Vivaldi cant disable WebGL
Trying to disable it.
The only Google sources I found was here:
The instructions say to disable vivaldi://flags/#disable-accelerated-2d-canvas and restart which I did and WebGL is still enabled.
You can check here: https://www.doileak.com/
How do I disable WebGL in Vivaldi?
Can't, Chromium upstream remove
--disable-webgl(webgl 1?) again.
Only WebGL 2 disable/enable, is in current Chromium.
This extension work
Why you want to disable WebGL. Testing/Study or Security viewpoint?
Thanks! This extension seems to work. Although I wonder if since I am forced to use a plugin this would decrease my user uniqueness and create a smaller fingerprint.
Im disabling WebGL for security reasons as it can be used to identity a unique user. I have a dozen VM's all running in their own VPN's so they all appear to be unique. I dont want them to all have the same fingerprint which WebGL seems to allow.
I downloaded Vivaldi because its one of the only browsers besides Firefox which also allows disabling of WebRTC.
Yeah, there's possibily.
When we come with unsual set, it's a sure self proclaim we're exist. Maybe for example it could drop targeted ads but it will raise their attention on us.
Disabling or limiting WebRTC already a common practice. WebGL in other hands relatively new.
This WebRTC thingy reminds me of something;
Some stuff was green there, you could click them & see some Google IPs.
That's happening in any Chromium-based.
We all know Vivaldi & Opera have block WebRTC setting. Also, uBlock0 has an almost identical setting. But here doesn't help. I need to use an extension(1) to fully block it. Firefox is all red with uBlock0 WebRTC blocking only.
I wonder what's those for & are those considered leaks? I can't find any more info about those IPs either except they're Google. I do could block them, but by doing so did I just break something? I couldn't tell.
(1) For the extension that @Marko-Indaco mentioned, last time I try that, choose the most restricted option for fully blocking.