Setting up a proxy in Undetectable browser

When you need to use multiple accounts on a single service, a fingerprint antidetect browser is a convenient solution for multi-accounting. Compatible with Windows and Mac, this browser can mimic logins from various devices, including an office laptop, a gaming station, or a mobile gadget. Each tab functions as a distinct browser (options include Chrome, Opera, Safari, Firefox, and Edge), complete with its own settings, cookies, and even customizable date, time, and IP address.

This undetectable multibrowser is a versatile tool, suitable for:

  • Marketers and SMM specialists managing multiple social media accounts for product and service promotion.
  • Traffic arbitrage, allowing the creation and use of numerous advertising accounts and profiles on social networks, with more targeted audience reach.
  • Bonus hunters collecting discounts and bonuses from casinos, bookmakers, and online stores.
  • Accessing websites that restrict users based on geographic location.
  • Professional bettors who spread their bets to avoid limits on wager sizes or account blocking.

For users with a modest need for profiles and configurations (up to 10), this undetectable antidetect browser for MacOS and Windows is free. The primary additional requirement is a proxy, which is essential for maintaining anonymity and accessing blocked foreign websites.

Video tutorial for proxy configuration in Undetectable browser

Step-by-step proxy setup in Undetectable browser

Despite its extensive customization options and the ability to finely tune the hardware configuration - essentially, the unique fingerprint of your device - this application remains user-friendly due to its well-designed interface. Setting up a proxy in the Undetectable Browser takes just 2-3 minutes:

  1. Download, install the application, and log into your accoun, then launch the undetectable browser.
  2. To add a proxy, you have two methods. The first is through the “Proxy” tab in the main menu. Click the “add” icon (+) in the opened window, input the name, IP address, and port. For private proxies, include your username and password. Remember to save your settings.
  3. The second method involves adding a proxy when creating a new profile, which is a working configuration for launching an account. Click “New Profile”, name it, and in the settings, you can adjust language, OS type, browser, time, number of processor cores, etc.


  4. Navigate to the “Main” tab. Click on the “Proxy” drop-down menu and select “New Proxy”. You can assign previously saved proxies to this profile here.


  5. In the new proxy settings, choose the proxy type for the anti-detection browser (HTTP, HTTPS, Socks5). Enter the server IP address, port, and if needed, username and password next to it, separated by a colon. You can see acceptable input formats by hovering over the “i” button.


Once done, save your changes. The added proxy will now appear in your list of connected servers and is ready for use in other profiles.

Note that the antidetect browser supports Socks5 and HTTPS proxies, which encrypt traffic. When connected, a secure connection is established, making it difficult for internet providers to track your site history, similar to VPN usage. However, in your logs, it appears as if you visited a regular encrypted site. This method is a secure way to access services blocked by your ISP.