FoxyProxy is a simple proxy manager that works with many popular browsers. First, you will need to get FoxyProxy. For Chrome, click here, and for Firefox, click here. Once you have it installed, you should:
  • Open FoxyProxy Options.
  • Click Add New Proxy.
  • In the window, choose a manual configuration.
  • In the Port field, enter the port. If you use the user/pass authentication port is 60000. If you have whitelisted your IP, the port is 65432.
  • In the Username (optional) field, enter your username. If you have whitelisted your IP, leave this field blank as the plugin will authorize through it and ignore everything you write in this field.
  • In the Password (Optional) field, enter your password. If you have whitelisted your IP and wish to authorize through it, leave this field blank.
  • Type in the Title or Description of your choice in the corresponding field (Proxy in this example).
  • After filling in all the fields, press Save.
  • In order to get all of your requests running through this setup, you must press on the FoxyProxy plugin icon once again and click on Use proxy Proxy for all URLs (ignore patterns). In this example, "Proxy" is our given Title or Description for the proxy in use.
That's it! You are all set up with FoxyProxy.
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