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RE: Linken Sphere – antidetect browser of the new generation #11
07/31/18

Friends, today we would like to please you with the long-awaited release, and not one, but two at once. We have long emphasized the importance of choosing the optimal working environment for each user, but due to huge changes in quality and capabilities between the 6th and 7th line, the output of these updates was constantly delayed, which led users to use outdated versions.

We are always very attentive to your requests and wishes, therefore we have done a great job for all people who prefer an alternative to Windows and MacOS.

Meet - The Sphere 1.1 and Linken Sphere 7.81 (beta) for Linux!

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We have done our best to preserve the enormous capabilities of the programs and to achieve their high-quality work on the following systems:

- Ubuntu
- Linux Mint
- Kali Linux
- Gentoo (Calculate Linux)
- Fedora
- Debian
- OpenSUSE
- Slackware
- Mageia
- PCLinux
- Kubuntu

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Sincerely we thank all users who took part in the early testing of published versions! Despite stability and positive results in real work, we save Beta status of Linken Sphere for Linux with the goal of 100% making sure of the same quality work of all available functions of the program, as is the case with other systems.

In case of problems, questions or requests, we are always glad to hear from you on the indicated contacts:

Telegram: @Gor510
E-mail: sales@linken-sphere.info
Jabber: sales.linkensphere@exploit.im

We wish you pleasant, successful and high-quality work!

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RE: Linken Sphere – antidetect browser of the new generation #12
As per forum rules, you are not permitted to double-post.

Instead, please edit your Initial post.
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RE: Linken Sphere – antidetect browser of the new generation #13
(08-03-2018, 03:50 PM)mothered Wrote: As per forum rules, you are not permitted to double-post.

Instead, please edit your Initial post.

I respect the rules of your forum. I posted next updates after the requests of your members. Allow me to leave the previous posts, please!

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RE: Linken Sphere – antidetect browser of the new generation #14
(08-04-2018, 10:27 PM)Gor510 Wrote:
(08-03-2018, 03:50 PM)mothered Wrote: As per forum rules, you are not permitted to double-post.

Instead, please edit your Initial post.

I respect the rules of your forum. I posted next updates after the requests of your members. Allow me to leave the previous posts, please!

Well, wouldn't it be smarter just to update the same thread.
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RE: Linken Sphere – antidetect browser of the new generation #15
(08-04-2018, 10:27 PM)Gor510 Wrote:
(08-03-2018, 03:50 PM)mothered Wrote: As per forum rules, you are not permitted to double-post.

Instead, please edit your Initial post.

I respect the rules of your forum. I posted next updates after the requests of your members. Allow me to leave the previous posts, please!

Your other posts contain a lot of updates, so on this occasion I'll leave them as Is.

Thanks for acknowledging the rules and compliance In future posts.
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RE: Linken Sphere – antidetect browser of the new generation #16
This looks like a great product! But tell me, where can I get the source code? I'm not in the habit of trusting closed-source solutions.

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RE: Linken Sphere – antidetect browser of the new generation #17
This will definitely be useful! Thanks for the work

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RE: Linken Sphere – antidetect browser of the new generation #18
(08-05-2018, 10:45 PM)Cryogenica Wrote: This looks like a great product! But tell me, where can I get the source code? I'm not in the habit of trusting closed-source solutions.

Source code is closed.

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RE: Linken Sphere – antidetect browser of the new generation #19
(08-06-2018, 08:43 AM)Gor510 Wrote:
(08-05-2018, 10:45 PM)Cryogenica Wrote: This looks like a great product! But tell me, where can I get the source code? I'm not in the habit of trusting closed-source solutions.

Source code is closed.

That was exactly my point.

The best way to hide either that security software is buggy and doesn't secure your data well or that it does tracking on you anyway is to close off the source code. That may not even be the intention of closing the source but closing it off leaves it impervious to any sort of review and therefore can actually compromise the security in itself. Any user of the software isn't going to reverse engineer your entire application, but a clever attacker with a bit of time on their hands wont think twice about the potential opportunity if they've got a hunch that your software isn't up to its supposed standards.

Don't get me wrong, I think it's a great solution, but maybe you could follow a licensing model similar to RedHat. You could probably even, if you wanted to, create your own license which allows reading the source but not copying it for similar products. But don't close off the source, please! By closing the source, you're also limiting your market significantly. Most of the market for stuff like what you're doing won't even look twice once they find the source is closed, so you might be doing yourself a huge disservice.

Anyway, that's just my own (rather long-winded) opinion, but I hope you at least take it into account going into the future.

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RE: Linken Sphere – antidetect browser of the new generation #20
Greetings, friends!

We bring to your attention the world's first public fake detector of the new generation, incorporating all the best and most advanced technologies for checking the quality of the substitution of the person on the Web.

We are sure that now you will forget about the need to use a lot of different checkers, services and sites to check the necessary parameters of substitutions and will be able to get the best quality and useful information in only one place!

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What is the difference from existing solutions?

All the usual checkers for checking anonymity (such as whoer.net / browseleaks.com / whatleaks.com, etc.) are able to see only primitive mismatches in the headers and browser settings. The visibility of a qualitative browser setting when checking on these resources is sufficient for normal anonymization, but it is not an indicator of a quality substitution for Antifraud systems using many of their own algorithms.

In addition, many known anonymity checkers have direct relevance directly to companies that develop AF systems, which makes it possible to compromise the addresses and configurations from which such resources were visited.

If your work is related to the need to substitute browser settings and fingerprints, then it is the likelihood that Antifraud will notice the site or service these changes and is fundamental to success.

Fake Vision - the world's first public fake detector, built using the technologies of the most common Antifraud systems.

Thanks to the use of a lot of advanced technologies and tests used in the modern AF systems studied by us, the detector will informively show the probability of fake of your browser or IP and will indicate the weaknesses. This will help to fix the problem as quickly as possible and significantly improve the results of your work.

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Using Fake Vision, you no longer have to visit many resources to perform separate checks - the fake detector combined a huge amount of verifiable information related to both browser settings and connection parameters.

How it works?

By accessing Fake Vision, you can independently select the necessary checks associated with the connection based on the need (some tests require additional time - an approximate expectation is written next to a specific test). For the most accurate picture of the fake, we recommend performing the maximum possible list of checks.

After launching the test, Fake Vision performs browser validation and connection tests using specific algorithms and technologies aimed at detecting spoofing.

In addition to special tests, the following basic parameters are checked:

General: ip4 / WebRTC addresses, Timezone, Zip, Geolocation, Useragent

Browser: Scripts, Audio, Screen, Canvas, Navigator, Plugins, Fonts, WebGl, Timezone, clientRects, Modernizr, Java, Ubercookie, Hashes

Connection: Open ports, Nmap, DNS, Double ping, Black List, Proxy headers, Timezone, etc.

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Based on the results of the tests conducted, you will get visual information in the form of percentages of the likelihood that the browser or connection to the Network has been subjected to interferences from the user. In addition, the fake detector will point to the main problem points in red so that you can eliminate the shortcomings in your configuration as quickly and comfortably as possible.

Fake Vision is free for use by a public project, which from now on also becomes a default fake detector in the browsers The Sphere and Linken Sphere. Our team strongly recommends its use for daily work in order to increase the comfort and quality of your work!

At the moment the project has the status of "Beta", and there may be minor problems that will be promptly corrected and updated. We are grateful to all users for help in improving the project!

Official address of the detector: http://f.vision

If you have questions or wishes, you can use the following contacts for communication:

Telegram: @Gor510, @fakevisioneng (Telegram-group)
Jabber: sales.linkensphere@exploit.im
E-mail: sales@linken-sphere.info
(This post was last modified: 08-16-2018, 12:09 PM by Gor510.)

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