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How to set up a proxy in the Lalicat browser

The Lalicat browser is a widely used anti-detection software for Windows that supports multiple accounts. With this tool, you can create a unique digital fingerprint for each profile, broadening your capabilities in marketing, traffic arbitrage, and e-commerce.

By utilizing a proxy with an anti-detection browser, users gain added benefits, including enhanced data encryption and the ability to bypass geographical or IP restrictions. In the following sections, we'll explore how to configure a proxy in Lalicat.

Step-by-step proxy setup in the Lalicat browser

After installing and launching the browser, follow these steps to configure a proxy:

  1. In the side menu, select “Profile List” and click the “Add Browser Profile” button to create a new profile.

  2. In the “Basic configuration” section, find the “proxy settings” item and choose the protocol type from the drop-down menu. The anti-detection browser supports HTTP(S), SOCKS5, and SOCKS4 protocols.

  3. Enter the details of the proxy, including the IP-address and port number. If using private proxies, also enter the authentication data: username and password.

  4. Click on the “Check the network” button to verify the stability of the connection to the server. A successful test will display a positive result.

  5. Click the “Save” button to save the configuration. The setup is now complete.

With this configuration, the specific profile will operate with the designated proxy, and all traffic will be routed through an external server. You can create multiple profiles following these instructions and manage them within a single browser window.