How does Virtual machine Antidetect differ from browser-based Antidetect?

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Browser-based antidetects and Virtual Machine Antidetect are fundamentally different concepts. At the moment, there are more than 20 browser-based antidetects and new ones appear every year, but in all antidetect-browsers, the main feature is to change the prints by adding "noise" when processing these prints.

In Antidetect virtual machines, the user can use official browsers without modifying them, because when creating a new virtual machine, a new computer is created. In addition, Antidetect allows you to work with local applications: poker clients, casinos, forex, games, etc., which is impossible in browser-based antidetects in principle. And yes, one more thing, there are more than 20 browser-based antidetects, and only one virtual machine Antidetect.

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