Complete Guide on Integration with Proxifier

In this era, Privacy is the main concern for many users; they can’t tolerate any traffic sent via their ISP directly without any protection. Here it comes, Proxifier is an advanced proxy manager for your windows, mac, and android operating systems, and it’s a paid tool with 31 days free trial.We will be giving step by step integration proxies with Proxifier.

What is Proxifier?

This is the application to route all or selected application TCP/UDP traffic over the HTTP/HTTPS or Socks Proxies.

However, It works for programs that do not support proxies at all in their settings, and it supports proxy chaining as this is idle for more rotating your traffic through multiple proxy servers according to your settings.

Here is the Screenshot of the software in 2022:

Screenshot of Proxifier

How to configure HTTPS and Socks5 proxies with Proxifier

Follow the simple steps to set up the proxy server inside the Proxifier.

1: Click the “Profile” button at the navigation, then go to the “Proxy Servers” option.

Add proxy server

2: You will see a model with some options. Click the “Add” button. It will show you the fields you will populate with the private proxy or free proxy server you want to use with the program.

Address: IP


Protocol: HTTPS OR Socks 4 or Socks 5

In this example, we are using HTTPS Proxy if you want to use Socks, select the Socks version from the protocol dropdown.

Importing Proxies

Authorization for the Proxy Server

3: Usually, paid proxies to require a username and password-based authentication, So that click “Enable” to see the user and pass fields. Otherwise, it’s not required if your proxy server does not need authorization or you used IP-based authorization.

4: Click the “Check” button. It will show if the entered proxy is working or having any issues.

Proxy test passed

5: Finally, If the check is passed, click “Okay” now; it will use your defined IP server.

How to Setup Proxy Chains

A proxy chain is an advanced method to rotate your proxy based on the scenario you select inside the proxifier.

They provide you with 3 types of chaining.

1: Simple Chain will switch from one to another proxy sequentially.

2: Redundancy Chain if the first proxy fails, it will use the next one.

3:Load balancing Chain will distribute the load of your requests over multiple proxy servers.

Let’s jump into it. At the start, repeat the process of adding the proxy server from above right afterward. Click the “create” button. It will make the empty entry group where you can drag and drop the proxies from the above servers to drop here.

See an example:

Proxy Chain Settings

4: Now, on each group, click and instantly show you the chain type you want to select from there, and press “okay.”

In this example, I selected Simple Chain so you can tick anyone.

Chain Type

It’s done now. You can use the Proxifier with a proxy server or with Proxy-Chaining it’s up to your choice and requirements. Looking for a more details you can checkout there official documentation.

Wrapping Up:

Software like Proxifier is specially designed to get full-time protection and bypass restrictions, and secure your internet traffic.

You can request our team for private proxies integration help or any query related to proxies via click here to contact or live help chat.

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