Yes, if you all thought that Dragon was a safe and totally leak-free browser then I can tell you that
You can run the test and see what browser fingerprints that leaks for you.
What I can conclude, Comodo Dragon leaks a lot of personal/unique trackable information about your browser and software/hardware.
Dragon is still better then firefox and opera 10.5
But I see this as an serious threat against our privacy. In my case it did leak information regarding certain hardware I had installed…and a lot of software.
Basically what this means is that every site you visit, you will leave an unique and traceable “fingerprint”.
And until Dragon has fixed this serious security flaw I will consider Dragon to be unsafe to use. That you leave tracable/personal fingerprints on every site you use is very serious, I think no one can disagree about that, and I hope Comodo as security company understand the seriousness of this, and will fix this in future versions.
If you fix this there is a real benefit to use Dragon as browser compared to Chrome, cause then Dragon would give real security not false-security. In fact if you fix this, you are like it seem to be the only browser that does not leak this kind of fingerprints.