How to Test if Your Multi-Login Browser is Truly Secure – BrowserScan

"Keep your data protected with constant checks of your fingerprint. Put to the test whether your multi-login browser truly fulfills its role."

As individuals, devices, or browsing systems enter the digital world, they leave behind a unique trace known as a “fingerprint.” The fingerprint is a unique digital representation of browser characteristics, including settings, installed plugins, browser version, and even screen resolution. In summary, it’s a virtual identity that can be used to track and identify your online activities.

When employing a multi-login browser on your machine, at the verification stage by platforms, these data cannot be delivered. This is just one of our main objectives – data camouflage and security.

What’s the Importance of Implementing Lauth?

As we expand our projects and campaigns, it’s vital to protect sensitive information and avoid linking between different accounts or identities. Isolating data ensures an additional layer of security and privacy, minimizing the risk of unwanted exposure.


To achieve this level of security verification, BrowserScan emerges as an indispensable tool. Regardless of the browsing software you use, BrowserScan allows you to check the security of your fingerprint, identifying potential vulnerabilities and providing valuable insights to strengthen your online security posture. By conducting regular checks with BrowserScan, you can ensure that your fingerprint remains stable. This reveals whether your multi-login browser truly fulfills its role.

Check if the browser you’re using is a common browser or a multi-login one. That is, if when accessing BrowserScan and all topics are green, it indicates that your multi-login browser is secure, and other platforms won’t detect that it’s the same machine managing multiple profiles.

Below, we have a tutorial video to explain in more detail other BrowserScan tools and how to perform this verification in practice.

Explanatory video

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