Guide to setting up a proxy in Simple Proxy

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Simple Proxy is an extension available for Mozilla, Chrome, and other browsers, designed to enable anonymous and secure web browsing using proxy servers. This tool is particularly useful for bypassing regional restrictions or accessing websites that have blocked your previous IP. This article will offer detailed, step-by-step instructions on configuring a proxy in the Simple Proxy extension for seamless internet surfing.

Step-by-step setup in the Simple Proxy extension

To set up a proxy using the Simple Proxy extension, follow these steps:

  1. First, install the Simple Proxy extension. Once installed, open its control panel by clicking the extension icon located in the upper right corner of your browser.


  2. To add a new proxy, click to expand the “Import Proxy” menu.


  3. In the provided field, enter the IP address and port of your proxy, along with your username and password, in the following format: ip:port:username:password. Then click the “Save” button.


  4. The proxy you've added will now appear in the “Proxy List” tab. To enable it, simply check the box next to the proxy.


With these steps completed, the proxy is now active, and your web traffic will be routed through the selected proxy server. This allows you to browse the web securely and anonymously, with your IP address concealed.