Proxy extensions are of high importance in assuring secure browsing, free of intrusion. At the same time, you can also access certain websites that you find hard to explore through normal ways.
Almost all the web browsers possess their own proxy extensions, be it Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox or any one else. In the article below, let us discuss about few useful proxy extensions for Firefox in this regard.
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If you are using Firefox Browser, the settings of only a single internet connection could be configured at a time. Hence if you want different configurations for a direct connection, then you have to execute a new connection for the same in the “Connection Settings” dialog.
Thankfully, with the help of ProxySwitch, such a problem can be dealt with easily. It enables you to manage distinct configurations and also lets you to switch over between them. You can download the requisite MM3-ProxySwitch.xpi from www(dot)Proxy-Offline-Browser(dot)com
It is a smart answer to the restricted proxying capabilities of Mozilla Firefox. This advanced proxy management tool switches the internet connection automatically to multiple proxy servers depending on their URL patterns.
It gives the manual configuring of Firefox settings for internet connection a further boost and allows the switching to take place as per the switching rules defined by the user.
It is compatible with portable Firefox and owns an appreciable support for files. In addition, the fact that it available in 34 languages further increases its credibility. Some of its other features include advanced logging and quick adds.
It is a widely used proxy extension available in the form of status button and allows the proxy to switch on and off the proxy through single click. The proxy type is thus configured through the Quickproxy preferences window.
However, it does not provide any proxy server, it has been designed just as a modification to the way people use to swap between the original internet connection and a pre-defined proxy.
This proxy extension is specifically dedicated to maintain high degree privacy. It allows you to add the domain of a specific website that you want to explore through a proxy and thus sets you free from switching the proxy status to on and off manually.
As an additional feature instead of creating your own proxy rules to explore your desired sites, you can subscribe to the list of rules created by other users who have the similar internet access needs match to that of yours.
It is a Firefox Extension that functions as a Glype Proxy Client. It gives a further extension to the use of web based Glype proxies and facilitates the users in accessing their preferred websites.
Users can leverage the facilities of this extension through various locations on the Firefox web browser, such as through the Mini Form, Toolbar, Statusbar Button, right clicking a bookmark or a link.
Owing to its enriched capabilities, Proxillia promises to have an upper hand over the rest of other Firefox Extensions and at the same time seems to be compatible with other proxy tools, plugins and add-ons.
HideMyAss Web Proxy:
A reputed name in the VPN industry, HideMyAss also has much to offer in the domain of web proxies in the form of Hide My Ass! Web Proxy. It is Firefox’s official extension and allows the users to redirect the web traffic through unknown proxy networks comfortably.
It hides and changes the original IP address, restricts the web browsing history only to the concerned user without any third-party intrusion, To add further, the Firefox extension allows unrestricted access to website offering streaming videos such as YouTube and adult tubes.
It has SSL/HTTPs facility for all it proxy servers extended in multiple nations.
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