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A while ago I ran across a web site that prints basic diagnostic information, such as what browser you're using and whether cookies / Javascript are enabled.

What was that site? (Or do you know of a site like that?)

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up vote 8 down vote accepted

The site I've found that fits your description is this one:

Just send people there, and you can even prefill fields like your email, their name, etc.

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Check this out: Browser Security Test (perhaps not exactly what you ask for, but definitely useful).

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which one's "OK", and which one's "Cancel"? – quack quixote Nov 20 '09 at 23:57
My OS is Turkish. "Tamam" means "OK", "Vazgeç" means "Cancel" in Turkish. You won't see them in Turkish, of course, since your OS is not Turkish :-) – Mehper C. Palavuzlar Nov 21 '09 at 10:05
I realized that I've used too many Turkishes in my above comment ;) – Mehper C. Palavuzlar Nov 21 '09 at 10:06
i suppose that makes sense. thx for the explanation. i'll just ignore the extra Turkishes if ya don't mind. :) – quack quixote Nov 22 '09 at 20:12

It might have been If not, it looks pretty good!

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Yes, that's a cool site. It even allows me to create an account so I can send a user a URL and have the results sent back to me. Unfortunately, it doesn't say whether cookies are enabled. That's the one thing I really need to know right now. – Patrick McElhaney Nov 20 '09 at 21:51
lots of info about css3 and html5 support, but like @PatrickMcElhaney pointed out no Cookies, and that's the most important part – Daniel Jul 10 '13 at 20:33

i am using browserhawk,

you can find cookie information (and other security features) on browser security section

Also, if you can buy license, you can try BrowserHawk To-Go :

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this page shows a lot of in-depth info, like open ports... very useful – Daniel Jul 10 '13 at 20:34

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