Deep down in the depths of the hacking underground is software that is designed to help criminals, aka crimeware. This field of crimeware has a new player in town, called Antidetect. The program is designed to assist someone who stole credit card information from being detected. The program works by allowing users to very quickly and easily change components of the their system to avoid browser fingerprinting, including the browser type (Safari, IE, Chrome, etc.), version, language, user agent, Adobe Flash version, number and type of other plugins, as well as operating system settings such as OS and processor type, time zone and screen resolution. The ingenious wizard is Pavel V. Golub. This release should raise concern over card-not-present fraud, and needs to be handled.
Antidetect Demo: https://youtu.be/ZQN7CyCXh90
More on his identity: http://krebsonsecurity.com/2015/03/who-is-the-antidetect-author/