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How do log in to an account with cookies?

Cookies are data stored by a website in the client browser. A Cookie contains a small amount of arbitrary data. In most cases, accounts are sold with cookies in JSON format.

After logging into your account with your username and password, the website saves a special label in the cookie that allows the website to identify the user even if the user closes the browser TAB, shuts down the computer and returns to the website later. If you transfer the cookie to another browser or computer and log in to that website platform, then in fact, the platform will not suspect that the account has been logged in from another device “, just as if you had logged in with your own login password on the first computer. The main advantage of logging in to an account through cookies is that there is no need for authorization through a login name and password, and it increases the trust of the website for such account logins. This is not a substitute for following other rules/recommendations such as using high quality proxy ip, preventing account association, etc. But it significantly improves the credibility of the website.

If you buy the account, and provide the Cookie is not like regular JSON Cookie format, such as the following: W3siZG9tYWluIjoiLmZhY2Vib29rLmN… MUiOnRydWUsInZhbHVlIjoiMSJ9XQ = = so this means that your cookies have been coded.

This encoding is called Base64, and in order to get a regular JSON cookie from it, you need to convert it to the desired JSON cookie format.

When copying the Cookie code in Base64 format, be careful to copy the complete code, do not copy other data into it (such as UserAgent), otherwise there will be an error when converting the format!

To convert the Base64 Cookie format to JSON cookie format:

1. Copy Base64 format Cookie code paste to transformation format.

2. After the conversion is completed, copy the JSON cookie code of the right border and paste it to the required place.

What is a User Agent?

The User Agent is a browser identifier string that is passed to the server when a website page is entered. This identifier contains information about the browser type, the type of system the browser is running on, and the browser version. User Agent Example: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, such as Gecko) Chrome/89.0.4389.90 Safari/537.36

User Agent is used by social media. The network changes when the device fingerprint is compiled, so various browsers with the ability to change the device fingerprint replace this value for each new TAB. If the account you purchased comes with Useragent, you should use it to reduce the likelihood of the account being disabled. The setup process may vary depending on the software you plan to use, but in general, the basic operation is to copy the relevant User Agent information and paste it where you need it, and the process is quite simple.

You can use the fingerprint browser to import relevant User Agent information

How do I use an account with cookies?

If you need to use cookies to log in to your account, you can use Fingerprint browser to import these Cookie codes. Here is just an example of the AdsPower Browser fingerprint browser:

1. Download the AdsPower Browser software to your computer

2. Create an account

3. If the demand is not large, use the free version. The free version can create 2 browser environments for free

4. Click “New Browser” in the upper right corner after registering your account.

5. After opening the new browser page, you can see a Cookie area at the bottom. Copy and paste the Cookie code that has been converted before to this area

6. If the password information contains UserAgent, copy and paste it to the UserAgent area

7. Scroll down to the account platform option, where you need to select the corresponding platform, for example, if you import Facebook cookies, the platform will select Facebook

8. After configuring the proxy, click Save

9. Open after the configuration is complete