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Multiloginapp Alternatives?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Troshi, Jun 15, 2017.

  1. Troshi

    Troshi Senior Member

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    Is there a Multiloginapp alternative that is more affordable? I could just use FoxyProxy, but I don't feel like clearing cookies/cache every single time + having to manually log in each time. I emailed sessionbox support a week ago and haven't heard anything back.
     
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    MultiFox maybe: https://github.com/hultmann/multifox/releases/tag/3.2.3#allaccounts, or AllAccounts: https://github.com/RyDroid/allaccounts, CookieSwap is something similar too: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/cookieswap/, however i'm not sure how these three handle proxies.

    For Chrome you can try Swap My Cookies: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/swap-my-cookies/dffhipnliikkblkhpjapbecpmoilcama?hl=en.

    Pokki is another one: http://www.pokki.com/, but it has limited site availability.

    DIY solution: Look into how to run multiple Firefox profiles simultaneously and make a shortcut for each instance on your desktop, name them to account1, account2 etc.. So you can have one instance for every account with its own set of cookies and a pre-defined proxy.

    I'm afraid if you need something more advanced, you need to pay up.
     
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  3. Troshi

    Troshi Senior Member

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    I don't have a problem paying a bit, but the MultiLoginApp seems a bit overpriced in my opinion.
     
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    colineastman Newbie

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    I still haven't found anything better than Multilogin App. I think it is worth it if you have a good monetization strategy.
     
  5. BloodyNinja

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    what Multiloginapp features do you need exactly? Multiple browser profile management, browser fingerprint management, API? How many browser profiles do you need approximately?

    Also, are you aware there is a free version of Multiloginapp with a limited number of browser profiles? When talking about alternatives, it's hard to manage over 10 profiles with them anyway.
     
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  6. Troshi

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    I want to operate multiple accounts without having to clear browser cookies/cache, switch proxies, and log in. I don't need API. I am aware of the free version, I'm currently using it.
     
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    Multiloginapp is indeed not cheap and that's for a good reason. Because it's simply awesome. But of course, I am just kidding.

    In fact, the influx of new users is so huge that we will raise prices soon enough for newcomers. Also, there will be a waiting list for the enterprise users so we could schedule infrastructure development.

    There are two reasons for Multiloginapp's high prices:

    1. Everything related to browser fingerprinting is the Wild West. Every step requires an enormous amount of research and talent to complete. Every mistake in the development process may harm thousands.
    Working on such terms costs a lot. Or even like this: A LOT. 90% of revenues goes straight into R&D.

    2. Revenues coming from commercial users help Multiloginapp to maintain infrastructure for free users. Many of them are private individuals not looking to make money in any way. They just want to evade ubiquitous web trackers. One might say that there is no reason why commercial users should pay for free ones. But I think there is.
    Strong people should help weaker ones and richer should help poorer. This is how the world is turned into a better place and this is why Multiloginapp will always be free for small-scale non-commercial usage.

    Regarding your particular case, I will send you a PM and let's see what we can work out.
     
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    @BloodyNinja do you sell Stealthfox as a stand alone product?
     
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    Nope, it won't work without Multiloginapp.
     
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    Do you have skype or anything else? I have a couple of questions please.
     
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    hello
    so, what you use now?
    your problem is solved on the multiloginapp?
     
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    BloodyNinja is not kidding about the anti-fingerprinting being a legitimate factor in the cost of multiloginapp. You're not likely to find something that does that for cheaper.
    If you just need to log in to the same site in the same browser window, you can do that with Ghost Browser. You can also assign a different proxy to each tab for further isolation.
     
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    I was just about to come here and say that Ghost Browser is the closest you will get and its a lot cheaper. The have a beta proxy extension that allows each session to have its own proxy.
     
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    Oh, hello
    Lately, Ghost Browser guys have been stalking on Multiloginapp threads and discussions all over the internet.
    Just check out #multiloginapp hashtag on Twitter.
    Judging by your first two posts on BHW, I would say you are someone from their team ;) If so, good luck to you guys :)
     
  15. KIMW

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    Agree with you Troshi. Me too I don't mind paying a bit for a tool like that but I also think MultiLoginApp is overpriced. Perhaps companies don't mind paying so much but for individual users it's too much. The free version is ok but there are options missing like Stealthfox.

    How Ghost Browser is doing comparatively with MultiLoginApp? Has anyone tried Ghost Browser?
    What about Firefox Multi-Account Containers. Has anyone tried that?
     
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    Bump.
     
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    Why wouldn't you try and report back instead of waiting for someone to spoon feed you?
    Whether any of those solutions will work for you or not totally depends on your use/business case.
     
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    C'mon young padawan, a forum is made for that. It's about sharing experiences. Although I am new at BHW, I am active on others forums where I happily share what I know and ask people to share when I don't know something.

    At the moment I am trying MultiLoginApp and I think it's a great tool. I'll try Ghost Browser later on and will see the pro and cons for both of them.
    But if someone has already tried Ghost Browser or Firefox Multi-Account Containers and would not mind to share her/his experience, I'll be happy to hear that.

    Reading your previous post I can see that you are a bit paranoid thinking perhaps there is a kind of conspiracy on BHW against MultiLoginApp but if there is one I am not part of it.

    Instead of being upset because people think MultiLoginApp is too expensive, be constructive and tell us why you think MultiLoginApp is better than Ghost Browser. Thank you.
     
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    @KIMW lmao I have no idea how did you conclude there was a conspiracy against Multiloginapp. Of course, there isn't. I just like when people share their experience before presenting a question. If you went through my posts, you should know I myself act exactly this way.
     
  20. ExtremeRandom

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    Well he does work with/for multiloginapp so take they how you will. BloodyNinja is pretty helpful on these forums tho especially if you have questions regarding browser privacy

    I haven't heard of Firefox multi account container but I have used both multiloginapp and ghost browser and they both work well. You definitely have to use both and see which works better for you on top of considering if the costs outweigh the benefits.