Oxylabs Documentation


Proxifier is a program that allows network applications not designed to work through proxy servers to operate through HTTP(S) or SOCKS servers.
To use Dedicated Datacenter Proxies with Proxifier, watch the video bellow or follow a step-by-step guide:
Step 1. Download and open the Proxifier app.
Step 2. Add proxies. Click on Proxies and then click Add.
Add proxy
Step 3. Enter the required information in the opened window:
Address: a specific IP address (x.x.x.x- example)
In the case of Dedicated Datacenter Proxies, you will need to choose an IP address from the purchased list. Please refer to our documentation for more details.
If you’re using a username:password authentication method:
Port: 60000
If you’re using whitelisted IPs:
Port: 65432
Protocol: HTTPS
If you’re using a username:password authentication method, click on Enable:
Username: username
Password: password
You can create and manage your proxy users in our dashboard.
If you’re using whitelisted IPs, do not click on Enable, your authentication will be done without a username and password.
If you want, you can enable Appear as Web Browser option.
Step 4. Click OK.
Configure proxy
Step 5. You will be asked, "Do you want Proxifier to use this proxy by default"? This means that this setup will be used for all of your browsers. It is up to you to decide whether you want this or not. If you select Yes, you are done setting up.
Follow these next steps if you wish to use proxies with a particular browser.
Step 6. Click on Rules and then click Add.
Add new rules
Step 7. Click the + button to add applications with which you want to use the proxy settings. Select a browser with which you wish to use these proxy settings (in this case, we chose to use Google Chrome) and click on it. Change Action. Click on it and select your created proxy.
New rule
That's it! All your requests (while using a Google Chrome browser) will be made via proxies.
Find the original Proxifier integration blog post here.