What’s the Best Proxy for Your Structure

We know that magic doesn't exist, but we know that the "secret" formula for success in preventing your accounts from being banned is a quality multi-login browser (Lauth) + a good proxy, right?

We know there’s no magic bullet, but we understand that the “secret” formula for successfully preventing your accounts from being banned is a high-quality multi-login anti-detect browser (Lauth) paired with a good camouflage method like a proxy or 4G connection.

But which type of proxy do you really need to maintain a secure and robust structure? Today, we’ll explore the various types of proxies, based on feedback and reviews, to help you choose the most suitable one for your business needs.

Running Multiple Accounts Simultaneously with Unique IPs

One of the main advantages of proxies over 4G connections lies in the ability to assign a unique IP to each device/profile. This allows you to use them all simultaneously without the risk of network data crossover. Your data will be securely camouflaged.

For this purpose, there are three main types of proxies: residential, datacenter, and mobile (4G).

Residential proxies replicate the way you and I connect to the internet from our homes (via a local provider). They use real IP addresses attached to physical addresses. While they are generally more expensive than datacenter proxies, they are undoubtedly more authentic and secure.

Datacenter proxies, on the other hand, are connected to mass data centers (servers) and cloud hosting sites, rather than regular ISPs. They may be fast, but they are not as natural as residential proxies.

Mobile proxies, by nature, share the same IP and network data structure with thousands of users, allowing you to blend in among them since platforms can’t restrict all users with a suspicious IP address.

How to Choose the Best One

If your goal is to extend the lifespan of accounts for businesses in digital commerce and affiliate marketing sectors, we recommend opting for residential or mobile proxies.

As mentioned earlier, residential proxies generally appear more legitimate than datacenter proxies as they are connected to a real ISP. Additionally, it’s simply more natural for a user to connect through this type of proxy rather than a server.

Datacenter proxies may raise suspicions in these circumstances due to their lack of transparency and the fact that they are easy to acquire in large quantities, which means they have a history of being used for less honest activities.

Regarding 4G connections, as discussed earlier, they have gained significant traction recently due to their practical and highly effective nature. Since it’s just your mobile internet connection, provided by your cellular operator (Claro, Vivo, Tim, Oi), it’s simply your cellular network, complete with an IP address assigned by your carrier. You can either create your own mobile proxy or purchase one from providers.

Where to Get Them

When people talk about getting a good proxy provider, it’s not just generic advice; it’s a crucial part of preventing account bans.

A reliable provider is key to your success because you need to ensure that these IPs haven’t been blacklisted or marked with red flags in the past.

One of the most widely used residential proxies is hosted on Brazilian servers. A great option for frequent travelers, remote teams, or those living outside Brazil who want to operate from abroad with a Brazilian address – ProxyAds. It’s even more appealing due to its Brazilian support.

Another excellent option is ASocks, operating directly from Russia but offering location options for virtually every part of the world. Contingência Social also delivers high-quality proxies.

It’s important to consider your description regarding location naturally. Make sure to access the platforms you want to use through a proxy installed on a good anti-detect browser that camouflages your real geolocation.

It’s worth mentioning that while Lauth is a multi-login anti-detect browser that ensures the camouflaging of your profile access base in broad terms, we do not offer proxies. Our focus is on creating unique devices (fingerprints). Therefore, it’s clear that you need to integrate connection camouflage methods into your structure to ensure 100% satisfactory results.

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