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CookieRobot: Automatically Create Cookie History for Your Browser

CookieRobot is a feature of Multilogin that automatically populates a browser fingerprint profile with relevant cookie history and activity. Using CookieRobot will increase your success rates on whichever web platform you are using by not allowing the web platform to detect that your browser fingerprint profile is brand new. Why Cookies Matter Every time you … Continue

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Top 5 Industry Tips on How to Avoid IP Blocks Using Multilogin and Luminati

Each website you access implements blocking techniques to protect its resources and users from unwanted visitors or abnormal activity. Whereas unusual activity means someone from one location trying to buy products with a credit card issued in a different area or even as extreme as someone trying to hack the site. Conventional ways of avoiding … Continue

The Great Myth of Canvas Fingerprinting. Part I.

Have you heard that Canvas fingerprinting helps websites to track down visitors? Most likely you have since you are reading this article. Let me ask a question, though. Why do you believe it? Did you read some research? Or did you conduct one on your own? Maybe you just saw something in printed sources or … Continue

Content Security Policy: Say ‘Good Bye’ to Your Privacy Extensions

There are certain technologies that are being adopted as a standard because they enhance safety levels for both websites and the users who visit them. Content security policy is an added layer of security that helps browser prevent specific cyber-attacks from happening, and it’s being widely adopted as a basic safety measure across all sites … Continue

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Everything You Need to Know About Canvas Fingerprinting

There are many techniques out there that can be used to track and identify you through your browsers. One of the most creative and effective ways websites can do this is through canvas fingerprinting. This innovative tracking technique allows websites to identify users by examining how their computers perform the task of drawing an image. … Continue

Browser Fingerprinting: The Surveillance You Can’t Stop

Searching for products and services through search engines is what everybody does now. Chances are you have done so too. Then you might also notice ads appearing on sites, featuring the same products you were looking for. But, how do websites know your interests? Or which ads to show you? The answer to these questions … Continue