Improving fingerprints and convenience: Undetectable browser update 2.12
Meet the latest update to the Undetectable browser 2.12, which has improved some important substitutions and added small features to improve usability.
In update 2.12, both minor changes were improved, such as Headers, the order of which now corresponds to a regular browser, and more important ones were improved:
Improved MediaDevices spoofing
An important change in the new version of the browser is improved substitution of information about connected media devices, such as a camera and microphone. This information, known as MediaDevices, is now pulled from our configurations, making your online footprint even more credible.
Important! Keeping your camera and microphone safe
However, it is important to remember safety. Never give websites permission to access your camera or microphone. Otherwise, your profile information about your devices may be compromised, potentially threatening your online privacy. We are working to overcome this limitation.
Disabling WebGPU and SpeechSynthesis substitutions on the Advanced tab
For more flexible management of your online profile, we have added the ability to disable substitution of information about your graphics card and voice packages installed in the system on the Advanced tab.
Some sites may react to substitution of this information as a threat, which may lead to access restrictions.
More plausible configurations for Android
For profiles with configurations that mimic Android mobile devices, we have added the navigator.contacts parameter. This makes configurations for mobile devices even more believable and allows you to simulate the behavior of real devices.
Even more believable: Paste like human
The Paste like human function, which simulates text pasting, has become slightly slower, making your Internet activity more natural.
Profile information on the taskbar
On the Windows taskbar, now, when you hover over the profile icon, the profile name and site name will be displayed. This simplifies navigation and makes it easier to navigate your online activities.
Additionally, the profile name is now briefly displayed on the taskbar icon itself.
Bug fixes and support for special language characters
We also focused on fixing some bugs, including adding support for special language characters in proxy passwords, to improve the overall stability and functionality of the browser. In addition, WebRTC substitution with IPv6 has been fixed.
Last but not least, an update to Chrome version 118 is planned in the near future, meaning you'll always be one step ahead in online security and functionality.
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