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How to set up a proxy in VMLogin

VMLogin is an anti-detect browser that helps automate many tasks in promotion, create as many social media profiles as you need, and provide anonymity on the Internet. Each profile in this browser has its separate settings, so VMLogin is a great multi-account management tool.


But to fully use the browser and secure your accounts, you should set up proxy servers for each of them. Then all accounts will have their IP address, and the chance of blocking will be significantly reduced.


What type of proxy is suitable for VMLogin

The browser supports the main types of proxies: HTTP(S), Socks4, and Socks5. For more complex multi-threaded tasks, Socks4 and Socks5 protocol servers are suitable: they are the fastest and most reliable, which means they can work continuously with a large amount of information.


If you use VMLogin to post on social networks or visit restricted sites, then choose an HTTP(S) proxy.


Proxy settings in VMLogin

    1. Open a browser and log in.

    2. On the sidebar, click on the "New browser profile" button.

    3. In the "Basic setup" section, click the "Setting proxy server" button.

    4. In the opened window, move the slider to the On position next to "Enable proxy server".

    5. Select the type of your proxy server.

    6. Now enter the proxy details: IP address, port, Username, and Password.

    7. Click on the "Test proxy" button. If the proxy server is working correctly and is suitable for VMLogin, you will see a window like this. Click “Confirm”.

    8. Click the "Save" button to save and close the proxy settings.

    9. Continue setting up your profile and then click on "Save profile". The configuration is completed!

Conclusion

Now you know how to set up a proxy for VMLogin. We recommend purchasing high-quality personal proxies from trusted providers and binding them to each profile. Then you can safely use all the anti-detect features of the browser and not worry about possible blocking. With a proxy server, all your accounts will be in good hands!



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