DRAWN APART: A Device Identification Technique based on Remote GPU Fingerprinting.

Tomer Laor, Naif Mehanna, Antonin Durey, Vitaly Dyadyuk, Pierre Laperdrix, Clémentine Maurice, Yossi Oren, Romain Rouvoy, Walter Rudametkin, Yuval Yarom

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Abstract

Browser fingerprinting aims to identify users or their devices, through scripts that execute in the users’ browser and collect information on software or hardware characteristics. It is used to track users or as an additional means of identification to improve security. Fingerprinting techniques have one significant limitation: they are unable to track individual users for an extended duration. This happens because browser fingerprints evolve over time, and these evolutions ultimately
cause a fingerprint to be confused with those from other devices sharing similar hardware and software.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNetwork and Distributed Systems Security (NDSS) Symposium 2022
StatePublished - 2022

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