I think some of us have been used proxifier already. But, not all of us really know about proxifier. So, now we will explain more about proxifier.
What is Proxifier?
Proxifier allows network applications that do not support working through proxy servers to operate through a SOCKS or HTTPS proxy and chains. Features include work with any Internet client through a proxy, improve network performance or ensure privacy, easy yet powerful UI with live data, and up to date with new technologies.
Other features include proxifier can process all outgoing TCP connections, full IPv6 support, tunnel IPv4 connections through IPv6 proxy and vice versa, SOCKS 4 and SOCKS 4A (hostnames support) with User ID authentication, HTTPS with Basic and NTLM authentication, proxy failure is transparent for the client application if redundancy is enabled, selected proxies in the chain can be enabled or disabled, convenient UI that allows chain creation and reordering with drag-and-drop, system DNS and DNS over proxy modes, automatic DNS mode detection, and proxification rules can be based on application names, IP addresses, hostnames, and port numbers.
Proxification Rule List
With those descriptions, proxifier has many advantages that will help us in entering IP addresses, scouring the internet for batches of free proxies, downloading content and accessing the internet under the guise of anonymity. We will explain more about some of proxifier function
1.Check Proxy Connection
The first thing you have to do to get Proxifier to work is load in all the proxies you want to use.
2.HTTP, HTTPS, SOCKS 4/5 Functionality with Authentication
Often these two types of proxies have to be used exclusively and separately by programs.
When you add a proxy to be used in Proxifier, you can easily select which type of proxy it is, with HTTP, HTTPS, SOCKS 4, or SOCKS 5 as options. You’ll want to make sure you know what kind of proxies you are using, because it will matter when entering it. Most proxies are HTTP proxies, but you can usually contact your provider to find out. Free proxies are almost always HTTP proxies.
3.Assign Proxies to Individual Applications and IPs with Rules
When you enter your proxy, whatever kind it is, Proxifier will automatically pop up with a box that makes this particular proxy “used by default.”If you have just one proxy and want to use Proxifier with only that proxy, click OK and start to use the internet.However, for most people interested in Proxifier, you’ll be adding more than one proxy.The way to organize the use of each of these proxies is through Rules.
The rules allow you a very high level of customization for your proxy usage while also automating the process so that, once you set the rules up for your scenario, you won’t have to worry about which proxies are being used for what process.
5.Make Proxy Chains
This is when multiple proxies you own are entered into the system and, with a given set of rules and actions, those proxies are used together in a chain
6.Ordering the Chains
In the same box that you add individual proxies you’ll be able to add proxy chains. You simply create a chain, then drag and drop proxies to match how you want Proxifier to use them. The top proxy will be used first, the last proxy used last.
7.Use Profiles for Multiple Scenarios
This is great for those who love to tinker, or those who have a ton of proxies and use them for very different things. Simply switch between Profiles you’ve already set up based on your current functionality.
8.Real Time Usage
Once everything is in place you can start to run browsers and applications that access the internet. The moment this happens you’ll see the main screen of Proxifier, a generally empty white box, start to light up with action.Open the Connections tab, and it shows you an easy-to-read layout of everything that’s connecting to the internet through Proxifier on your computer. It’s broken down into Program Name, Target, Time/Status and Rule: Proxy. Each of these will help you to see what specific thing is being run through Proxifier at any given time.Below that you’ll see the Output window, which has a constantly updating stream of data that logs messages in real time. Use this to track what is happening.It’s the combination of these two windows (and a Traffic tab, which is also handy) that makes Proxifier incredibly transparent. You can see everything you’ve created so far in action, and make any adjustments as necessary.
You can download a portable version of the program, which means it can exist on any thumb drive. This makes it so you can take and use Proxifier at work, school, or just about anywhere.
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