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How to set up a proxy in the VMMask browser

VMMask is a specialized anti-detect browser designed to enhance user anonymity and online security. This application boosts privacy and protection, functioning like a virtual machine to make identification and detection challenging. It integrates with the Tor network, augmenting anonymity by routing traffic through multiple nodes, thus concealing the original IP address. Users can tailor various settings, including screen resolution, language, and fonts, to manage their digital footprint. Additionally, VMMask allows the configuration of proxy servers in specific profiles, further obscuring the user's actual IP and location, enhancing security, and facilitating the bypass of geographical restrictions.

Setting up a proxy in the VMMask antidetect browser

To set up a proxy server in VMMask, follow these steps:

  1. Launch the VMMask application and navigate to the "Profile" section on the main page. Select "My IP" and click "Create" to manually establish a proxy.
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  3. Choose the desired proxy server connection protocol from the drop-down list.
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  5. Enter the proxy server details: IP address, port, and, for private proxies, username and password. Save these settings by clicking the “Save” button.
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  7. Once the proxy setup is complete, the new IP address will appear on the browser's main page, indicating it's ready for use. To modify or remove a proxy profile, select the desired proxy and click “Edit” or “Delete” as needed.
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  9. VMMask also allows importing a proxy list via a TXT file. In the “My IP” section, click “Batch Import,” then in the pop-up, upload your text file using the “Upload” button and confirm with “OK”.
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With these steps, you've successfully configured a proxy server in VMMask, changing your IP address for secure and confidential web browsing.