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Video: How to Get Your Smartproxy API key - Public API Update

Watch this super short tutorial to know how to create your key for Smartproxy API.

Vilius Sakutis

Vilius Sakutis

Feb 19, 2024

2 min. read

What is an API key?

An API key is a unique identifier used to authenticate and control access to a particular API. Generated from numbers and letters, the key acts as a password, allowing the user or application to access specific API functionalities. When using Public API by Smartproxy, you can update and set traffic limits for your proxy users, whitelist IPs, manage sub-users, and access other handy features without the need to log in to your dashboard.

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Vilius Sakutis

Vilius Sakutis

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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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