@alax15 -- sorry that your post didn't show up -- I found what I think it was and will put it here though it should be somewhere else in the forum too??!!!
I really like what you have done with the browser. One thing i would like to get added if possible. Is if you can implement functions to make the browser less trackable?
The general test of it is here: https://panopticlick.eff.org/
Which comes up around 20 bits of information on it as of now.
Is it something that would be possible?
---regarding browser fingerprinting, we'd like to make Epic much less trackable but stopping browser fingerprinting is tough. You do have protection in Epic right now as we block many many known fingerprinters! That's one way to stop fingerprinting. The other way is to make fingerprinting impossible so that all browsers show the same data on tests like panopticlick. That's much tougher. We have tried this and even have some partial solutions ready to go--but we haven't implemented them as there's one big impediment to stopping fingerprinting -- Flash! We can control js responses and browser data and such so that we could make fingerprinting via that impossible BUT Flash is out of our control and releases all sorts of data about your system to fingerprint you.
We've done/you can do thought experiments -- what if I were a fingerprinter -- and actually most of the data in panopticlick for example I'd probably ignore if I was -- probably the best way to fingerprint a system/user would be via flash and os-level data like installed fonts. Unfortunately Flash at this point is out of our control.
Note how to defeat fingerprinting. I believe we've mentioned this thought before but it's something no one really mentions in this subject and that most understand...but it's one of the most important thoughts in terms of defeating fingerprinting & one too important to just keep to ourselves. To fingerprint a system, there must be two things: uniqueness and stability. Even if you come up as a unique browser, but if your data keeps changing every week or over some time period, then you can't be tracked by fingerprinting. Vice versa, if you look un-unique, then you also can't be tracked by fingerprinting. We believe that the best fingerprinting solutions will probably be the former...increasing uniqueness perhaps, but making your data unstable/changing...from our work to date.
We hope to have more fingerprinting protection -- keep sharing your thoughts!
Alok, Epic Privacy Browser Team