Proxy settings in VMMask anti-detect browser

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Proxy for VMMask

VMMask is a web anti-detection browser that offers exceptional fingerprint spoofing and allows for e-commerce activities using unlimited accounts from a single device.

VMMask proxy

For optimal use, VMMask anti-detect browser is best paired with high-speed private proxies, which are specifically dedicated to one user. On the other hand, public (shared) proxies are used by a large number of users simultaneously, which increases the likelihood of them getting blocked, and in turn, results in a ban on your accounts. It is recommended to avoid using public proxies for a more secure and efficient experience.

Video guide for setting up a proxy in VMMask

How to set up a proxy in the VMMask anti-detect browser

Steps for adding a proxy to the VMMask anti-detect browser with its user-friendly interface:

  1. Launch the VMMask anti-detect browser and click on "Profile" in the vertical left menu, then go to the "My IP" tab and press "Create" to add proxy server information.
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  3. Select the type of connection protocol used by your proxy server from the drop-down list.
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  5. Fill in the proxy server parameters (IP, port, username, and password) in the relevant fields and click "Save" for the changes to take effect.
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  7. Easily edit, import, delete, or remove all proxies with the help of the user-friendly interface.
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  9. Utilize the search bar to find the desired proxy by IP or filter it by connection protocol or external service type.
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For the best performance of VMMask, it is recommended to use private proxies from Proxy-Seller. These proxies offer fast communication channels with speeds of up to 1 Gbps, support http(s), Socks5 with no additional setup, have over 100 countries in their geo-location list, and provide a maximum spread of 500 own networks and 1000 subnets. These proxies are exclusively provided to one user and are perfect for this software.