. All of this allows Passages to manage your browser’s fingerprint and prevents sites from using cookies, IP addresses, and other tracking methods to link your activities across multiple sessions.
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