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Video: How to Add Proxies to Waterfox? | Proxy Integration Tutorial

Avoid IP bans while browsing the web with proxies! In this proxy integration tutorial, we'll add proxies to the Waterfox browser. Let’s see the process step-by-step.

Vilius Sakutis

Vilius Sakutis

Feb 19, 2024

2 min. read

What is Waterfox?

Waterfox is a privacy-focused web browser designed for speed and customization on 64-bit systems. It's a free and open-source browser based on Firefox.

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Vilius Sakutis

Vilius Sakutis

Head of Partnerships

With an eagerness to create beneficial partnerships that drive business growth, Vilius brings valuable expertise and collaborative spirit to the table. His skill set is a valuable asset for those seeking to uncover new possibilities and learn more about the proxy market. 

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