Linken Sphere is an anti-detection browser with a fingerprint replacement system. It prevents the possibility of identification when working with multiple accounts. Each tab in the browser transfers a unique user fingerprint to Internet services. The application has powerful functionality, allowing you to set individual parameters for each open session and save them for future work. For additional user uniqueness, a connection through a proxy is provided. How the Linken Sphere proxy settings are configured will be described in our instructions.
Read also our instructions for setting up proxies for different sites through Proxifier.
For the Sphere anonymous browser to work on the basis of proxy servers, follow this instruction:
Step 1. Launch the Linken Sphere and create a session by clicking on the “Setup new session” button. The setup window for the current session will open.
Step 2. Locate the “Network connectivity settings” section in the settings. This is where proxies are configured in Linken Sphere.
Step 3. Write down the proxy server data. In the drop-down list, select the type of connection - HTTP, SOCKS5, Dynamic SOCKS5, SSH tunnel, Tor, Tor + SSH tunnel and Sphere Socks are supported. In the following fields, specify the proxy IP address and port. If necessary, specify the login and password for authorization on the server.
Enter the proxy data and click "Save"
Now you know how to configure Linken Sphere to work through a proxy. It remains only to test the connected servers.
Step 4. Check the proxy functionality - click the "Check proxy/geo" button. After a few seconds, the test results appear. Click the “Save” button - the session setup is complete.
Setting up a proxy in Linken Sphere takes only four steps. Set up the required number of sessions and get started. If you need to disable proxies, open the settings window and select the “No proxy” connection type in the drop-down list.
Do you want to achieve maximum security when using the Internet? Use a proxy-based Multilogin browser that supports the creation of individual browser fingerprints.