Browser profile settings
Browser profile settings are a set of parameters that are configured when creating a profile and on the basis of which sites and services will receive information about your system and generate a fingerprint.
The default settings are suitable for the vast majority of users. All generated fingerprint parameters are selected for maximum compatibility, if some parameters (user-agent) are changed, integrity may be violated. Please read the documentation in its entirety and exercise common sense before changing your browser profile settings manually.
Each build of Chromium has its own characteristics, we issue prints with maximum compatibility. If you want to transfer your account from another system, then:
- when choosing a fingerprint, generate from the same OS from which you are transferring the account (for example, for Win, the Win fingerprint)
- set hardware settings as close as possible to the system you are transferring from (cpu / ram / video)
- in the user-agent settings, you can change the OS version, but we do not recommend changing the Chrome version (for example, you can replace Windows 10 with Windows 6.1, for this you must have the appropriate knowledge)
- you can set the screen resolution and other features of the system in the same way as in the one from which you transfer the account
- user-agent must be valid and without extra characters or line breaks (at the beginning or end), that is, be in 1 line
It is highly recommended to use the default version of Chrome, the version of Octium used is based on the latest version of Chromium.
Profile Name - Required field. You can set a name for the profile that will be displayed in the list.
Profile description - An additional field in which, for ease of use, you can store the necessary information about the profile.
Start page - A field in which, if necessary, you can set the start page. Each time you start, the start page will open on the first tab along with the previously opened tabs in the profile. It is possible to add up to 20 start pages by clicking on "Add Start Page".
Profile Icon - You can choose from pre-installed or upload new icons that will be displayed in the table to the left of the profile name for ease of navigation and search in the table.
The number of available for uploading icons depends on the subscription. For Starter subscription - 3, for Base - 5, for Team - 10, for Advanced and Custom - 20 icons.
Operating system - Select the profile's operating system, currently you can choose between Windows and MacOS. A fingerprint will be generated based on the selected OS version. The operating system versions in the generated fingerprints are Windows 10, MacOS 10.14 and later.
Tags - Labels for filtering, similar to folders, allowing you to conveniently filter the desired profiles in the table. Each profile can either have several tags or not have them at all. The limit on the number of tags corresponds to the tariff plan.
User agent – client application identifier generated on the basis of the selected system in the previous window (basic profile settings). The user agent contains information about the spoofed device, operating system, and browser version. For best compatibility, it is better to use generation, you can change it manually (for Windows - Windows user agent, for MacOS - MacOS user agent), but this may affect the integrity of the generated fingerprint.
More user agents are currently implemented on macOS than on Windows. When generated during profile creation, user agents can sometimes overlap. This is the best option if your goal is to merge with the total number of users.
Since July 2022, only the major version is displayed in the Chrome user-agent , like *.0.0.0
Screen resolution - here you can select one of the commonly used screen resolutions by real users. The screen resolution fixes the area when you open the profile with the corresponding values, the maximum resolution is limited by your system resolution. The resolution can be changed after setting. In most cases, resolution changes do not affect the integrity of the print, changes by services can be perceived as connecting and using a display with a different resolution.
Fonts - substitution of a set of fonts installed in the system. The set of fonts is formed based on the choice of OS in the general settings. Some sites may check for certain fonts installed on the system. It is recommended that you do not change the settings without the necessary reason.
Languages - substitution of used browser profile languages. The browser interface language does not affect the substitution languages in any way and is set according to the system language. In the default mode, when the profile is started, the external IP address is checked and the languages corresponding to your IP are set (the final IP depends on the type of connection: direct connection, proxy or vpn with a direct connection) and in most cases it works correctly. The discrepancy between the languages and the geo of your proxy can only be in the difference in the geo IP bases. At the moment, the geo-base google is used. You can make sure by going to the search engine and entering a query, scrolling the page to the very bottom, you can see data based on your IP in google. If necessary, the parameter can be changed manually. It is not recommended to turn it off (set the real one).
Time zone - substitution of the used time zone in the browser profile. Similar to languages, the default settings correspond to geo IP addresses and the time zone is set automatically each time. If necessary, the parameter can be changed manually. It is not recommended to turn it off (set the real one).
Geolocation - substitution of the used location in the browser profile. Similar to languages and time zone, the default settings correspond to geo IP addresses. Latitude and longitude is taken randomly within the radius of an automatically defined geo. When you visit sites that try to get your location, you will see a notification asking you to grant access, until you grant it, the sites will not receive location data. If desired, the parameter can be set manually, it is recommended to choose a location corresponding to real objects, however, with the introduction of the "approximate location" function in MacOS, this data is not critically evaluated by many services. It is not recommended to turn it off (set the real one).
When setting Geolocation manually, you need to enter the Latitude, Longitude, Accuracy parameters. Accuracy - the error in determining the coordinates of latitude and longitude in meters. By default, you can set a value from the range of 25-100, and then select it for a specific task or service behavior.
CPU cores - the number of emulated process cores for the selected profile.
Memory GB – the amount of emulated RAM for the selected profile.
Renderer - the model of the emulated video card and its corresponding parameters based on real user fingerprints.
Hardware Noise - Automatic software deviations from system values to create a unique fingerprint of certain browser profile capabilities.
- WebGL - enable hardware noise for WebGL
- Canvas - enabling hardware noise for Canvas
- Audio - enable hardware noise for Audio
- Client Rects - substitution of the size of page elements (page elements differ on different devices and devices can be identified by this indicator). This substitution may incorrectly display page elements on some sites, if you encounter similar difficulties, you can try disabling the substitution.
If your task is to hide some parameters of your browser fingerprint and replace its value with a unique value, you can enable hardware noise. If you want to blend in with the crowd, turn off the noise. We recommend that you do not change the hardware noise settings unless absolutely necessary, as some services may react sensitively to the included noises.
Media devices - emulation of connected multimedia devices that will be seen by sites or services when working with this profile. In emulation mode, work with these devices is not possible. This means that access to your camera or microphone will not be physically granted, but the declared set of characteristics will be provided. For example, facebook will be able to detect that when working with a profile camera support is declared, but will not be able to interact with it. To take a selfie or send documents, you will need to select the number of cameras 0.
Proxy - select a proxy for the browser profile being used. The default value of no proxy will use your real IP address or VPN IP address. You can add a proxy both from the proxy manager list and a temporary proxy. Proxy types http/https/socks5/ssh are supported. Please note that when choosing a VPN + Proxy chain, the response and speed may decrease, and this may also affect the usability.
To quickly fill in proxy data, use the template ip:port:login:password (or specifying the protocol at the beginning protocol://login:password:ip:port).
It is necessary to bring it to this format, after using hot keys, for example, "ctrl"+"v", paste into the Host field. Available protocols are socks5, https, http, ssh. Delimiters are also supported ; @ and space in any order.
URL to change IP - if necessary, you can add a link to change IP.
WebRTC - selection of a substituted webrtc value based on the external IP of the proxy or the real one. By default, the Depend on IP option automatically replaces the value of the IP address with the external IP address of the proxy.
DNS - IP address value of dns server, default value (blank) will use proxy/vpn dns server.
Storage settings section for the selected profile.
Cookies - enable saving Cookies and Session Storage.
Passwords - enable saving passwords.
Extensions - enable saving extensions in the profile.
Local Storage - enable saving Local Storage and IndexedDB data. All services that use Local Storage to save data will be logged out when the profile is reopened if Local Storage is disabled.
History - enable saving browser history.
Bookmarks - enable saving browser bookmarks.
Service Workers - some sites store a cache of pages for offline work or other information (for example, Telegram stores part of the authorization data in Service Workers). If you do not need this function, we recommend not to enable it, as the weight of the profile increases significantly.
Section for selecting extensions from the list already installed earlier in profiles. In order for extensions to be displayed in this section, you must enable saving extensions in the profile, run the profile, and install the necessary extensions in the profile.
After installing extensions in the profile, they will be displayed in the list for all team members and on all devices, they can also be selected from the list below (without re-installation) and assigned in the settings of other profiles, provided that the option is selected in the Extensions Storage section.
Valid cookie formats such as JSON and Netscape are supported, for downloading you can drag the file with the appropriate content into the field or click in this field and paste the copied cookies.
Randomize - changing the fingerprint of the edited profile. General and hardware data are changed. The master data and the connection data are not changed.