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How to use private proxies for facebook?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by dlyhai, Aug 2, 2015.

  1. dlyhai

    dlyhai Senior Member

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    I want to buy some private proxies for my facebook. But I don't know how to use it.

    1) Do I only need brower to configure the private proxies?

    2) Do I need a vps to run my proxies, or just use my local computer?

    3) If I only need a browse. What kind of browse should I use? Is portable Firefox the best option?

    4) Per facebook account for per private proxy?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Panther28

    Panther28 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    you just go to the network settings in your browser. Use a different browser than you use normally, so you don't get screens mixed up. Just look up using proxies with firefox/chrome or whatever, there are easy guides to show you how to do it. You just run them on your own PC.

    I use firefox with a plugin called proxy selector, which is the easiest way to just click from the menu which proxy you want to use. You have to make sure you'r normal and flash cookies are cleaned, or you can use the BTB method which is a firefox portable for each account, thus keeping your cookies intact to that account.

    Some people say i account per proxy, i use 3 atm. But that is the maximum.

    Remember when you setyup your proxy to apply the proxy server for all the protocols, and test it on whatismyip.com before you go anywhere
     
  3. for16

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    You can use the incognito mode to avoid using multiple browsers.
     
  4. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    1. Yes that's one way to do it.
    2. No, but you can run on either one of them.
    3. FF portable is good since you can keep different profiles (with same cookies).
    4. I use 1 per acc.