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Transferring Browser Profiles

Updated 1 week ago by Yvonne

Transfer functionality allows you to fully transfer a browser profile from your Multilogin account to another. When a browser profile is transferred to another user it keeps all of its data such as cookies, local storage and extensions, tabs, proxy settings, browser parameters, and fingerprint overlays.

Note: Team, Scale, and Custom plan users can transfer profiles to users who have Solo, Team, Scale, and Custom plans. It is not possible to transfer a browser profile from or to a team member.

Features of the transfer functionality:

  • Transfers can be performed in bulk or one by one
  • Transferred profile will be automatically removed from owner's account after the transfer is completed
  • Multilogin account password is required to complete a transfer
  • User will be notified via email when transfer is completed

Transferring a browser profile

Note: Recipients with a Solo plan will have an “Active session lock” disabled.
Note: The browser profile will disappear from your account's profile list once the transfer is confirmed.

  1. Choose a browser profile you want to transfer
  2. Click on browser profile setting and click “Transfer”
  3. Insert the email address of the account you want to transfer this browser profile to into “Recipient Multilogin account email” field
  4. Enter your Multilogin account password into “Your Multilogin account password” filed
  5. Click “Confirm transfer”

Transferring browser profiles in bulk

Note: Recipients with a Solo plan will have an “Active session lock” disabled.
Note: The browser profile will disappear from your account's profile list once the transfer is confirmed.

  1. Go to the browser profiles list
  2. Click on the cog icon at the top right
  3. Select browser profile(s) that you want to transfer
  4. Click “Transfer” on the top left of the screen
  5. Insert the email address of the account you want to transfer this browser profile to into “Recipient Multilogin account email” field
  6. Enter your Multilogin account password into “Your Multilogin account password” filed
  7. Click “Confirm transfer”

Changing hardware fingerprints

When transferring browser profiles, be mindful that if you set Hardware fingerprint masking to Noise mode, and another user opens it on a machine with different hardware installed, the website may see that the Hardware readouts (Canvas, AudioContext, and WebGL) are not persistent across multiple launches.

The added noise is persistent. However, it is added as a filter on top of the existing machine fingerprint. So, if the machine, from which the browser profile is launched, has changed, then the readouts also change.

If non-changing readouts are required on multiple devices, then there are few solutions:

  1. Use the Share and Transfer functionalities on identically configured Virtual Machines (VM) or Virtual Private Servers (VPS) with Hardware fingerprints set to Noise mode. Since these machines will be set up the same way, the masked hardware fingerprints will remain consistent on multiple machines.
  2. Share profile between identical PC models with the same hardware, driver and OS setup. Since these machines have the same hardware setup, the masked hardware prints will remain consistent on multiple machines.
  3. Run Multilogin on the same Mac computers. The same logic applies, but also help better blend in as it’s described in above.


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