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Virtualize Firefox?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Aaric, Dec 27, 2012.

  1. Aaric

    Aaric Elite Member

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    Hey friends
    I want to run a copy of firefox in such environment that it send all randomize information about windows operating system.

    I know we can use vmware and such software, but these needs huge installations.

    I just want to right click firefox and RUN it in virtual environment.
     
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    Mmm that's not possible I think. Maybe try Wine with Linux?
     
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    Have you tried Sandboxie ?
     
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    I don't think Sandboxie can randomize the operating system (if it can let me know how).
     
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    Sandboxie worked fine for one purpose

    for os,time zone, resolution i am searching more
     
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    In this case I would find where these hooks are in the source and try pulling a random one from an array which you could hardcode in.
     
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    Useragent gives that information away. If the site is more complicated they may try to use java/flash to detect various things such as fonts/plugins/etc. usually thats relayed by a POST request so you can try checking the traffic and change it yourself if you want to.