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Cloudflare (CDN)

We collect public IP and browser info from users only for the following purposes:

  • Getting aggregated generic geographic information (user’s country).
  • Protecting web resources from attacks.

Cloudflare Web Analytics

Web Analytics uses its lightweight JavaScript beacon to collect the information Vitals Explorer uses. It does not use any client-side state, such as cookies or localStorage, to collect usage metrics. Cloudflare does not track individual end users across our customers’ Internet properties. Vitals Explorer also does not “fingerprint” individuals via their IP address, User Agent string, or any other data.


LocalStorage is only used to save dark/light theme setting.

How to improve privacy when using this website (and others)

Although I find useful to have the services mentioned above on this website, they use cookies and can get personal data like IPs to build user profiles in order to show personalized ads or to calculate unique page views. You should be free to choose if you want to be tracked, so I will show you some methods to improve your privacy when browsing:

Change browser settings


  • Go to Settings > Privacy & Security.
  • Under “Enhanced Tracking Protection”, select “Strict”. This will block any third-party cookies and any tracking content.

Firefox privacy settings

“Private” browsers

Some web browsers can deny all cookies (and even disable Javascript) by default, and you can create exceptions for specific domains. In Android, a good private browser is Privacy Browser. In Linux, check LibreWolf, a privacy-focused fork of Firefox.


Using Tor can improve your privacy because your IP is not accessible for websites. You must use Tor with a compatible browser (like Tor Browser).