Setting up a proxy in the Migrant Bird Browser

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MBBrowser is a multi-browser equipped with unique fingerprints, providing a separate working environment for each profile. This enables users to manage multiple profiles while ensuring strong data isolation between sessions. Unlike conventional browsers, multi-browsers like Migrant Bird Browser allow users to operate multiple accounts without the hassle of frequent logins.

MBBrowser serves as an anti-detection tool, concealing user actions and making them difficult to track by websites and tracking systems. This enhances user privacy and personal data protection. The browser is compatible with Windows 7 and later versions. A key feature of MBBrowser is the ability to configure proxy servers, enabling users to mask their real IP address.

Step-by-step proxy setup in the MBBrowser

To configure a proxy in the MBBrowser, follow these step-by-step instructions:

  1. Install and launch MBBrowser on your device. Click on the “List” menu.


  2. From the drop-down menu, select the “Proxy Server Manager” section, then navigate to the “Network proxy server management” submenu.


  3. In the window that appears, click on the “Add Proxy” button.


  4. Select the connection protocol in the “Proxy Server Type” line and fill in the proxy server information: IP-address, port, username, and password for proxies with authorization. Use the “Test Proxy” function to verify the connection, and click the “Confirm and modify” button to complete the setup.


  5. The installed proxy server will be listed in the “Proxy Server Manager” window.


  6. To download a list of proxy servers for multi-accounts, click the “Import Proxy” button and upload the list in the specified format.


The proxy setup in MBBrowser is now complete, enabling users to bypass geographical restrictions and access desired web resources. The proxy IP address encrypts and tunnels browser traffic.