Asocks stands out with its consistent pricing approach that covers all its IP types (residential, mobile, and corporate). And somehow, the model continues to demonstrate its efficacy with a content user base of over 10,000, spanning 150 countries.
In this guide, we’ll delve into the technical process of setting up ASocks within the Incogniton browser. By combining the strengths of ASocks’ advanced proxy solutions withIncogniton feature-rich antidetect browser, you’ll establish a potent shield for secure, free, and confidential browsing.
Let’s get started.
Skip this step if you’re an existing Incogniton user. If not, follow these steps to set up your Incogniton account for free:
That’s it! Your Incogniton account is up. Up next, we proceed to set up your ASocks proxy.
Once again, if you already have an ASocks account, you can skip ahead to the next step. Else, follow the steps below.
Great job! You’ve integrated your ASocks proxy with Incogniton. Just click the “Start” button on your new profile to activate it, and then you can browse the internet with assured privacy and anonymity.
Note: To test your proxy configuration, you can use the whoer.net online tool as shown below.
To sum up, the union of ASocks with Incogniton brings about a formidable solution that ensures you browse the internet securely and untracked, as it should be. And so far, this guide has covered every bit of integrating ASocks with Incogniton, whether you are new to both services or partly familiar with any.
If you encounter any challenges while integrating your Asocks proxy with Incogniton, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us for assistance. You can contact our support team at [email protected] or [email protected], and we’ll be more than happy to help you with any issues you may face during the process.
Enjoy truly private and secure internet browsing.
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A proxy browser employs a proxy server to connect to the internet. Acting as a mediator between your device and the web, the server receives and forwards your requests, enhancing privacy by masking your IP address.
The Asocks service provides an encrypted connection for safe surfing on the Internet, even on public Wi-Fi networks. It also provides access to restricted websites while protecting users from tracking and potential blocking by websites and Internet service providers.
A digital fingerprint is a distinct and individualized digital marker encompassing data about a user’s browser, browsing pattern, and device, enabling companies to identify and monitor online users and their devices.
In simpler terms, a digital fingerprint is like a special mark that websites use to remember and follow you when you use the internet. If you’re interested in more details, we have a dedicated article that goes into further depth on browser fingerprinting.
A residential proxy is an IP address, be it from a desktop or mobile device that’s used to hide a user’s real IP address. Unlike Rotating proxies and Data Center proxies, it is a network of real IP addresses provided by internet service providers (ISPs), resembling a web-like structure.
Essentially, the residential proxy acts as a middleman between your device and the websites you visit, making your online presence appear as if it’s coming from the proxy’s location.