Table of contents


The Rules tab is used to configure the parameters by which proxies will be selected later.
Rules are a set of conditions by which you can take a proxy from the list of "live" proxies. Thus, the rules are applied to those proxies that have already been verified. Rules can be used to customize the outputting of proxies according to various criteria. For example, you only need anonymous proxies or elite ones, with maximum speed and minimum timeout, unbanned on Google and Twitter, only Russian proxies to work with Russian social networks, etc.

How to open?

The first way

Via the Control tab

Second way

Through the Proxy tab

Control Panel


Allows you to create a new rule from scratch.
If at this moment there is an unsaved rule on the assembly panel (described below), a dialog will appear asking you to save the changes.


With the Clear button, you can remove components in the Assembly Panel window.


Allows you to save all changes that have been made. Click the Save button and choose a name for the rule. All saved rules, as well as preset rules, you can see in the List of rules section at the bottom of the window.


To change a rule, you need to select it in the List of Rules and click the Change button, after which its components will be transferred to the Assembly Panel.


To remove a rule from the List of Rules, you need to select it and click the Remove button.

Restore defaults

Allows you to restore the default values for the default rules.

List of rules

All rules added to the program are displayed in this window. By clicking on the “+” (plus) next to the rule name, you can see the details for it.

Assembly panel

Components from the Available Components for a rule window are added here. You can add it using drag and drop.

Component properties

This window displays the properties of the component currently selected in the Assembly Panel.

After adding by dragging the required component from the Available Components window to the Assembly Panel, you can customize it.
Take the Labels component as an example. To activate the editing mode for the properties of this component, just click on it once and on the right in the Component Properties window, you will see the editing properties.

The components need to be configured one at a time, from left to right. If you have not adjusted the left component, then you will not be able to proceed to editing the next, which are to the right.

In the Component Properties window, the property settings may not be fully displayed. Therefore, before starting editing, stretch the window downward, as shown in the animation below.

Available components for a rule


The proxy is selected by labels. List the label names through “;“ to determine which labels this filter will be applied to (Rule)


Sort by proxy timeout in an ascending order. Proxies with the shortest delay come at the beginning, and proxies with greater delay come at the end.

Proxy type

Specify the desired proxy type: http, socks4, socks5.


Shows whether the proxy is a tunnel for the proxy.
If enabled, only gateway proxies are selected.
If disabled, only non-gateway proxies are selected.
To select both, remove this component. Gateway proxies are proxies. which are the proxy tunnel.


Whether the proxy is hiding the user's IP address.
Whether the proxy must be anonymous.
Anonymity is a proxy flag that determines whether this proxy is hiding the original IP address or not.


The proxy does not impersonate itself as a proxy (does not pass the HTTP_VIA parameter in the header) Whether the proxy must be elite. An elite (high anonymous, high anonymous) proxy does not pass the HTTP_VIA parameter in the header (does not impersonate itself as a proxy).

Cookie support.
Whether the proxy should support passing Cookie in the header.


Https support.
Whether the proxy must support https connections.


POST support.
Whether the proxy should support POST passing in the header. (Very often a POST is needed to submit forms)


Whether the proxy should support passing the Referer in header.


  • Allow - only countries from this list will be selected

  • Forbid - proxies of countries from the list will be ignored

How to add a country?

Click on the drop-down list, find the required country, select it, then click on the green “+” (plus) next to this list. And so for each required country.

Removing a country from the list

To remove a country, select it in the list of added countries and click the “-” (minus) button.

Google passed

Checking for a ban in the Google search engine.
When you activate a Successful request to Google parameter, the second parameter Allow the answer to be a CAPTCHA response becomes available for activation..

Test URL

Allows you to check the proxy for performance on a specific URL.

Select an option - Allow or Forbid.

You can add new URLs for verification via Source Settings


The process for adding and removing rules is the same as for Countries (described above).

Subnet IP

Sets limits on allowed proxy IP addresses using a list of subnets.
Specify the subnets you need in the following formats:

  • Range:



  • Network address with mask:



Subnets can be loaded from a file. To do this, click on the file icon (1) and select the file with subnets from your computer.


The process for adding and removing rules is the same as for Countries (described above).


Sets restrictions on proxy ports.
Enter port numbers or their ranges separated by semicolons:
Example: 80; 1000 - 1080; 8080

You can Allow or Forbid a port by clicking on the corresponding item.


Makes the rule not strict, in the absence of suitable ones, gateway proxies will be taken.

Max. delay

Filter by maximum proxy timeout.
Defines the maximum allowed proxy timeout in seconds. All proxies with high timeout are cut off.

Min. speed

Filter by minimum proxy speed. Defines the minimum allowed proxy speed. All proxies of lesser importance are cut off.


Selecting a proxy by source. Add the proxy source address/path.

White list

Check for availability in the Black list.

Frequently used rules

The program already contains a set of the most frequently used rules for proxy selection.

Live&Twitter passed - anonymous proxies unbanned on Windows Live and Twitter.

Twitter passed - anonymous proxies not banned on Twitter.

Anonymous - anonymous proxies that support POST requests.

Anonymous (HTTPS) - Anonymous proxies that support POST requests and HTTPS connections.

Google passed with Captcha - proxies not banned in Google, with confirmation using captcha.

Google passed - proxies not banned from Google.

Elite - are elite proxies that support POST requests.

Elite (HTTPS) - Elite proxies that support POST requests and HTTPS connections.

Socks - is a socks type proxy.