Since Kameleo v1.3 it is possible to operate with multiple profiles at the same time. It means you can run more browsers with different IP addresses and different browser fingerprints.
Browse with 2 different IP addresses
Imagine a situation when you have to browse with 2 different IP addresses.
You could have 2 different computers with 2 different internet access. Unfortunately it is quite expensive and hard to maintain. Also what if you need more IP addresses. Then you will need computers for each.
Other solution is to use VPN providers. Then you will need just one machine and you can switch between the networks. Sooner or later you will miss a change and it will be a mess. Also it is not possible to browse simultaneously with different IPs.
Many users prefer to connect to RDPs or run VMs (virtual machines) on servers. They work quite okay, but it is a very expensive solution. It is not possible to scale them easily. Once someone needs 100 profiles it will result 100 Virtual Machines or Remote Desktops. The cost for that is terrible. Also if you need to run a profile that you used 1 year ago it will be difficult to connect to the same Remote Desktop or setup the same VM.
Kameleo is the solution
Kameleo is providing a simple solution for running multiple browsers with different IP addresses and browser fingerprints. You can simply create multiple profiles and set up different IP addresses for each. It simply starts more browsers with different IPs. It also takes care about the digital fingerprint that also has to be different.
It is not enough to have different IP address. If you would like to visit the same site with 2 different accounts a clever site may also check your browser fingerprint. It will not just look for different IPs but different browser configuration. If they are the same the website will notice and block you. Occasionally you can read News about Facebook blocking and deleting accounts. It happens when Facebook detects that 2 accounts are maintained by the same user. If you don’t take care of you browser fingerprint it can happen to you as well. Kameleo will handle it and you won’t have to worry.
Once you created a profile you can save it to .kameleo file. You can store them locally, they are just a couple of MegaBytes so your disk won’t be full with VM images. You can load them any time.
The good news is that you can have as many profiles and browser configuration as you want. Kameleo has no limit on the number of profiles.
Here is an article on Medium about running multiple accounts with multiple profiles.