Anonymous capabilities of Octo Browser
How to stay anonymous on the Net
Websites collect information by fingerprinting your browser to identify you later and track your activity. Octo Browser spoofs your real device data, providing a secure virtual profile. This way your fingerprint becomes indistinguishable from any other browser fingerprint of a random Internet user.
Unfortunately, no. Changing your IP address is the first and necessary step to stay anonymous on the Net, but it is often not enough. Modern websites diligently track and analyze any available data regarding a user’s device, and they can interpret IP manipulations as malicious activity. Octo Browser allows you to tie a virtual profile to any popular proxy type (https, socks5, ssh), and avoid any additional checks or possible bans from websites.
Internet services try to piece together and analyze all your network activity. Most of those services require registration, and some of them limit your possibilities of having multiple accounts. There can be no privacy in such contexts, not to mention possible personal data leaks.
Octo Browser allows you to hide your digital tracks, providing multiple separate accounts for each service. Data leaks or exchanges between virtual profiles are impossible, which provides you with absolute privacy on the Internet.