This page shows your timezone data; this data is derived from
|Milliseconds since January 1, 1970||Loading...|
|Time String on the Server||Loading...|
|Time String on Local Machine||Loading...|
To work with this web app, simply click a method from the above drop-down list. The app will render the timezone data in the above table after a while. Please note that beside
window.Date API, this page uses
In the drop-down list above, the first two methods are "normal". In other words, they use common approaches to compute the timezone. If you have a spoofer plugin, the first two methods will fail to extract the real data. Methods 3 and 4 are marked as moderate which means they may extract the real data even if you have a spoof mechanism. But this is not guaranteed and they may fail to render the real info. The last two methods are marked as aggressive; meaning that most probably these methods catch the real timezone even if you have a spoof mechanism (plug-in or addon). Please note that in some situations these methods may also fail to render the actual time due to bugs or spoofer plugins that can bypass the underlying logic.
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