Traditional browsers are unable to realize multiple account logins, but the demand for multiple account logins is growing. Multiple accounts logging in at the same time without being associated with each other requires multiple physical devices and multiple network cables, which is costly. Is there any way to realize multi-login with only one computer and run independently? This article will introduce an effective method.
What is the Account Association?
First of all, we need to understand what is an association. Association refers to the situation when different accounts are used on the same device, or when multiple online accounts share common digital traits and the relationship between these accounts is discovered or traced. Traditional browsers often use the same hardware and software fingerprint information and share the same network IP address, which leads to associations between accounts that may cause account blocking, privacy leakage, and information security issues. To prevent association, we can use virtual multi-login browser.
What is VMLogin Virtual Multi-Login Browser?
VMLogin Virtual Browser is a tool designed for account multi-login. It creates a differentiated login environment by simulating the browser’s hardware and software fingerprint information, freely configuring an independent IP network, and creating an independent and isolated environment for multiple accounts, thus enabling simultaneous multi-opening of accounts without association.
Simulate Browser Hardware and Software Fingerprint Information
VMLogin emulates the browser’s hardware and software fingerprints, allowing each account to be identified independently when logging in. It can simulate different operating systems, browser versions, resolutions, plug-ins, time zones, geographic locations, memory, kernel versions, fonts and languages, CPU, GPU, User-Agents, WebGL, Canvas, etc. for each device. And custom modify or randomize the MAC address and computer name to make the login information of each account unique and different, so as to avoid association.
Freedom to Configure Separate IP Networks
Each browser virtualization configuration can have a different IP address, allowing for the separation of network traffic between accounts. Users can customize their proxy servers to emulate the IP addresses of geographically located global regions. In this way, each browser configuration is equivalent to a device from any region of the world. Even if you only use one computer, each of your accounts can be accessed using a different IP address, increasing the isolation and stability between accounts and reducing the risk of being associated.
Separate Isolated Environment for Multiple Accounts
VMLogin Virtual Browser provides separate isolated environments for each account, allowing each account to run independently. This means that each account has its own cache, cookies, session, and other information that is not shared or interfered with by other accounts. In addition, all virtual profiles are also completely isolated from local cookies, storage, and cache. This independent and isolated environment effectively prevents association problems between accounts.
Differentiated Login Environment, Multiple Logins at Once
With VMLogin, users can freely configure different hardware and software fingerprint information, IP address, etc. to create a differentiated login environment according to your needs. In this environment, users can open multiple accounts at the same time, and these accounts will not be associated with each other, ensuring the security and privacy of the accounts.