Multilogin VS RaspBerry for Facebook Automation

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Hi,
I know this forum is plenty of experts on the Facebook accounts automation field.

Can I validate this plan with you?

It is possible to run 20 social accounts in the same hardware, with no Multilogin (so, the 20 social accounts will have the same fingerprints) ?

My plan is to buy raspberrys, and run up to 20 accounts on each one.

That will be much more cost-effective than pay the Multilogin fee.

My question is: can 20 accounts have the same fingerprints?
 

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Dude, if you cannot afford multi-login, I'll highly suggest not getting those raspberry's.
 

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Dude, if you cannot afford multi-login, I'll highly suggest not getting those raspberry's.
I can afford Multilogin.
But as any business owner, I am always looking for ways to reduce costs, in order to be more competitive.

For Example: Today I am paying EUR 800/month to Multilogin.
If I build my own datacenter of RPIs, I will recover the investment in a few months (3-4 months).

After I recover the investment, I have additonal 800EUR/month in invest in other areas like R+D or Marketing.
 

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not sure facebook is gonna like 20 accounts running from a raspberry. even more if those accounts run like boted accounts. maybe install an android emulator (something like bluestack but that works for linux), make 5 or so "profiles" on the emulator, and run 4 accounts on each profile? if its different instances from the emulator, some of the fingerprints should differ too. guess you gotta experiment with it.
 

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No, raspberry pis run ARM instead of x86 which is very easy to profile and quite unusual. You'll be better off developing your own anti fingerprinting tech or testing out other fingerprint browsers.
 

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No, raspberry pis run ARM instead of x86 which is very easy to profile and quite unusual. You'll be better off developing your own anti fingerprinting tech or testing out other fingerprint browsers.
wouldnt an android emulator mask that?

also, @ConnectionSphere consider just buying phones. you are from Argentina right? you can get a shitty Quantum Five Dual SIM 16 GB gris 512 MB RAM cellphone for 8500 pesos right now. cheaper than a raspberry pi, and its native android (8.1. if you want newer, you gotta expend a little more).
 

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wouldnt an android emulator mask that?

also, @ConnectionSphere consider just buying phones. you are from Argentina right? you can get a shitty Quantum Five Dual SIM 16 GB gris 512 MB RAM cellphone for 8500 pesos right now. cheaper than a raspberry pi, and its native android (8.1. if you want newer, you gotta expend a little more).
I use Ruby + Selenium + Browser (chrome, firefox... mimic)...

What is an emuator exactly? And can it run my software?
 

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What is an emuator exactly? And can it run my software?
i am not a super technical expertan or anything, so take what i say with a grain of salt. an emulator emulates a different environment. for example, you can use bluestack 5 (a popular emulator) to emulate an instance of android in your windows PC. so its like you have an android phone in your PC, and you can run android stuff there that wouldn't run in windows. in the case of bluestack, it appears as a window, so you can still use windows stuff in the background. bluestack doesn't work with linux stuff (so it probably wont work with raspberry pi) but there are many other good ones. emulators can be kind of heavy depending on what you want to do with them, so you wont know for sure how well it takes the load until you run it.
I use Ruby + Selenium + Browser (chrome, firefox... mimic)...
for what did you built this bot? in what were you using it before? windows? linux? tbh i don't think you can make this work with an android emulator.
Potentially, but emulators are heavy on ram, so you would struggle to run more than one active session on a RPI (8GB) - and it defeats the purpose of using RPI's, instead just buy a beefy server.

Also emulators have their own fingerprints
i agree that emulators can be quite heavy. from what i understood, he wants to use 1 account at a time, not all accounts all the time, so if it can manage 1 active session, i guess that would be enough? i still think just buying heaps of cheap phones is the ideal low budget scalable platform for this stuff (if he can run his software on phones of course)

slightly off topic, but if you want a way to automate stuff on android, tasker has gotten quite good. i want to get into tasker automation one of these days; wish the official tutorials were less outdated
 
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i am not a super technical expertan or anything, so take what i say with a grain of salt. an emulator emulates a different environment. for example, you can use bluestack 5 (a popular emulator) to emulate an instance of android in your windows PC. so its like you have an android phone in your PC, and you can run android stuff there that wouldn't run in windows. in the case of bluestack, it appears as a window, so you can still use windows stuff in the background. bluestack doesn't work with linux stuff (so it probably wont work with raspberry pi) but there are many other good ones. emulators can be kind of heavy depending on what you want to do with them, so you wont know for sure how well it takes the load until you run it.
Ok. So, an emulator is like a virtual machine.

I could run my accounts in VMs also, if I find a way of fully automate the creation, deletion, launching, and closing of VMs.

Any clue on this?
 

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Ok. So, an emulator is like a virtual machine.

I could run my accounts in VMs also, if I find a way of fully automate the creation, deletion, launching, and closing of VMs.

Any clue on this?
i think the main difference is that an emulator is emulating something else, while a VM is just doing its own thing. you can use emulators to emulate a gameboy and play old pokemon games, for example. many emulators are also made with the non-techy user in mind, they tend to have easy to understand UIs. i am not familiar with VMs, sorry.
 

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Hi,
I know this forum is plenty of experts on the Facebook accounts automation field.

Can I validate this plan with you?

It is possible to run 20 social accounts in the same hardware, with no Multilogin (so, the 20 social accounts will have the same fingerprints) ?

My plan is to buy raspberrys, and run up to 20 accounts on each one.

That will be much more cost-effective than pay the Multilogin fee.

My question is: can 20 accounts have the same fingerprints?

Take a look at this thread and talk with the developer
 

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Mutilogin ?
bro need too much money to maintain it , i can farm more than 6k accounts but it costs only 200 500$ / 1 month
If there are only 20 account
So, what is better to use?
 

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It is possible to run 20 social accounts in the same hardware, with no Multilogin (so, the 20 social accounts will have the same fingerprints) ?

My plan is to buy raspberrys, and run up to 20 accounts on each one.

That will be much more cost-effective than pay the Multilogin fee.

My question is: can 20 accounts have the same fingerprints?
Yes, 20 accounts will have no issues with the same fingerprints, but you should have at least 4 mobile proxies, so there are no more than 5 accounts on a single IP.


not sure facebook is gonna like 20 accounts running from a raspberry. even more if those accounts run like boted accounts. maybe install an android emulator (something like bluestack but that works for linux), make 5 or so "profiles" on the emulator, and run 4 accounts on each profile? if its different instances from the emulator, some of the fingerprints should differ too. guess you gotta experiment with it.
Actually, mobile devices share the same fingerprints(same hardware) so it should be fine. Emulators on other hand are very easy to be detected and super hard to spoof.


I use Ruby + Selenium + Browser (chrome, firefox... mimic)...

What is an emuator exactly? And can it run my software?
Selenium is too easy to be detected, but if it works for you, then just keep going. But you have to be aware - that if the site you want to automate wants to know if you are using selenium, they can do it.

Potentially, but emulators are heavy on ram, so you would struggle to run more than one active session on a RPI (8GB) - and it defeats the purpose of using RPI's, instead just buy a beefy server.

Also emulators have their own fingerprints
If you go with an emulator that is not so well known(bliss os for example), then memory usage can be pretty low, I managed to run my emulators on 1Gb per instance.

But emulator fingerprints will be very hard to spoof so they look like a real device so I'm not sure if that is worth the hassle.

For Facebook, it's still the best to find the most stealth chrome driver setup and go with it when it comes to [money / time / pain / benefits] ratio.
 

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Any reason no one has mentione Incogniton or other similar but cheaper alternatives to multilogin? Are they not up to the task?
 
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