# Service Template Configuration

# Service template memo reference

var canvas_disabled = 0x00000001; //Disable canvas fingerprint camouflage

var webgl_disabled = 0x00000002; //Disable webgl fingerprint camouflage

var fake_webrtc_disabled = 0x00000004; //Disable the webrtc camouflage. If you want to disable webrtc, do not set this flag bit. Set the webrtc_disabled flag bit.

var audio_disabled = 0x00000008; //Disable audio fingerprint camouflage

var client_rect_disabled = 0x00000010; //Turn off client_rect camouflage

var font_disabled = 0x00000020; //Turn off font camouflage

var timezone_disabled = 0x00000040; //Turn off time zone camouflage

var lang_disabled = 0x00000080; //Turn off language camouflage

var hardware_info_disabled = 0x00000100; //Turn off the masquerade for the number of cpu cores and memory size

var geo_disabled = 0x00000200; //Disable location camouflage. Disable it when the network is complex

var plugin_disabled = 0x00000400; //Disable plugin camouflage

var battery_disabled = 0x00000800; //Disable battery information camouflage

var browser_size_disabled = 0x00001000; //Turn off browser window size camouflage

var screen_size_disabled = 0x00002000; //Turn off screen size camouflage

var webrtc_disabled = 0x00004000; //webrtc is disabled. This parameter takes effect only when the fake_webrtc_disabled flag bit is not set (that is, 0).

These Settings, which define constants, turn on and off the fingerprint camouflage function of the Migratory Bird browser. Fingerprint camouflage is a technique that enables the Migratory Bird browser to hide some browser attributes to protect user privacy and prevent tracking.

# Here is a detailed description of each constant in the official Migrating Bird Browser:

canvas_disabled: Disables canvas fingerprint camouflage. Canvas is an HTML5 element that can be used to draw graphics and images in the browser. Websites can use the Canvas fingerprint to track users because each browser has a slightly different Canvas property.

webgl_disabled: Disables WebGL fingerprint camouflage. WebGL is a graphics library for rendering 3D images in Web browsers. Websites can use WebGL fingerprints to track users because each browser has slightly different WebGL properties.

fake_webrtc_disabled: Disables WebRTC fingerprint camouflage. WebRTC is a Web technology that allows audio and video calling and data transfer between browsers. Websites can use WebRTC fingerprints to obtain users' IP addresses and other system information.

audio_disabled: Disable audio fingerprint camouflage. Websites can use audio fingerprints to track users because each browser has slightly different audio properties.

client_rect_disabled: Disables client_rect camouflage. client_rect is an attribute of a DOM element that gets the element's location and size. Websites can use the client_rect fingerprint to get the user screen size and browser window size.

font_disabled: Disable font fingerprint camouflage. Websites can use font fingerprints to track users because each browser has a slightly different set of fonts.

timezone_disabled: Disables timezone fingerprint camouflage. Websites can use time zone fingerprints to track users because each browser has a slightly different time zone.

lang_disabled: Disables language fingerprint camouflage. Websites can use language fingerprints to track users because each browser has slightly different language Settings.

hardware_info_disabled: Disables the disguise of the number of CPU cores and memory size. Websites can use this information to track users' hardware and device information.

geo_disabled: Disables locator fingerprint camouflage. Websites can use location fingerprints to track a user's location.

plugin_disabled: Disables plug-in fingerprint camouflage. Websites can use plug-in fingerprints to track users because each browser has slightly different plug-in Settings.

battery_disabled: Disables battery information camouflage. Websites can use battery information fingerprints to track a user's device type and battery status, and possibly even infer a user's location and activity.

browser_size_disabled: Disables the browser window size camouflage. Websites can use browser window size fingerprints to infer a user's device type and operating system.

screen_size_disabled: disables screen size camouflage. Websites can use screen size fingerprints to infer a user's device type and resolution.

webrtc_disabled: disables WebRTC. If the fake_webrtc_disabled flag bit is set, this flag bit is ignored. WebRTC fingerprints can be used to obtain a user's real IP address and other system information, so disabling it can improve user privacy.

These constants can be passed as options to fingerprint masquerading libraries or browser extensions to customize the browser's fingerprint protection level. Note that completely disabling some fingerprints may affect the proper functioning of some websites, so there is a balance to be struck between privacy protection and user experience.

In addition, the values of these constants are expressed in hexadecimal notation, and the values of each constant are different combinations of binary bits. This representation makes it easy to combine multiple switches. For example, adding the values of the two constants canvas_disabled and webgl_disabled gives the result 0x00000003, indicating that Canvas and WebGL fingerprint camouflage are disabled at the same time.

If you need to change the values of these constants, you can operate on them using bitwise operators. For example, to turn off the canvas_disabled switch, use the bit-by-bit xor operator (^) to invert its value to the current flag bit, as follows:

var flags = canvas_disabled | webgl_disabled; // Enable both canvas and webgl fingerprint camouflage

flags ^= canvas_disabled; // Disable canvas fingerprint camouflage

The above code changes the value of the flags variable from 0x00000003 to 0x00000002, which turns off Canvas fingerprint camouflage.

It is important to note that while Migratory Bird Browser fingerprint camouflage can greatly improve customer privacy, it does not guarantee 100% anonymity. Some advanced tracking technologies may still be able to identify or track users to some extent. Therefore, operators or developers should use other privacy measures, such as virtual private networks (VPNS), in combination with other privacy measures to improve the overall level of privacy protection.

There are a few other factors and techniques worth knowing when considering browser fingerprint camouflage. Here are some suggestions and additional privacy techniques that can be used in conjunction with fingerprint camouflage technology:

Cookies and local storage Cleanup: Cookies and local storage are common ways for websites to track user behavior. Making sure to regularly erase this data or browse the web in private mode can reduce the risk of being tracked.

Use privacy extensions: Some browser extensions can help block ads and trackers, further improving users' privacy.

Use HTTPS: HTTPS provides an encrypted network connection that protects the data that users transmit while browsing websites. You can improve your network security by using a website that supports HTTPS, or by installing extensions such as HTTPS Everywhere to make HTTPS mandatory.

DNS privacy technology: When a user accesses a website, the DNS query will leak the domain name information. DNS queries can be encrypted using DNS over HTTPS (DoH) or DNS over TLS (DoT) to improve privacy.

Avoid using untrusted Wi-Fi networks: Connecting to an unsecured or untrusted Wi-Fi network may expose your network activity to malicious actors. Try to use a trusted network, or use a VPN to secure your network connection.

Keep Migratory Bird software up to date: Regularly updating Migratory Bird browser versions, operating systems, and other related tools and software can ensure that you are protected by the latest security patches, reducing the risk of attacks and privacy disclosure.

Operating system privacy Settings: The operating system itself may also collect and share data about user devices and behavior. Review and adjust your operating system's privacy Settings to limit unnecessary data collection.

In conclusion, browser fingerprint camouflage can be an important part of protecting online privacy, but it is not a panacea. To maintain privacy on the Internet, a combination of technologies and strategies should be used to more fully protect your data and behavior.