GoLogin vs. Multilogin vs. Brave

Safe browsing is one of the essential necessities of all Internet users. However, while using the Internet without any protection, users leave a lot of personal information for Third Parties inside cookies and digital fingerprints.

Cookies contain information about visited websites, the session’s length and details, and uniquely identify the user that helps determine your device from others. Cookies are mainly determined to personalize your internet experience and propose (advertise) relevant content in the future. The usage of cookies is under the user’s awareness, and you will be asked to leave them or turn them off when you visit a new website; your digital fingerprint can’t be protected.

The digital fingerprint is another type of user identification with the user’s information about hardware, software, and extensions. Again, the only way to stay anonymous is to use anti-detect browsers.

What is special about anti-detect browsers?

The anti-detect browser is a particular type of browser changing users’ digital fingerprints. These browsers are mainly used to avoid different types of blocking for multi-accounting, online advertising, and marketing purposes. They automatically virtually change all parameters (IP address, software, and hardware characteristics) to use several accounts safely at the same time; in the regular browser (Opera or Google Chrome), you will continuously be tracked, even creating a separate profile by fonts, screen resolution, language, time zone, etc.

Linux OS is an open-source operating system, highly customizable, stable, and powerful. It is popular not only because it is free but also because it provides a high level of security. That is why Linux owners choose the best tools for online protection – anti-detect browsers. The top three browsers for Linux on the market these days are GoLogin, Multilogin, and Brave.

GoLogin

GoLogin is perfectly designed for multi-login. It controls all parameters collected by websites; it doesn’t hide these settings making you suspicious; it creates a real Internet user but anonymous that can easily bypass anti-fraud systems. The number of required profiles is limited by a set tariff plan (from 100 and more); all of them will have unique digital fingerprints and be located separately in the cloud. The browser has already created 2.5 mln profiles available even from regular browsers. The number of devices is not limited as well. For professional users, there is a possibility to change 50 features of digital fingerprints manually.

The GoLogin browser is named Orbita. Its interface is similar to Chrome. All configurations and profiles are set in a friendly, intuitive interface within one click. GoLogin users can use many proxies and Tor VPN Network for free. The service is available in nine languages for $24 per month (a 7-day trial period is available for everybody). Some tariff plans allow working in a team. The GoLogin is available not only for PC users (including Linux) but also for Android smartphones.

Multilogin

Multilogin is another leader in the anti-detect browsing business. With this service, you can create virtual browser profiles automatically or manually; each of them will look like a separate device with a unique digital fingerprint and separate storage in the encrypted AWS storage. The tool also automatically prepares accounts for merchant activities and auto-deletes them when you finish working with it (the perfect solution for one-off tasks). All digital fingerprints for each profile can be controlled via user agents, Canvas, etc. If you work in teams, you can securely share profile details for all colleagues without geo-restrictions.

Multilogin works on all popular OS – Linux, Windows, and macOS. Multilogin represents two anti-detect browsers – Mimic and Stealthfox, built on Mozilla and Chromium, respectively. It is available in three plans for a solo worker, team, or large business. The price starts from $99 per month for 100 profiles and 24/7 technical support in five languages (chat and email). The number of profiles could be extended per request. As an addition, users can add proxies (residential, data center, or mobile, based on your choice) to the chosen profiles to change their geolocation. The time zone can be set automatically or manually accordingly.

Brave

The last fastest protection of tracking on the Internet is the Brave browser; it is three times faster than Chrome. It blocks all trackers (including cross-site and bounce) and ads on visited websites, creates incognito windows, switches between profiles within 60 seconds, and protects from malware and phishing attacks. You can turn on anonymous mode using Tor mode. All cookies and actual fingerprints will be protected from disclosure of your personal data. The user can pay additionally for a firewall and VPN to prevent simple IP masking and receive a protected encrypted connection tunnel. To start protection, no additional installation is required; the user only needs to download the browser. All blockages can be easily turned on or off. Each connection is upgraded automatically to the securest – HTTPS.

Brave supports fully anonymous mode and only anonymous search integrated with a private browser. All profiles and settings are easily imported from other browsers during the welcoming tour. The tool does not collect any personal data, even for billing purposes. The open-source browser code for Linux is available for free. The browser is also available for free for mobile devices (Android and iOS) on App Store and Google Play Market.

Which one is better?

To compare these browsers, please check below the comparison table with their main characteristics.

 GoLoginMultiloginBrave
Main featuresDigital fingerprint management for each browser profileManage numerous unique profiles with different fingerprintShield from trackers and ads
Blockage of cookiesYesYesYes
Fingerprint controlComplete control for each profileComplete control for each profileRandomizing browser features
Browser basisChromeChromium and Mozilla FirefoxChromium
Number of profiles to be created and savedFrom 100From 100n/a
Creation of a separate profiles with different digital fingerprintYesYesNo
VPN or proxiesProxies (included in the package)Proxies (included in the package)VPN (paid separately)
Team workSupportedSupportedn/a
Technical supportEmailEmail, chatCommunity support forum
Price$24/month$99/monthFree

Even though all three browsers allow you to work anonymously on the Internet, they propose different features. Multilogin and GoLogin allow the creation of numerous anonymous profiles and quickly switch between them. At the same time, Brave mainly protects the user from trackers and ads, only keeping anonymity for one profile. So, depending on your prime target, you should choose between these secure browsers. If you do not need for marketing or online earning many profiles, then Brave is a perfect solution, as it is a free browser.

While the choice between GoLogin and Multilogin should be based on the preferable user interface (based on Chromium, Chrome, and Mozilla), the number of controlled features of digital fingerprint parameters, the number of profiles allowed to be created, and the price. GoLogin has a significant advantage of low price with a free 7-day free trial period; meanwhile, Multilogin has 24/7 chat support in five languages.

Conclusion

To extend the security of the internet browsing experience for Linux users, anti-detect browsers such as GoLogin, Multilogin, or Brave are perfect additions. They provide complete privacy by masking or changing your actual IP address, cookies, and digital fingerprint. In addition, these browsers propose proxies or VPNs for a quick change of geolocations.

Of course, you should determine your need and requirements to choose between these three browsers, as they have different prime purposes. But all three of them are reliable in protection, stable, and have a large number of users. Moreover, they all can be used for traffic arbitrage, blocking ads and trackers, getting access to some blocked websites, and online advertisements.

Sohail
Sohail

Mohd Sohail is a web developer and a Linux sysAdmin. He also loves to write how-to articles, applications reviews and loves to use new Linux distributions.

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