(WorldFrontNews Editorial):- London, United Kingdom Jun 7, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Smartproxy, a renowned provider of cutting-edge proxy and web scraping solutions, has announced the addition of HTTPS and SOCKS5 protocols to their residential and mobile proxies. HTTPS and SOCKS5 open up possibilities for users seeking enhanced security, a higher level of anonymity, improved firewall circumvention, and access to blocked or restricted content.
Previously, Smartproxy only offered the SOCKS5 IP type option for dedicated data center proxies. Now, by integrating HTTPS and SOCKS5 into residential and mobile proxies, Smartproxy empowers its customers to harness the full potential of these protocols, known for their exceptional performance and versatility.
HTTPS proxies provide strong end-to-end encryption, ensuring that data exchanged between a client and a server is securely encrypted and protected from interception. Meanwhile, with SOCKS5, users can enjoy even faster proxy speeds and reliability. Since SOCKS5 works with various protocols, it is compatible with a range of applications and systems, granting the flexibility to leverage its benefits across multiple devices and platforms.
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Users can choose the HTTPS or SOCKS5 option with any residential and mobile proxy plan on the Smartproxy dashboard. Some of the most popular use cases for HTTPS proxies include general web browsing with increased security to access HTTP/HTTPS websites. Whereas SOCKS5 proxies are often used to stream web content, access restricted websites, and share files via peer-to-peer technology.
To explore the benefits of Smartproxy’s HTTPS- and SOCKS5-enabled residential and mobile proxies, visit the Smartproxy website.