Kimetrak (Who's tracking me) is an extension allowing you see at a glance what third-party domains are loaded from websites you visit. You can access detailled statistics with a list allowing you to analyse what services are able to track you online.
What is Kimetrak?
Kimetrak is an extension for Firefox users that allows a detailed analysis of third-party domains from visited websites. It provides insights into who is capable of tracking your online activities, even with content blockers active. It's also an invaluable tool for publishers for GDPR/ePrivacy compliance.
Kimetrak (Who's tracking me) is an extension allowing you see at a glance what third-party domains are loaded from websites you visit.
You can access detailled statistics with a list allowing you to analyse what services are able to track you online, even if you use content blockers.
This tool can be used by internet users but also by publishers who want to know how many third-party domains are loaded from their websites. A precious information for GDPR/ePrivacy compliance.
The source code is available, under GPLv3 licence : https://github.com/david-legrand/kimetrak
User reviews summary
- Functions efficiently
- Provides insight into how commercialized a site is
- Helpful for site owners to evaluate privacy level
- Translation issues with the add-on text
- Issues with empty Access stats page
- Insight into site commercialization
- Translation issues
Kimetrak is risky to use as it requires a number of sensitive permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install Kimetrak if you trust the publisher.
Kimetrak has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.