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Why is it necessary to use a proxy or 4G to camouflage my network data?

Platforms like Facebook and Google track your device and network data (fingerprint) to understand who you are and what your actions are. This is done so that any user can be traced, regardless of their email address.

The feature is used to enhance user experience and penalize others if they do not comply with the platform's terms of use. For the same reason, as per the blocks and warnings received on an account, this information (especially fingerprint and IP) is used to restrict any new profile or BM created by the same user.

Lauth is a multi-login and anti-detection browser. Here, you can work with multiple ad profiles.

This is possible because it is responsible for creating new device data (fingerprint) and isolating them among the profiles. This way, you and your real machine are not detected by the platforms, protecting your accounts from blocks due to unusual activity.

Although the fingerprint is the most accurate tracking data, your IP can also be marked as additional information for comparison. However, network data can also be hidden thanks to the availability of resources compatible with proxy services or simply via a 4G network.

How does the proxy work?

A proxy is a service that will camouflage your connection, usually through a server. In other words, the IP shown to websites is not your real one but that of the server (proxy) that will intermediate your connection. They can be acquired through third-party services, such as ProxyAds, a Brazilian provider, or Russian ones like Asocks, Rayobyte, 991.

4G Connection

4G is nothing less than your mobile internet connection, i.e., it is simply an IP address provided by your mobile carrier (Claro, Vivo, Tim, Oi).

And what is the advantage of this? In summary, telephone carriers provide a limited number of IP addresses to all their users, and these addresses can be the same for more than one customer.

In other words, since many people are connected to the same IP address at the same time, platforms cannot block these addresses, even if suspicious activity is detected on one of the addresses, as it would harm a user base of hundreds or thousands of real users. This prevents this type of network from receiving penalties.

Understanding the functioning of the main tracking points will make your experience even better. Paying attention to and taking care of your fingerprint and IP will solidify the foundation of your contingency structure.

Updated on: 15/06/2023

Updated on: 12/06/2023

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