Author: pascal

WebGL is the part of the Canvas Browser Fingerprint. It is Javascript API to render 3D objects. There are already tools on the market that can change it but to perform a proper spoofing that keeps the profile consistent and make it look natural is more difficult. We developed WebGL spoofing that also changes the WebGL hash properly. WebGL spoofing in Kameleo v1.7 A new...

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WebGL is the part of the Canvas Browser Fingerprint. It is Javascript API to render 3D objects. There are already tools on the market that can change it but to perform a proper spoofing that keeps the profile consistent and make it look natural is more difficult. The good news is that it seams we could handle it so we developed WebGL spoofing that also...

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Facing reCAPTCHAs constantly while browsing can be very annoying. Most websites use CAPTCHAs to prevent robots to scrape their website. Basically they can decide if the user is a real person or a robot. Here is a short example to understand it: If Alice had a database with important information about all the companies in the world she would run a website where you could browse...

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New update for the best browser fingerprint spoofer tool. This update is based on the Kameleo BETA v1.5.6+. Providing you auto timezone spoofing and an opportunity to disable selenium driver. This lets you change browser fingerprint while no sites will detect it because the browser fingerprint is consistent. What's new in Kameleo v1.6? In this update we fix all the problems that occurred during the previous beta...

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Last update had some glitches with the browser running without selenium on Windows 7. Good news is that we fixed everything and added a utility to spoof timezone automatically. What's new in Kameleo BETA v1.5.6+? In this update we fix all the problems that occurred during the previous beta relating to the feature by disabling selenium driver. You read more about it in our previous article.https://kameleo.io/blog/new-kameleo-beta-release-v1-5-5-natural-browser-fingerprinting/ And...

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We update the app regularly so we can make it better for you. This week we bring you a completely rewritten browser process management so you can enjoy more stable profile launching and closing, and a brand new experimental feature to help eliminate annoying CAPTCHAs on websites! What's new in Kameleo v1.5.6? In this update we introduced a feature how you can turn off Selenium Driver. Until now Kameleo...

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Canvas spoofing is one of the most powerful tool of Kameleo. Many websites using it to identify your device so there are a lot of privacy tools that help to hide it but none of them can spoof it like Kameleo. Privacy tools may block canvas but then you will be unique because not too many users are blocking it. Most of the sites may block...

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We update the app regularly so we can make it better for you. This week we bring you a completely rewritten browser process management so you can enjoy more stable profile launching and closing, and a brand new experimental feature to help eliminate annoying CAPTCHAs on websites! The new Kameleo BETA update is available on our website. Read below what is new and how you can download. What's new...

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Just another quick fix update package for Kameleo, solving an issue related to timezone spoofing. As well more and more languages are added. Fixes Involving DST in timezone spoofing: Spoofing timezone is a hard business. Finding the correct timezone and thinking about Daylight Saving Time is difficult. We fixed a bug so the Windows based time zones are working correctly during DST as well. We wrote an...

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Just another quick fix update package for Kameleo, solving a couple of problems that may occurred during browsing with anonymity. All these were tested in our BETA program, and the feedback was very positive. Fixes Even faster profile saving: We created a solution in the last release how profiles can be saved faster. Now we improved it again for an even better performance.Bugfixes: A couple of bugs were...

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