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How to set up a proxy in BitBrowser

BitBrowser is an anti-detect browser that provides multiple account management, group-control profiles, and RPA task execution to all users, providing users with different proxy IP and custom options, and truly achieving anti-association, defense detection, and anti-seal numbers.

For optimal anonymity of profiles, it is recommended to assign a separate proxy to each profile.

Step-by-step proxy setup in BitBrowser

  1. Log in to BitBrowser, access the “Proxy IP” section. Click on the “Proxy Management”, and select the “Batch Add” from the “Add” drop-down.


  2. Here you need to configure the profile. To set the proxy up you need to scroll down to the “Proxy” section, select “Custom” then click on the “Proxy Type” dropdown.


  3. Here you need to select the proxy connection protocol: HTTP, HTTPS, or SOCKS5.


  4. Now you need to enter the proxy’s IP and port details into the “Host” and “Port” fields. If the private proxy is used with the authorization by username and password, fill the corresponding fields.


  5. For the changes to apply you need to scroll down and click the “Confirm button” and then launch the newly created profile by clicking on “Open”.



By following the simple steps outlined in this guide, you can assign a separate proxy to each of your profiles, ensuring that your activities remain unlinked and your personal information is protected. Whether you are managing multiple accounts or seeking to avoid detection and maintain privacy, BitBrowser's custom proxy options provide a great solution. Remember, the key to maximizing your online security lies in choosing the right proxy protocol and accurately configuring your proxy settings.