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Ubuntu Proxy

Ubuntu is a widely-used alternative to Windows mostly because of its ease of use. It’s a Linux-based operating system, and it’s very popular among people switching from other operating systems. The lack of Linux-targeting viruses and its open-source nature make this OS quite secure. But, making your OS even more secure is always a good idea considering all the dangers lurking on the internet. One of the best ways to stay safe online is to use proxies, especially because they come with other great benefits.

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Want to know most important points about Ubuntu Proxy?

Not only does a proxy server take Ubuntu security a step further, but it also provides other benefits like improved online privacy and anonymity. Before we go into each benefit of Ubuntu proxies, let’s see what Ubuntu and proxy servers are.

FAQ

How to Set Up a Proxy Server on Ubuntu?

Go to System Settings, click Network, and then Network Proxy. Click the drop-down list arrow next to Method and choose Manual. Type in the proxy server’s hostname, port number, IP address, and any other information you got from your proxy provider. Finally, apply the changes by clicking on Apply System-Wide.

What Are Ubuntu Proxies?

Ubuntu proxies are regular residential or datacenter proxy servers that work with Ubuntu. These should be private proxies from a reputable service since that’s the only way to ensure total privacy.

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