Container isolate websites so they can't see any other site data in your browser.Interesting I don't use multi-containers didn't know they existed. Hence why the general question. Those articles were an interesting read, that said if Microsoft are doing a interaction score my noob brain here. If I frequent Google, YouTube, and Facebook just name the big ones won't that tranfer across to other sites for tracking? Or have I miss understood the way it works?
Source: Go to https://ritter.vg/misc/ff/fpi.html On first load it should say "There was... | Hacker NewsThanks for diagnosing that for me, you're right blocking third party cookies does cause it to fail.
Both tests are equally valid. I just gave one because trying to be exhaustive about testing it would be mind-numbing. The test I provded only does localstorage, but FPI also isolates DNS cache, H2, image cache, favicons, cookies, localstorage, indexdb, etc etc
You can do yours by visiting https://anonymity.is/misc/ff/fpi-iframe.html
first; then visit the ritter.vg and rittervg.com links.