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The easiest way to change proxy in a browser?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by macyzbor, Dec 9, 2009.

  1. macyzbor

    macyzbor Junior Member

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    This is bugging me for a long time what is the easiest way to change proxy in a browser?

    I tried
    foxyproxy-hard to use
    proxy firewall doesn't work, all ip's are bad

    The proxy's are free and are from different sites.

    What is wrong, everyone are using proxy's, what I am doing wrong?
     
  2. apekillape

    apekillape Senior Member Premium Member

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    Right now Multiproxy Switch is by far my favorite. Bit of a pain if you have to import a huge number of proxies, but the switching is much less of a problem than anything else I've reviewed lately.

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  3. justone

    justone Elite Member

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    Checkout my sale thread if you are looking for private proxies that can easily be changed in the browser.

    Here's a screencast, you can actually switch your IP within a second by clicking a single button.
    Click it again and you've a new IP.
    Code:
    http://seo-proxies.com/videos/tool_introduction_1.swf
    As general solution for any proxies apekillape already noted the right thing
     
  4. insider

    insider Regular Member

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    I'm using proxysel, works like a charm, importing is easy too.
    Bad thing is that it is only compatible with FF 3.1, but you can install firefox portable and have a browser "dedicated" to proxy surfing.

    Code:
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4457
     
  5. haverhill

    haverhill Newbie

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    Hi Justone,
    Do you know how to set up private IPs that have User/Password for IE?
    Thanks
    Haverhill
     
  6. lewibnb

    lewibnb Newbie

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    and if you dont want to pay guys and just want a browser based one for a temp job then by all means feel free to use my http://hiderefer.com/?http://www.greatmanjohn.net/proxy/

    Im based in the uk but have some affiliate products selling through american networks and thus use my http://hiderefer.com/?http://www.greatmanjohn.net/proxy/ since it shows an ip in america.

    its a glype proxy.
    no whistles or bells, no ads or redirects, no cookie collecting, design or logo,nothing. just a plain ole web browser.
     
  7. Danios

    Danios Registered Member

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