Here are some common questions about proxies & Proxyscrape

1. Open the Firefox Menu and select Options.
2. In the Options window click on the Advanced icon.
3. Select the Network Tab.
4. In the Connection section click the Settings button.
5. In the Connection Settings window select 'Manual proxy configuration' and enter the proxy address and port in the HTTP field.
6. Select "use this proxy server for all protocols."
7. Close the Connection Settings and Options windows by clicking on the OK button.

1. Click the Tools icon in the top right corner, then click on Internet options.
2. Click on the connections tab.
3. Click the "LAN Settings" button.
4. In the LAN Settings, uncheck the box that says "Automatically detect settings".
5. In the Proxy Server Section, click the checkbox to enable "Use a proxy server for your LAN..."
6. In the address field, enter the IP address of your proxy, and the proxy port number in the port field.
7. Press OK and then OK again to save your settings.

1. Open the settings and scroll down to advanced.
2. Click open proxy settings.
3. Click the "LAN Settings" button.
4. In the LAN Settings, uncheck the box that says "Automatically detect settings".
5. In the Proxy Server Section, click the checkbox to enable "Use a proxy server for your LAN..."
6. In the address field, enter the IP address of your proxy, and the proxy port number in the port field.
7. Press OK and then OK again to save your settings.

1. Open the settings.
2. Click open change proxy settings.
3. Click the "LAN Settings" button.
4. In the LAN Settings, uncheck the box that says "Automatically detect settings".
5. In the Proxy Server Section, click the checkbox to enable "Use a proxy server for your LAN..."
6. In the address field, enter the IP address of your proxy, and the proxy port number in the port field.
7. Press OK and then OK again to save your settings.

We log everything the proxy server does, checking proxies scraping proxies ect, we also use Google analytics to track user activity. We currently do not log any ip's of our users.

A proxy may add a extra layer of protection but this still doesn't make you 100% safe. The proxies we provide are public proxies, this means the proxy can also be infected.

Depending on the proxies you use, transparent proxy, elite proxy, anonymous proxy, people may or may not see your original ip address.

If use a secure sockets layer proxy or ssl proxy your data is mostly encrypted between you and the proxy server.

These proxies are totally public and you can use them for anything you want but some of the proxies can be banned on the sites you want to use.

If the bandwidth of the proxy is exceeded the proxy will probably die.

The connection timeout can be anything from 50ms up to 100 seconds but we check our proxy list with 30 seconds timeout.

Yes you can use a proxy scraper to download the proxy list, as long as you don't harm the website we don't care.

The free proxy list is updating every 15-20 minutes.

We check for http(s), socks4 and socks5 protocol.

Between 80-100 proxy websites depending if they are still working.

Our proxy checker is coded in python3.

Currently we don't make any profit of this proxy website but I'm have some ideas to implement without ruining user experience to much.

Yes you can donate with crypto's:
BTC: 3Bexk92aipRFeW3rQK3SBKBNTQ3URqiR79
ETH: 0x0D3B38690ad9A65737532E694AD534646b8E2562
We will try to reward the donations by giving you a thanks on the about page with a url to your website / profile.

Yes for an acceptable price we will happily display your advertisement on our website, contact me on discord: Thiplol#0248.

It depends on what my plans are something between $5-20.

As much as we would love to sell proxies, ipv4 proxies are very expensive and we don't have the money for that currently. Ipv6 proxies are very cheap, there are places out there selling millions for under $1 but most programs don't support ipv6 proxies yet.

We think there is a lack of free proxy list websites that display all online proxies.

The website is mainly made by Thiplol and AmKid.

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