This project aims to awareness users about monitoring their online habits and behaviors, making the internet a hostile environment. This surveillance involves the practice of mouse tracking, which consists of studying the movement and activity (clicks) of the mouse. A heatmap will be used to superimpose the targeted page, the click zones, the precise clicks, the percentage of clicks on each element, or the scroll depth, the time spent on an ad, for example. This practice, now very common in our search engines, aims to judge user behavior, to draw conclusions and compare them with other users, to offer the best possible experience. It also influences the user in his navigation and choices, thus affecting his private life. Because our online behavior is recorded and probably monetized we wish to propose to camouflage your online bahavior from various tools to discover on this site, through a series of interactive games by focusing on the gesture on the trackpad. Our profiles were established and inspired from the « five factor model », it is a model commonly used by psychologists to describe individual personalities. The original model was built by Ernest Tupes and Raymond Christal in 1961. This is the O.C.E.A.N model: Openness, Consciousness, Extraversion, Agreeability, Neuroticism.