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 a 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 help:

  • Create multiple accounts

  • Save anonymity

  • Optimise your individual work as well as the cooperation with your team

  • Stay invisible for anti-fraud systems of different web resources

  • Developing a company’s image

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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