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How to import your own proxy server lists (from files or webpages)
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Starting from version 1.1, you can add your own proxy lists to the AntiFirewall database. AntiFirewall will automatically test all proxies and the working ones will then be used for making connections. You can add individual proxies manually one by one, or you can import whole lists of proxies from files or directly from webpages (i.e. from a web URL).
The new universal proxy import engine will analyze files/webpages of any format and automatically recognize and extract the proxies. Note that you must be connected to the Internet when adding proxies, even if you are adding them from a local file. AntiFirewall checks them immediately.
To access this feature, go to the Connection menu and select Add New Proxy.Tech. Support Topics
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