Vivaldi is a multifunctional anti-detect browser for working and promoting your business on the Internet. With it, you can easily set up a workflow and use multiple accounts at the same time. Vivaldi allows you to securely process a large amount of data, especially if you have installed proxy servers.
Video guide for setting up a proxy in Vivaldi Browser
Is Vivaldi Browser safe without proxy
If you do not plan to manage even two accounts from one device, then you will not need a proxy. But if you need Vivaldi Browser for work and the online promotion and it is important for you to remain anonymous, then you should set up proxy servers. Indeed, in the case when you are not using the proxy, there are risks of being blocked for “suspicious activity”.
With a proxy, you can change the IP address in Vivaldi, and thereby secure your data and accounts. You will not get blocked or receive any other restrictions.
How to set up a proxy in Vivaldi Browser
Go to the browser.
Click the icon in the upper left corner to open the Menu.
Hover over "Tools" and then go to "Settings".
In the sidebar, open the "Network" section.
Click on the "Proxy Settings" button.
The Windows settings will appear. Click on the "LAN Settings" button.
Check the box next to “Use a proxy server for your LAN…”.
Enter the IP address and Port of your proxy server in the fields below.
Click on the "Advanced" button to enter additional settings.
Here you can select your proxy type. Re-enter the information next to the desired protocol type.
Check the box next to "Use the same proxy server for all protocols".
Click “OK” and close the settings window.
If you are using a personal proxy, an authorization window will pop up in the default browser. Enter your proxy username and password and press the “Sign in” button.
Now you know how to set up a proxy in Vivaldi Browser! This configuration must be done for each new profile so that they have their IP addresses. We also recommend using private high-quality proxies that will reliably protect your data and accounts from blocking.