Step-by-step proxy settings in WinGate

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WinGate proxy

WinGate is a well-known proxifier that enables users to build a chain of proxy servers for secure and anonymous access to the internet. It separates roles and access levels to ensure privacy. The application supports both HTTP(S) and Socks5 connection protocols, which are integrated into the software.

Video guide for setting up a proxy in WinGate

WinGate proxy settings

Setting up a proxy with WinGate is simple and can be done by any user, despite the seemingly complex menu and interface. Here's how to create a new anonymous connection to a website:

  1. Go to the menu navigation, select "Service" and click "Install Service" at the bottom.
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  3. Choose the type of proxy service you want and click "Next" to proceed.
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  5. Give the new connection a name, then click "Finish".
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  7. The connection properties will open automatically, where you should select the "Bindings" tab and delete all valid values in the "Bindings Policy" block.
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  9. Add a new binding by clicking the "Add" button.
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  11. Set the mark opposite "Any external adapter", then click "OK" and "Apply".
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  13. Go to the "Web Server" tab.
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  15. Add the site alias and proceed to the proxy settings.
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  17. In the "Reject request" field, select the type of proxy from the drop-down list (reverse or individual is recommended by the developer).
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  19. Write down the IP address, port and go to the host tab.
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  21. In the host field, write the address of the site for which the added IP will be used.
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What type of proxy to choose for WinGate

WinGate supports both http(s), Socks5 proxies, and for best results, it's recommended to use rotating or individual proxies for enhanced security and anonymity. Proxy-Seller offers private proxies for WinGate with fast connection speeds up to 1 Gbps, stability, low ping, and simultaneous support for both http(s), Socks5 protocols. These proxies are known for their wide coverage and low prices in the market.