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Review of antidetect browsers (Linken Sphere, AntBrowser, Indigo, Aezakmi)

Introduction
We were all unsure of which antidetect browser to pick and, more crucially, how to do it. All antidetect browsers are damaged as a result of the great difficulty of simulating a foreign system.

In this post, I’ll explain and give examples in a reasonable manner without speculation or hypotheses. I’ll also demonstrate how to shorten the fuse and give you a basic understanding of each one’s construction so you can make your own decision.

Thus, the following four popular browsers are available for use right now:

– AntBrowser, Indigo, Linken Sphere, Aezakmi

First, the theory: Each antidetect browser is built on the standard engine. This is often Chromium or Firefox. Because the underlying structures of the engines differ so fundamentally, we can always tell which engine is actually loading the page of the site we are seeing by utilizing javascript on the site page. The anti-fraud now understands whether your browser is based on IE, Chrome, or Firefox.

Examples:

The list goes on and on. Only IE supports ActiveX, Debug objects, document.security, navigator.cpuClass, and hundreds of other features. Only FF and Safari support MathML. Only Chrome provides a shape definition API. Only Chrome and FF support the webM codec in the video tag. There are so many variations that a separate website for developers, http://caniuse.com/, has emerged, allowing you to check whether a certain capability is supported in various browsers.

Consequently, the first guideline for using an antidetect browser is:
Utilize a User Agent that matches your antidetect engine.

Use the most popular UserAgent of Chrome on a Mac, for instance, if your antidetect is developed with Chromium and your axis is a Mac. (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_14_5) Mozilla / 5.0 / 537.36 AppleWebKit (KHTML, like Gecko) Google Chrome / 80.0.3987.164 Chrome / 537.36

2) Iron need not be distinctive. “The same as everyone else” should apply.

The following prints show your computer’s hardware characteristics:

Simple canvas (2D) with assumptions is not exclusive to any OS version. The variations in font smoothing algorithms between operating systems are what cause the variations in printouts.
WebGL (also known as Canvas-3d) – in this case, the image is drawn directly through the video card (if 3D acceleration support is enabled in the browser and in the operating system or virtual machine), and inside the browser by its built-in renderer (if 3D acceleration support is not available in the os, or is disabled in the browser). This means that the image is not unique for each combination of “os + video card + video card driver” in the event that 3D acceleration is supported, and is At the time this article was written, 16% of users on a sample of 1kk US traffic did not have 3D acceleration capabilities on their PCs.
Every iteration of the audio chipset in your smartphone has the same audio capabilities.
There is no alternative way to identify your hardware using the desktop browser, such as obtaining the hard drive or processor serial number or the monitor’s color profile. An accelerometer (and information about its calibration) is added to the list on mobile phones, but this is a subject for another article.

The Google developer’s presentation about the WebGL-based fingerprint, which is also used in ReCaptcha, may be seen at https://elie.net/publication/picasso-lightweight-device-class-fingerprinting-for-web-clients/ (eng).

The less questions about your device, the less distinctive each of these prints is. “The same as everyone else” describes it. Although none of these fingerprints uniquely identify your gadget, they do let you determine its “class” in advance (for example, “PC with discrete video,” or “phone, probably an iPhone”). The easiest method to maintain the credibility of these prints is to avoid touching them. I’m serious.

The second guideline for using an antidetect browser is to refrain from touching your iron prints.

3) The dilemma of whether to adjust the displayed language, time zone, and perhaps even a choice of fonts to reflect your location invariably comes when we utilize a proxy of another nation (in the case of working with Asian markets)

The values of languages, time zones, screen resolution, etc., returned by javascript in the browser can be changed in three ways:

Before compiling the browser source code, rewrite these routines there. The most effective and elusive strategy is this one.
inject into the tab’s operation and instantly intercept calls to the desired routines. technically challenging because function addresses and offsets float with every browser upgrade.
After initializing the page we are viewing, use javascript to directly overwrite the values we require on the page. The most revolting method is also the simplest to employ because it is so challenging to go unnoticed. Almost all antidetect browsers have taken this route, which has framed their users, as I will demonstrate later.

The third antidetect browser rule is to not use javascript to alter anything on the page or website.

To comprehend how a website or anti-fraud might determine that browser settings have been altered via javascript, let’s return to theory once more.

Most frequently, we have to adjust the OS’s language to the user’s location. It is accessible to JavaScript via the navigator.language variable in addition to being sent to the site in the Accept-Language header.

The properties of the navigator object are read-only and cannot be simply overwritten. A non-empty getter-a that returns the desired value and an empty setter-a are typically used to implement read-only objects in javascript. This means that we can always call Object.defineProperty to replace similar objects.

The mutable object can have a value assigned to it, or we can hang our getter on it, replacing its native one and keeping the object’s “natural” read-only behavior:

Initially, some objects, like navigator and screen, don’t have any of their own attributes; instead, they inherit them completely from the constructor of the older brother (the Navigator and Screen objects, respectively). Additionally, any of these objects’ own properties are created when Object.defineProperty is called on them:

Thus, any site or anti-fraud can be activated by calling a single line of code.

alert (‘fake arguments found’) if (Object.getOwnPropertyNames (navigator) [0]);

can tell that the settings on our browser are bogus. All the clever defenses and emulations are now rendered useless.

Diving
Let’s move on to our kittens now that we have chosen the location of our search. I used the default settings to build profiles, did not use a proxy, and changed the environment variables (screen, color, x * e-my) as little as possible.

Indigo
a variation known as “Mimic” that is built on Chrome.

The most damaging of all, as well as the only browser that implements parameter replacement directly in the source code rather than via JavaScript.

Nothing is fired or sticks out anywhere except for…

1) The http3 protocol, which is available by default in Chrome since 2013, is disabled. Each website is aware of the connection type and protocol (http1.1, h2 or http / 2 + quic, sometimes known as http3) used to access it. Furthermore, if a website that supports HTTP3 is reached from Chrome using HTTP2, either a proxy is being used to make the request or this is not the actual Chrome. The anti-fraud system’s first and second judgments are both detrimental to us.

2) Times, which is not a monospace typeface, is employed as a monospace font when text is rendered. This is a clear indication of font replacement because it is not conceivable in the wild. A monospaced font, like Courier new, has characters (such w and I that are the same width throughout. The specification states that the browser must select one of the available monospaced fonts when the font-family element in the styles is specified as monospace (at least one such font is always available in the system).

By drawing the font mismatch on the canvas and measuring, for instance, the width of the “and” characters, the website may identify the font mismatch. In the screenshot seen above, you can clearly notice the distinction. In the instance of Indigo, any website (as well as antifraud) can notice that a phony font—rather than the default system font—is being utilized.

Indigo is done with that.

Chromium-based Linken sphere antidetect. the most expensive and well publicized item. They appear for interviews in “People-Pro” while wearing his sweatshirts, and he receives promotion in “Hacker.” It was last updated on September 13, 2019, which is when the scandal started.

What is shooting on 1) Actually, it is constructed with chromium dating from 2018:

It implies we are exposed to numerous vulnerabilities that have been fixed in chrome over the years in addition to being deprived of unnecessary features like support for apng, VP9, and AV1 codecs.

2) The support for http3 is inoperable both in Indigo and.

3) After the page is initialized with javascript, all arguments are falsified, and any website can view this (using the technique I outlined above):

Based on FF, AntBrowser Antidetect markets itself as a solution for interacting with Russian services like Avito and Yula.

1) Because the browser is built on FF, any attempts to pretend that it is Chrome would fail because of the disparity in engine architecture. One such failed attempt is the existence of the window.chrome variable. The sidebar, screen.mozLockOrientation, and navigator.oscpu items on the page together with the window.chrome object clearly identify FF as the browser engine.

The Chromium-based anti-detection browser software Linken Sphere was created by the Russian company Tenebris. You’ve definitely seen it referenced more than once because it used to be one of the top techniques for getting through anti-fraud systems. But at this time, we can’t truly suggest it.

Sporadic updates are one of the causes, which is highly practical. The app is out of date because it hasn’t received any updates in a long. Ideological reasons are another factor; Linken Sphere has frequently been used for fraud, hacking, and other unlawful actions. Its shadiness is evidenced by Bitcoin-only transactions and the well-known off-the-record mode, in which only RAM is used to store data.

 

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