Very often on forums there are different questions from users: “Which antidetect is better?”, “Which antidetect is better to get on PP/Amazon/other shop”. Everyone praises what they have, some just give advice about this or that product, some are against antidetects and “sink” in for dedicates, VNC, etc. In this article I will try to compare 4 popular antidetects in 2017 in different parameters. Disclaimer: This article is only a review, expresses only my honest subjective opinion about these products, which may not coincide with the opinion of other users/authors of software.
I will divide the comparison into two parts: theoretical and practical. In the practical part, there will be a comparison of different checkers, different features, and variations of swaps. In the theoretical part of the actual everything else that is not related to chequers. After each part will be a brief final comparison of anti-detects in the form of a table. I hope my article will help you to learn more about these antidetects, make conclusions and find an antidetect, which will suit you for all or most parameters. Of course, some will say, you need to compare it on a particular top-shop or in the work with the stick or something else. But these comparisons will not be quite objective, since they depend on a bunch of other factors not including Antidetect.
We will be comparing Antidetect 7.1, Antidetect by Cert, Antidetect by Good Job, Linken Sphere. These antidetects are, in my opinion, the most popular in 2017 on the WWH forum, Verified and other forums.
Some people will ask, why there is no comparison of Vector T13 Browser, AFF Combine, 8 Antidetect from Byte? The answer is: Vector T13 Browser is a free solution, you can test it yourself, AFF Combine is, at the moment, an iron Anti-Detect, the only one of its kind, 8 Antidetect from Byte and other solutions are not possible to get at the moment, they are either much less common, or even in private.
We will start with this item, it is introductory, it is not a comparison, but just a little bit about the products, since probably not everyone is familiar with those Anti-Detects I described above.
Antidetect 7.1 – posted in Verified, Exploit forum. The author of the software is Byte .catcher. His antidetect is probably one of the most popular and most used in 2017. The antidetect is based on the Firefox browser Addon. The author is currently working on version 8 of the Chromium-based antidetect. Antidetect by Cert – posted on the Verified forum in 2014. The author of the software is Dr.Cert, a detector researcher. The author of the software is also on our forum) Antidetect on the Chromium engine. At the moment the author actively supports and develops the software.
Antidetect by Good Job – posted on Verified forum in 2015. The author of the software is Good Job. Antidetect is based on Firefox. The software is supported. Used to be updated once a month stably, now rarely.
Linken Sphere – posted on WWH, Exploit, Verified and a host of other forums in 2017. Antidetect on Chromium sources. The software is very actively developed and supported. Of the features that I can highlight: quality website and extensive product documentation, payment and renewal is automated. There is a deposit of $2500 on the Verified forum and $2000 on the moza. In addition, the developers are completely open to customers, as evidenced by the support of several telegram chats with more than 1000 participants.
The price of the software is a very important parameter for all users, after they have read the topic describing the antidetect, its features and user feedback on the product. If the antidetect does not have a price, but there is a subscription fee, then the price of the product will be considered as the minimum possible price for which the product can be accessed (usually a month). The price of the product is an important factor in the purchase of the antidetect. To me, the most important thing is that the price corresponds to the quality of the product. I also want to specify that the price is another factor of the product’s prevalence: the lower the price the more users who can afford to buy the product, consequently the more people use the product. I would also like to clarify on the price that the higher you see the price, the “in your brain” the better the idea that there is a mega-super-duper cool solution, which is just mega-unique and for that price, penetration will always be under 99.9%, but in reality it is not so. Clarification: take prices without discounts!
Antidetect 7.1 Price – The official price of the product is now $100(Clarification: monthly payment). Here I would like to say that the official price is overpriced, in my opinion, although there is version 7.3, but there is nothing new there at all, which is worth attention.
The price of Antidetect by Cert is $5000. Is the most expensive antidetect. I won’t say I think it costs $5,000, but the fact that it gives it less prevalence, which is a plus, is 100%.
Anti-Detect price from Good Job is $2250 Full Version, Lite $550. Lite version differs from Full version in that there is no possibility to edit different profile parameters and change manually, in fact Lite version is designed to be used purely with purchase of configs.
Price Linken Sphere – $100 Here we would like to clarify that with this option there is no access to the paid config shop, and there is an opportunity to either generate profiles yourself, or use free ones. To access the config shop, to buy configs, you need to take a minimum of 6 months for $500. Also, individual discounts are present when purchasing a large number of licenses by teams.
Subscription fee is the amount you have to pay each month in order to use the product. For the user, it is a kind of leasing, i.e. you either pay and use it, or you don’t pay and cannot use it until you pay it. Some products may not have it. The advantage of the subscription fee (if any) is that the author of the software is interested in its development, support, otherwise, if the product goes down, the number of customers will decrease.
Antidetect 7.1 – the author of the software – $100 per month. But! To this product plus subscription fee cannot be attributed, as the author does not update it, and is busy with a new product – Antidetect 8.
Antidetect by Cert – no subscription fee.
Antidetect from Good Job – $200 per month Full Version, $65 -Lite Version. I will specify, that plus of subscription fee worked before, now as though the author on it “has bitten off”, hope it will read it and will correct Also there is “holidays”, i.e. for year it is possible to take 45 days in year for which you can not pay, a sort of holiday.
Linken Sphere – $100 a month.
The update fee is that the user of the product has to pay for each new software update. Unlike the subscription fee, the plus side is that the user can use the software even if they don’t pay for a new update. Just a maximum of the version that he paid) Also an advantage of the subscription fees can be considered that the author is interested in its development, releasing new and better quality updates. Usually the software has either a subscription fee, an update fee, or nothing at all.
Antidetect 7.1 is missing.
Anti-Detect by Cert – present. The average price of updates is $100-200. Actually updates are definitely worth it, after the release of updates all, judging by feedbacks, increases dramatically. I clarify that if you skip the update, and then immediately buy only the latest version will not work. You’ll have to pay for all the updates that came out, which I think is the right thing to do.
Antidetect from Good Job – none.
Linken Sphere is missing.
Thefrequency of updates shows how much the author of the software / his team is interested in the development of his product, the more updates, the better for users, because AF-systems are constantly developing, new detects appear or the possibility to “burn” old solutions to circumvent them. Also, we should not forget about “globality” of updates, you can release small updates that will fix old bugs, improve the stability of the software, make small changes to the product, which will not affect the passability and success of typing, and you can release “global” changes, not so often, which will include new solutions in the detection area, new swaps, change old, which can very dramatically affect the passability and success of typing.
Antidetect 7.1 is missing. Updates as such are not even worth waiting for, the author is busy developing Antidetect 8. But recently “not global” update 7.3 was released and most likely the last one.
Antidetect by Cert – there are updates every 1-1.5 months as well as every 3 months. Updates are not as frequent, but most of them are global and increase passability well after release.
Antidetect from Good Job – there used to be updates, on average, once a month. Most were fairly global, passability was growing. About half a year ago problems started and in half a year there was only one update that increased stability of antidetect (not a global update)
Linken Sphere – an average of 2-4 updates per month. From them, roughly speaking, 50% are significant enough “global updates”, which have positive impact on usability, and 50% are “non-global” updates, taking into account the wishes of customers and aimed primarily at improving usability. It is worth noting that due to the fact that antidetect is a product of deep development, even those updates that do not directly affect the antidetect are sometimes very interesting. For example, Progreater.
Configs simplify the work with any antidetector, as they allow not to get bogged down with parameter settings, which significantly speeds up the work time. These parameters are especially important for those who do a lot of work and often hit the same shop, or for those whose work is based, for example, on one top shop or for those who hit the stick and not the SS. For such variants of work it is important to be able to sample differently by OC types and Browsers. Clarification: take prices for configs without discounts!
Antidetect 7.1 – In the official store for $3. Sold single-handedly. Selected by OC type, browser, presence/absence of Flash.
Antidetect by Cert – config costs $2. Configs are sold in 1 hand. Selection by OC type, browser. There are unusual configs (Xbox, Playstation, Blackberry, etc.). Frequent addition of configs.
Antidetect by Good Job – 300 free configs per week (not in the same hands that go naturally) plus the ability to buy configs (go in the same hands) . Price config $0.09 random. 1.29 $ with the sample. Selection of configs is possible to make on base, OC, browser, screen resolution.
Linken Sphere – extensive database of free built-in configs (for all users, selection by Browser and OC). Paid configs are priced at $3. Configshop is available to those who have purchased the PRO extension and above. Configs are sold in one hand. Selection is possible by OC type, browser. presence/absence of WebGL. Worth noting is the frequent addition of fresh configs.
Usability and convenience are important parameters in antidetects. Besides the fact that the main purpose of the antidetect is to allow the shop’s AF system, antidetects mostly allow you to reduce the time needed to perform an action (e.g. typing into the shop), thus giving an opportunity to save time and nerves. Usability is a more subjective parameter and most likely it’s different for everyone, but in general each antidetector can highlight features that increase usability.
Antidetect 7.1 – in terms of stability and usability, as usual Firefox Portable browser. Browsers are not tied to the iron, there is an opportunity to open and enter where convenient, instant change WebRTC in the Browser, the ability to track IP changes. But, each browser takes -100mg. You have to generate browser every time. To change some parameters, you have to edit config code manually.
Anti-detect from Cert – handy product, stable bug-free operation, ability to change config on the fly, “mix” fonts with one click, autofill fields. Fast change of resolution, config language. There is a generator of profiles (configs)
Antidetector from Good Job – is tied to the hardware and is very similar to Cert’s antidetector. In the browser itself you can quickly clear the history, make a quick config selection using the previously set options, create and download saving (cookies, history)
Linken Sphere – I can say with confidence that for me this is the most convenient product to use. There is no binding to hardware, auto-updating, it is possible to use software on Linux, MAC, stable operation without bugs, it is possible to use on the different computers if necessary, it is possible to use a bunch of sessions simultaneously and therefore it is the same as typing from a bunch of virtual rooms, and simultaneously, it is possible to copy session with new prints in three clicks, manual input imitation, automatic warm-up sites, it is possible to automatically “check ip” and configure TimeZone, Geolocation, Language and WebRTC by yourself. All this really saves time when typing. Imitation data entry while typing for the lazy. Ability to quickly and easily add plugins, http headers, fonts, windows.navigator options. This browser has a lot of features, it is difficult to fit them all into an article, so if anyone is interested, you can read the documentation on the official site.
After the purchase of any antidetect in 99.9% there are some questions about the product and its proper use. The work of the antidetect helpdesk is very stressful because of various factors, especially it is associated with complete beginners, silly questions and complete unwillingness to figure it out on your own. Nevertheless, helpdesk is very important for everyone, because it can help you in matters of proper product setup, look and give advice on usage, assess what you might be doing wrong in software settings, etc.
Antidetect 7.1 – on the forum and in private I answer questions about the product, mostly I volunteer. If official version, there is support on product’s website and helpdesk, who will answer all questions and look at the timeline, if needed. Considering I’ve contacted the helpdesk often in my time, I’d rate his work as excellent.
Anti-detect by Cert – The product is supported by the author himself, plus a support team. Cert and the support team promptly answer all questions related to the product and anti-detect in general, frequent online, ignoring questions was not noticed. Support is provided in jabber TeamViwer (if necessary). I would rate the level of user support as excellent.
Antidetect from Good Job – product support is done by ticketing. They can help with TeamViewer if needed . There used to be support on jabber . Online is frequent, but, there have been times when you can’t get through. Personally, I didn’t get through at the time of review.
Linken Sphere – product support is provided by the support team in jabber, telegram, forums. Also, there is a chat in telegram, where users and support can help and answer questions. On the work of the support team: it is often online and answers questions even at weekends, questions are not ignored, “bolt-heading” has not been noticed. Also TeamViewer is used, as sometimes it’s easier to show than to explain in text for half an hour in a toad. I would rate the level of user support as excellent.
In this paragraph I’d like to describe what didn’t make it into the other paragraphs, briefly the various product perks, bonuses, etc.
Antidetect 7.1 – bonuses for buying over 200 configs on the forum, the browser is not tied to the hardware.
Anti-detect from Cert – product discounts, affiliate program “Bring two customers, anti-detect to you for free”, discounts on configs with a large refill, built-in config generator with selection of OC, Browser screen resolution and language.
Anti-Detect by Good Job – injector that makes a copy of the browser for flooders and botnet owners, periodic promotions on Full and Lite licenses, discounts on configs, free configs for users, built-in config generator for Full license holders.
Linken Sphere – no hardware binding, promotions, holiday bonuses (e.g. Black Friday), bonuses on configureshop refills, discounts on renewals over 6 months. (PRO, Premium), free userangents on the site for users, free config database for users with selection by OC and browser type, individual discounts when buying a large number of licenses.
. Let’s proceed to the practical part of our review. After a long pondering over what should be included into the practical part, I decided that it would be best to take a variety of checks, including some popular ones, and see how each antidetector bypasses a checker. At first I thought to make screenshots of each config and a checker, but then I realized that would get a lot of screenshots (400 with something), in fact nobody will look at them completely, and make so many screenshots is very time consuming and nobody will look at all of these screenshots, so I decided to do everything in a table, plus some interesting screenshots in the explanations. I would like to point out that: Firstly, as new versions of AD are released, the table may change. This table is 100% up to date at the time of writing (December 2017).
Secondly, this table is not a “panacea” for the practical part of antidetection, it’s just as one variant of practical checking. The most ideal verification is in practice in the beatings. But this variant is not quite suitable for checking within the scope of the article, as it adds too many other “variables” besides the system: different AF systems with different settings, quality of socks/tunnels, approach to the shop and other factors. In checkers, on the other hand, only one factor is checked. Successful passing through all the checkers also does not guarantee that compared to other products the penetration will be N-number of times higher, because, as I pointed out above, there are many other factors, and also no less important is the prevalence of the product, because in carding the fewer people use any topic, any product, the more chances it has to live longer, because on the other side of the store are also not fools sitting, and every year AF systems are rapidly developing.
I would like to explain in more detail about some interesting chequers, simply and clearly, so that every beginner or experienced user, after reading the explanation, could understand what this checker is for.
Checkers https://khronos.org – these checkers allow you to check WebGL Version 1.2 parameters in more “depth”. Ideally by all parameters get value “PASS” that successful passing of parameter (.https://prntscr.com/hxg8rg, value FAIL, on the contrary, is undesirable (https://prntscr.com/hxg9e7). The exception is if the system does not support WebGL Version 2 or in general WebGL in general.
https://patrickhlauke.github.io/touch-or-mouse.html – This checker allows you to determine if the “Test Button!” button is clicked or touched. Naturally, all touchscreen mobile devices will display touch when the button is pressed.
.https://demos.peterfriese.de/gyro/gyro.html – This checker allows you to detect the operation of the gyroscope on your smartphone. The gyroscope in your phone is a small part in touchscreen phones and tablets that senses the device’s deviation in space. The gyroscope in mobile is something like a “mounting level” in construction, (https://www.stroimteplo.ru/assets/ima99207_0001.jpg). About the checker: if Accelerometer and Gyroscope values are null, then there is no gyroscope/it is not emulated. If there are values and they change with some action, then there is a gyroscope/it is emulated. To compare, you can open the checker in an ordinary browser on your computer and on your smartphone.
.https://kangax.github.io/jstests/toDaime_type_test/ in our test this checker is used to detect if canvas substitution in the browser changes its “image” rendering. To make it simple, even if Kanvas is spoofed, the canvas should be the same as on a regular browser without any spoofing. It should not have any inscriptions, “noise” on it, nor should it change beyond recognition. (Screenshot: https://prntscr.com/htiw13). In the screenshot I have glued 3 pictures. The uppermost one is how the canvas swap should look like. The two lower ones are variations of how the kanvas picture may look when swapping it.
.https://ip-check.info – in our case we are interested in the Signature parameter, or more precisely its value (Value) Screenshot: https://prntscr.com/hxfvkv To pass the checker, this parameter should be different for different configs.
Antidetect by Good Job 1) The first thing I’d like to clarify, which turned out to be very strange for me, I didn’t see MAC and IOS configs at all. There are only FF, Chrome, IE, Android configs. 2) About WebGL spoofing let me clarify that here it is blocked at all, i.e. it is not there. 3) About WebRTC substitution – the substitution is present, but it didn’t want to work at all, I don’t know what it was a bug, glitch or something else, but the substitution of WebRTC didn’t want to work at all. Helpport, unfortunately, did not respond, so I put the minus. 4) About the Fonts swap, history repeats, the swap is present, I change the fonts, restart the browser, and the font fingerprint does not change. 5) About Checker https://lcamtuf.coredump.cx/p0f3/Anti-Detect 7.1 is identical to AntiDetect 7.1, the switch “goes” to FF, purely because the anti-detect itself is based on Firefox with Adon. 6) About the Checker https://ip-check.info and “Signature” parameter is not changed and same on all configs. 7) About Touch Emulation ( Checker: https://patrickhlauke.github.io/touch-or-mouse.html) this emulation is in every Firefox, and although it passes the checker successfully, this is not the merit of the antidetector author.
This concludes the review of Antidetect 2017. I hope my article was interesting and useful for you. In my opinion, every anti-detect is good in its own way, and there is a customer for every product. I wish everyone successful entries in 2018, and to the authors of these Antidetects success in developing their product, we are waiting for new and interesting solutions in the field of detects from you.
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