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The Internet is a wonderful thing that changed humanity once and forever. The absolute majority of people agree that its creation turned into a universal good rather than made life worse. Nevertheless, let’s think of some quick and curious questions:
- Is the Internet legal to use for everyone? Yes.
- Is it also used for dark and dangerous activities? Yes.
- Should I use it? Absolutely.
It’s almost the same with antidetect browser – and we’ll show why. In this article we will consider benefits and potential risks of using an antidetect browser. Follow our practical tips to keep your business safe and steer away from any trouble.
You might think hiding things from someone is for criminals. It’s true to some extent – I wish today’s online world really was that simple and clean. Anonymity has certain benefits that are absolutely universal, both for personal and commercial use.
- Complete privacy. A modern antidetect browser is able to successfully stand against even the most sophisticated tracking systems like Google or Meta. This is the perfect option for people who want to completely avoid the ever-present targeted marketing or personal data collection.
- Freedom of expression. Anonymous web browser lets you surf freely in countries with limited or restricted internet access. Not all governments (and corporations) support free speech. That also includes access to information that can be restricted due to political or religious reasons.Here’s a fresh example.After the recent earthquake in Turkey, people started to raise their voices online about how the tragedy wasn’t responded to adequately. The Turkish government’s immediate reaction was to block Twitter, skyrocketing the use of VPN services in the area. At GoLogin, we believe all people deserve to speak and be heard.
- Extra security. Anonymous web browser can protect your data and identity from cyber criminals. That is extremely helpful for high profile users – for example, reporters or politicians who can be constantly watched and attacked by spyware. Security can be critical when you’re treating sensitive information (like bank credentials) or trading crypto.
- Business accounts don’t get linked to each other. In fact, if you’re still not protecting your multiple market or ad accounts with an antidetect browser- it’s just a matter of time they will be suspended.Corporation tracking systems constantly evolve to trace and link accounts controlled from one place, and marketers need to adapt. In 2023 a commercial antidetect tool is not an option anymore: it’s a necessity.
- Safe work sharing with your team. Let’s say you need to pass a UK client’s social account from your workplace in the United States to your partner in Canada. Doing that will most likely cause a verification that will decrease account trust.If that happens again, chances are you will get suspended or banned – sometimes forever. Good antidetect browser won’t let that happen: team members just continue work sessions, not having to log in and out.
- Bypassing geolocation and device restrictions. If you’re trying to naturally reach foreign markets, you don’t have to fly there just to make a post – even if some actually do that. Scanning for prices abroad, evading price discrimination or trying to work in countries with limited internet, antidetect browser is of great help.Here’s an example. A regular American iOS user sees a certain row of offers and ads on Instagram than, for example, a Windows user in South Korea. This includes different prices, ads and country-limited goods. These factors are critical to dropshippers and e-commerce managers.
Practical Tips: Using Antidetect Browser With No Risks
Business multiaccounting is not rocket science, but you still need to know your tools well. It always carries certain risks, especially if we’re talking about serious revenue. Most common are account bans and suspensions: these can happen for many reasons.
We have rounded up practical tips on how to run multiple accounts risk-free.
- Go for a browser that’s verified and trusted by the community. Take time to check with user reviews on ProductHunt, Trustpilot, G2. Be wise: if a new tool seems to get a ton of shallow positive reviews without any detail, that should ring some bells.
- Don’t cheap out. A long road trip requires a reliable car. A browser that seems expensive at first might save you good money in the long run. If you value your work, time and mental health, remember the golden rule: it’s buy nice or buy twice.
- Be careful buying accounts from stores. Sellers promise stable work, but the new accounts may have wrong cookies, zero trust or be previously blacklisted on platforms. Always check for seller’s guarantees on account replacement. Again, take time to read reviews and dive into communities to find stores with good authority.
- Use proxies from trusted providers. Your proxy can be as critical as your browser fingerprint, especially if you want profiles to work 24/7. Never rely on free stuff from a random page. Don’t forget to always use different proxies for each profile so they are not linked to each other.
- Think twice before manually adjusting your fingerprint. Changing your OS or device might seem like a smart move in some situations. However, standing against Google or Meta’s tracking engines is way harder than you think.Even one parameter that’s changed at your will might be taken as inconsistency. We strongly advise you to follow your browser’s recommendations on fingerprinting.
- Don’t underestimate the power of community support. Good browsers have aspiring teams behind, and they won’t mind your questions. Find the community around your browser and be active there.Feel free to ask Reddit for help: good app devs are people just like you. Your next insight might come from a regular chat.
- Don’t get involved in unethical or illegal activities. No need to explain that. We don’t encourage any of these, and we do value your safety.
Unethical and dangerous activities
Though anonymous browsing itself is legal, antidetect browsers still get used in fields that are clearly illegal or unethical. Some of these are:
- scraping personal or company information that’s not open for the public
- accessing restricted content (for example, darkweb marketplaces)
- promoting illegal or forbidden content on markets and social platforms
- stealing identities, accounts, credentials and personal data.
At GoLogin, we value your safety and do not encourage any of these. Always follow your local laws and regulations to stay safe and do your business wisely.
Don’t Miss Out
Antidetect browsers can be used to cause harm, but their benefits are absolutely enormous. The internet won’t get easier to navigate in the next couple of years. Keep the ethics in mind, be wise and think what you’re doing – success is not that far if you keep trying.
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