How Do You Know if an Antidetect Browser Is Reliable

2022/10/13 13:34:34Author: AdsPowerReads: 6077

We previously discussed how to choose an antidetect browser— mostly depending on its funcitonality. As always stated, the key point of an antidetect browser is to bypass circumvent website anti-fraud mechanisms by replacing real browser fingerprints with virtual ones. How do you know if the virtual fingerprints are truly perfect now that nearly all anti-detect browsers claim to be able to generate perfect substitutes for the most common browser fingerprints? A very simple method is to use anonymity checkers.

Check reliability of an antidetect browser

There are many services online called checkers or scanners that verify your digital fingerprint data. With their help, you can:

● Examine how and what data is viewed by various sites and their security systems.

● Find flaws and make changes to ensure your digital fingerprint is appropriate for your needs.

All checkers examine various parameters and amounts of data. Some, for example, only check IP addresses, whereas others thoroughly examine every parameter of your device.

Here are some popular checkers:


Pixelscan detects use of proxy and automation framework, as well as fingerprint masking.


(AdsPower passes Pixelscan test)

Pixelscan also checks other parameters of your device, including IP address, User Agent, Canvas, etc.



IPhey tells whether your digital identity is trustworthy by checking device parameters of all kinds and determining if they are suspicious.


(AdsPower passes Pixelscan test)



Compared to Pixelscan and IPhey, Whoer checks only a few crucial parameters, such as OS, DNS, Proxy use and so on.


(AdsPower passes Pixelscan test)


If you are keen on knowing everything about your device, then Browserleaks is the right place to go. It shows as much information as possible about what websites see about you. Each category has its own tab, where you can find details about your device, browser, location, and provider. But unlike other checkers, Browserleaks doesn't determine whether your identity is anonymous or not. Instead, it only provides data and leaves the decision to yourself.




What if the checker indicates fingerprint masking

The truth is that at the moment there is still no perfect anti-detect browser that would 100% pass you off as a real user. If the antidetect browser doesn't pass tests on several checkers, you might first need to check your proxy or settings in the antidetect browser.

To avoid this problem to the most extent, most of the top antidetect browsers select the fingerprints that are suitable for your device for you. For example, AdsPower generates only the fingerprints of real users, taking into account compatibility of all internal parameters with each other. This renders your online identity to that of a regular user. Moreover, AdsPower provides both Chromium- and Firefox-based browsers for greater undetectability. Start free and scale your business with AdsPower now!

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