Device fingerprinting

A process used to identify a device or browser based on its specific and unique configuration.

Unlike web cookies that are stored client-side (on a user’s device), device fingerprints need to be stored server-side (in a database).

Device fingerprints are used for analytics, ad targeting and Attribution.

Related post: What Is Device Fingerprinting And How Does It Work?


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