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How to use proxies?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by tripphxc, Jan 23, 2017.

  1. tripphxc

    tripphxc Junior Member

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    Hello,

    I purchased some proxies, and attempted to use them into chrome extension. However, I just lose all internet access once I put the info in.

    Could someone direct me in the right direction on how to properly set up to use these please.

    thanks
     
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    mynameisfrankenstein Regular Member

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    are you splitting the : ports
     
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    tripphxc Junior Member

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    Thanks guys, got it working.
     
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    i do not recommend using chrome with your proxies due to many anonymity factors. get firefox with a WEBRTC disable addon in order to avoid any browser real ip leaks, firefox has his own proxy engine
     
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    make sure your port is not getting blocked as mostly firewall causes issues.

    Firefox is the best though.