Profile overview for butters4eva.
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This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

1 submissions to politics2

1 submissions to ProtectVoat

This user has so far shared a total of 1 links, started a total of 1 discussions and submitted a total of 12 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 1297 and downvoted 16 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 310 and downvoted 38 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

Google Captchas Unmask Users. Why Is Voat Using Google Captchas?, submitted: 7/30/2018 3:59:58 AM, 20 points (+22|-2)

The Official Flag Of the Goyim Nationalists. Get Goying!!, submitted: 7/26/2018 1:27:28 AM, -3 points (+2|-5)

5 lowest rated submissions:

The Official Flag Of the Goyim Nationalists. Get Goying!!, submitted: 7/26/2018 1:27:28 AM, -3 points (+2|-5)

Google Captchas Unmask Users. Why Is Voat Using Google Captchas?, submitted: 7/30/2018 3:59:58 AM, 20 points (+22|-2)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

Google Captchas Unmask Users. Why Is Voat Using Google Captchas? submitted by butters4eva to ProtectVoat

butters4eva 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Things that use simple matching of bot illegible characters, using images of uniform data size, are safe if the answer is sent in a uniform data size.

You could narrow down the possible users using the time the packets were sent, but the amount of internet traffic passing through the ISPs would probably make that impossible. It is possible that the captcha servers could delay the loading of the captcha and use a statistically unlikely image data size, but in order for that data to be relevant they would have to have real time information on the entire internet to ensure their traffic was not sent at the precise time as other information of the same size. It would also be hindered possibly by VPNs that add superflous data, but I'm not sure that's a thing yet.

My understanding of how the internet works is actually pretty small. I was only made aware of Google's captcha tracking system by an insider who explained it roughly.

3 lowest rated comments:

Google Captchas Unmask Users. Why Is Voat Using Google Captchas? submitted by butters4eva to ProtectVoat

butters4eva 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Things that use simple matching of bot illegible characters, using images of uniform data size, are safe if the answer is sent in a uniform data size.

You could narrow down the possible users using the time the packets were sent, but the amount of internet traffic passing through the ISPs would probably make that impossible. It is possible that the captcha servers could delay the loading of the captcha and use a statistically unlikely image data size, but in order for that data to be relevant they would have to have real time information on the entire internet to ensure their traffic was not sent at the precise time as other information of the same size. It would also be hindered possibly by VPNs that add superflous data, but I'm not sure that's a thing yet.

My understanding of how the internet works is actually pretty small. I was only made aware of Google's captcha tracking system by an insider who explained it roughly.