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The importance of using the anti-detect browsers

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Written by Daria
Updated over a week ago

The success of working with proxies largely depends not only on the quality of the proxies themselves but also on the software you're using to connect to proxies.

Anti-detect browsers are the special kind of browsers that can help you hide the fingerprint of your device and also optimise your working experience with proxies.

Using Anti-detect software, you can manage to work with multiple threads and connect to different IPs simultaneously without the risk of getting blocks from the target web resource. You’ll get a unique cache and cookies, and fingerprints for each opened tab. It’ll be hard to identify if you are using proxies or not; your private information will stay secure.

For example, instead of being a Mozilla Firefox user with a 14-screen HP laptop, you can make yourself the digital fingerprint of an ASUS laptop owner with a 15'6 screen that uses Chrome.

Digital Fingerprint Includes:

  • Type and Model of Device

  • Number of Processor Cores

  • RAM, OS

  • Browser Version

  • Screen Resolution

  • Fonts

  • Language

  • Time Zone

  • Web RTC

  • GEO, WebGL

Moreover, using Anti-detect browsers help minimise your trackable trace on the Internet and customise the fingerprint of your actual device. These browsers are easy to use. Their interface looks very familiar to a regular browser (Chrome, Firefox, Opera, etc.)

Anti-detect browsers are famous for their adaptability to different anti-fraud systems.

Here’re our tutorials on setting up proxies via some Anti-detect browsers.

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