1. Download MuLogin from their official website, install, and run it.
2. After opening the tool, click Add browser.
3. You’ll be placed in the Basic configuration section. Scroll down and click on Proxy settings.
4. Choose the proxy type and fill in the following information.
Proxy type: HTTP, HTTPS, or SOCKS5
IP address: pr.oxylabs.io
Login user: customer-username
Login password: Oxylabs sub-user’s password
5. After entering your information, you can check the network to see if the process works. Detailed IP and country information should be displayed.
If you'd like to add a session ID, your login details will change to:
Login user: customer-username-cc-country-city-city-sessid-custom information
Note with Residential Proxies, specific locations are configured through login user details.
The usage of country-specific entries is also available. Entering us-pr.oxylabs.io under the IP address and 10000 under Port will acquire you a US exit node. For more information on country-specific nodes or if you need a sticky session, see our documentation.
Proxy type: HTTP or SOCKS5
IP address: a specific IP address (22.214.171.124 as an example)
With Dedicated Datacenter Proxies, you will have to choose an IP address from the acquired list. Please refer to our documentation for more information.
Proxy type: HTTP
IP address: dc.pr.oxylabs.io
Note that using country-specific entries are also available. For example, if you enter dc.de-pr.oxylabs.io under the IP address and 40000 under Port, you’ll acquire a German exit node. To see the complete list of country-specific entry nodes, check our documentation.
6. Lastly, after filling out your proxy information, choose a Display name, scroll down and click save.
And that's it! Your setup is done.
MuLogin, along with Oxylabs’ proxies, ensures you have a safe and secure way to run multiple business accounts while avoiding browser detection. If features like browser automation, fingerprint protection, and account management are essential for you, try MuLogin out yourself.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to talk to us at any time.
Please be aware that this is a third-party tool not owned or controlled by Oxylabs. Each third-party provider is responsible for its own software and services. Consequently, Oxylabs will have no liability or responsibility to you regarding those services. Please carefully review the third party's policies and practices and/or conduct due diligence before accessing or using third-party services.
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