Using Kameleo with Ping Proxies

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Change your browser sessions digital fingerprint and IP addresses, allowing you to maintain multiple profiles across a wide range of websites, all from a single piece of software.

By integrating Ping Proxies into your Kameleo setup, you can change your browser sessions digital fingerprint and IP addresses, allowing you to maintain multiple profiles across a wide range of websites, all from a single piece of software.


In this guide, we'll walk you through the process step-by-step, arming you with the knowledge and skills to harness the combined power of Kameleo and Ping Proxies.

Why Use Proxies with Kameleo?

Websites can track other information about your connection, mainly your IP address, in addition to browser and device fingerprinting.

Proxies help to stop the effectiveness of this tracking by acting as an intermediary between your device and the target websites. If configured correctly, proxies can help ask your connection and the subsequent information that can be garnered from it - this helps to:

  • Maintain Anonymity: Proxies mask your true IP address, keeping your digital identity safely under wraps.
  • Manage Multiple Profiles: With proxies, you can effortlessly juggle different IP addresses for your Kameleo browser profiles.
  • Access Geographically Restricted Content: Use a proxy server based in another location to bypass regional restrictions and unlock a world of possibilities.
  • Enhance Security: Some proxies use DNS blackholes to help provide an extra layer of protection, shielding you from online threats like Malware or Ads.

Setting Up Ping Proxies in Kameleo

Now, let's get into the details of setting up and readying Ping Proxies in Kameleo.

Follow these steps, and you'll be browsing never have to worry about browser, device or IP address fingerprinting again.

First things first, of course, you'll need to download and install the Kameleo app for your Windows or Android device. You can download the application here.

  1. Sign in to Kameleo

  2. Create a new Kameleo Profile
    Click on "New Profile." This is the profile we'll use to connect our Ping Proxies.


  3. Select your device type, operating system, browser, and language
    Kameleo has hundreds of different combinations of OS, Browser Engine, and Language. Fee free to select the best combination for your use-case but if you are not sure then we would recommend picking an Android Device with Chrome.

    Android is built on Linux and this can help stop the potential for TCP/IP Fingerprinting since most proxy servers also run on a version of Linux.


  4. Enter your proxy information
    Go to the "Connection" tab and enter your proxy settings. Then, enter the details of the specific proxy you want to link to this browser session.

    All Ping Proxies services are provisioned username/password/authentication and are shown in IP_ADDRESS:PORT:USERNAME:PASSWORD format. For example, take the proxy below, which is sent in this format:
    This proxy is split into four parts separated by colons, or :'s. The segments of proxy information are below:
    - IP Address/Hostname:
    - Port: 7777
    - Username: customer-tt_pp_lz_5051-sessid-Z9tCGVYHu
    - Password: 23n22mk22

    For Residential Pro proxies you can enter SOCKS5 or HTTP as the proxy type but for Premium Static Residential ISP or Datacenter proxies you should select HTTP only.


  5. Test the Proxy
    To ensure everything is configured correctly, click the "Test Proxy" button. If your test isn't unsuccessful, double-check all the information you've inputted.


  6. Save and Start your New Profile
    Click the save button, and then return to the profile selection section. Then click "Start" to begin using the new browser profile attached to your proxy.
    Congratulations! You have successfully configured Ping Proxies with Kameleo to enhance your browsing privacy and security.


What if I still need help setting up Kameleo with Ping Proxies?

No problem! PingProxy is available to walk you through the set-up process and answer any other questions along the way, contact us at or via our 24/7 Ticker System in our Discord server. You can also open a Kameleo support ticket, if you need help. 

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