1. use a dedicated browser, and only use that browser for this site.
2. utilize private mode if you don't want to dedicate a browser only for this site
3. use different profiles in your normal daily browser. for example firefox, and chrome allows you to have multiple profiles. Create a new profile to use when going to this site.
5. least level of effort: Get a different credit union.
I want every website I visit to act as if I have a dedicated computer just for browsing that one site, and have zero knowledge of anything else I do on the Internet or on my computer.
Meanwhile, tying browser fingerprints to a pretty solid real-world identity has deniable value, is discreetly sold (private surveillance bureaus operate with no oversight), and is just the type of gimmicky revenue stream that consumer-capturing industries are on the lookout for.
From 2015: https://adexchanger.com/data-driven-thinking/when-evaluating...
Gotta laugh at people criticizing without knowing...Unless connecting from Linux throws major flags, you are good.
It's a much safer OS than Windows, standalone linux, on any given day. Anything touching the web can be disposed and replaced at will. Along with the network management VM.
A little like the paradox that by using more secure browsers and configurations, any browser fingerprinting algorithm will single you out reliably from all the other sheep.
Not sure if you are familiar with how it works, or how using a VM OS works. It's a bare metal hypervisor with VM's to be used at will.