Anti-detection is a unique and custom feature exclusive to

When you connect to a website there are several ways to determine if the connection is from a normal user on their own ISP provided connection or if it's an automated script or if they're using a proxy.  Our anti-detection is meant to prevent that detection and keep your connection looking like a regular user.

To do this we have created a system where you can modify how the proxy you use connects and sends to the website you want to view.  The first type of modification is to the packets and the second is to the network.

Packet modification

All data on a network is sent using packets.  Sending to/from a proxy and website is no different.  How each operating system, browser, script, router etc do it are unique however.  The way Chrome will format packets is different than Firefox which is different than cURL.  The same is also for operating systems: Windows will format them differently than Mac.

We allow you to completely modify how the packet is sent.  The order of the packet headers, options, the data size etc.  This customizability allows you to create proxies to emulate different systems.  If you don't do packet modification then you changing the User-Agent (in HTTP headers) will not match up with the packet and it will give away that your UA is faked.

Network modification

Not all users have the same connection as with a server which is why we also allow you to modify how we handle the connection itself.  Instead of a 5ms connection from our server you can increase the latency to 100ms for example.  Choose whatever delay you wish.  We also offer packet re-ordering (as not all packets always arrive in the same order), packet loss and more.  Everything about the network can be customized to fit a specific profile.  This modification is done at the network level and is not software based either.