Anti detect is perhaps considered the best and secure browser in the world because of its many features including:
WHAT IS A BROWSER FINGERPRINT?
Browsing fingerprinting is a term used to describe the collection of data to give a user, or client, a unique identifier. A simple example of data used to create unique fingerprints would be a user agent string. This data is often included in fullz profiles.
However, a browser fingerprint is not at all limited to user agent strings! This is just one of many unique identifiers that can and will affect your transactions.
HOW DO WEBSITES USE FINGERPRINT?
Other variables such as Flash version, keyboard layout, language settings, MIME settings, time zone, OS version, browser extensions, screen resolution, and many others are collected and organized to build profiles to verify the authenticity of returning users. Companies such as MaxMind, SAS, and ProScore sell these as Predictive Analysis Decision models.
it takes all of this into account and helps you quickly modify, customize, import and export your settings to better match your cardholder profiles.
http://www.whoer.net/ext gives a comprehensive list of just some of variables that AD changes.
– uses a hacked version of Flash player which can spoof its version, OS version, and screen resolution.
These variables cannot be replicated with any Firefox extension!
– uses custom browser extensions which are not available anywhere else,
– profile contains info from the browsing session (Browsing history, saved passwords etc.)
– Local Storage
– Settings entered
– Generated fonts
– Canvas fingerprint
text profile contains info captured from the fullz owner:
– Flash information