Proxies integration with web browsers

Proxies are given to customers form private proxy providers, who maintain large servers containing thousands of random IP addresses. These proxies aren’t linked to all sorts of areas, in many countries and are designed to hide the customer’s identity from the internet. These proxies have instructions that allow the customers access to use them through certain programs such as web browers. Every web browser gives someone the option to browse the internet through a proxy connection. This allows anonymity and secure web page connection that can prove useful for information gathering and safe site browsing. There are many advanced options within every web browser that allow for you to add information for a proxy server to operate as your IP. Each browser has a slightly different operation to get this working. You can view SearchScrape’s instructions to set up proxies for some of the most common web browsers in the world today, at the Proxy Instruction page