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browser with unique ip

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by happylama, Oct 26, 2016.

  1. happylama

    happylama Junior Member

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    Hey, is there a way to give each browser a unique ip , like opening 10 session of chrome and giving each of them an unique ip, or maybe there is a browser ou there that have this option .
     
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    any answer ?
     
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    There is one like this i've read a very long time ago on another website I didn't pay attention to it. It's an app for firefox or google chrome look into it.
     
  4. TimothyEyton

    TimothyEyton Junior Member

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    Yeah of course. There's probably a few different ways of doing it actually.

    Firstly, there are tons of proxy related browser plugins out there that you could check out. I'm not sure if they will do exactly what you are looking for, but maybe. However, your browser should have "profiles" built right into them (well atleast my Firefox does). I think they were made so that each family member in your home can have their own setup, or maybe also just for someone who wants everything personal and work related separated. Like their favorites, saved passwords, plugins, etc.

    Anyways, so you can just setup 10 different profiles. Open up the 10 different profiles (AKA browsers and each are on their own session). Then setup different proxies on each of them.

    If you don't have the best computer, there might even be options (or other browsers) to make it so having too many browsers open doesn't make your computer sluggish. I used to use Waterfox (basically Firefox but modified) for some projects as well changing around some of the settings.,
     
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    RotatingProxies Junior Member Premium Member

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    I recommend FoxyProxy for Firefox
     
  6. happylama

    happylama Junior Member

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    Yes I tried that, but once you set up the ip for one session , the whole computer adopts thats ip, which means all the browser sessions gets the same ip,thats where I need a plugin or extension
     
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    I will try it out, thank you !
     
  8. TimothyEyton

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    Ohh ok, you must have changed it in the internet options then. Which yes, it will effect the whole computer(well the website related stuff atleast). But once you use a plugin with each profile, then you should be good.
     
  9. HoNeYBiRD

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    It's the easiest to do with Firefox. You need to make and run separate Firefox profiles. Download Firefox Portable make 10 copies, so every instance will be entirely separated from each other, so you can set different proxies for each instance and you can run them simultaneously, they won't interfere with each other. To set the proxy, you can use Foxyproxy or you can configure the instances natively, it's just matter of your personal preference, the real trick is to have and run multiple separated instances of Firefox, so the proxy settings won't affect each other. You'll find guides on Google how to achieve this exactly.
     
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