Setting Up a Proxy in the Incogniton Browser

When combined with proxies, the Incogniton anti-detect browser offers a secure method to maintain online anonymity, handle multiple accounts, and shield against online fingerprinting. This guide will walk you through the steps of integrating Proxiware Residential and Datacenter Proxies with Incogniton.

How to Integrate Proxiware Proxies with Incogniton?

1. Start by downloading and installing the Incogniton app from

2. Create your account and log in.

3. Once logged in, go to Profile Management and click on New profile.

4. In the menu, click on Proxy and enter the following details:

Residential Proxies

Connection type: HTTP, HTTPS, or SOCKS5

Proxy IP:

Proxy port: 8080 for HTTP, 8085 for SOCKS5

For country-specific proxies, refer to Proxiware's documentation for full list of entry nodes and sticky session details.

Rotating Datacenter Proxies

Connection type: HTTP or SOCKS5

Proxy IP:

Proxy port: 8080 for HTTP, 8085 for SOCKS5

Use Proxiware documentation for more information.

Mobile Proxies

Connection type: HTTP or HTTPS

Proxy IP:

Proxy port: 8080 for HTTP, 8085 for SOCKS5

Check Proxiware's documentation for further details.

5. Enter your Proxiware proxy user credentials under Proxy username and Proxy password. Opt for Rotating proxy for more flexibility.

6. Use Check proxy to verify functionality. This should reveal an external IP and additional details like geographic location and timezone.

7. Fill in the remaining details (Overview, Timezone, etc.) according to your preferences and select Create profile.

Congratulations, you've successfully integrated your Proxiware proxies with Incogniton. By starting your new profile, an incognito browser window will pop up, ready for anonymous web browsing.


Incogniton offers a straightforward solution for integrating your Proxiware proxies, facilitating a secure and multifaceted online presence. For any queries regarding integration with Incogniton or Proxiware's solutions, please contact Proxiware's support team.

Note: Incogniton is a third-party tool, not owned or controlled by Proxiware. Each third-party provider is responsible for its own software and services, and Proxiware is not liable for these services. Review third-party policies and practices or conduct due diligence before using third-party services.

Proxiware is a proxy service that offers residential, mobile and datacenter proxies. Our team of specialists have been working in the proxy industry for over 5 years. With over 10 years of experience in networking solutions.



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