SessionBox Proxy Integration with Bright Data

Learn how to setup your SessionBox proxy settings and integrate with Bright Data’s Proxy IPs.

SessionBox allows you to create different browser profiles in a single window.

It enables you to login into multiple accounts on the same site at the same time. 

This can be very useful for data collection and social media automation

To secure your identity and overcome various types of anti-data collection and other sorts of restrictions deployed by your target website, Bright Data proxies integrate with SessionBox so you can perform your job seamlessly. 

Head over to Bright Data.

  • Login into your account and go to the Dashboard. 
  • Click on Proxies and create a zone. 
  • You can choose between Datacenter, Residential & Mobile IPs.
  • Configure and create the zone according to your project requirements. 
  • Click on the Settings icon next to the Zone name.

From here you can get the access parameters like username and password. 

We’ll use this information with SessionBox for integration. 

For Datacenter zones you will see this option download IPs list.  

You can copy the IPs from here and use them later with SessionBox. 

  • Install the SessionBox Google Chrome extension.
  • Login to your SessionBox account. 
  • From the top left menu select Settings.
  • Switch over to the Proxy tab.

You’ll see these options: – Add Proxy or Add Multiple Proxies.

  • With the Add Proxy option, you can connect SessionBox to a proxy port with your preferred settings.
  • Add your Bright Data proxy credentials here
  • Type will be HTTP
  • In case you want to use Bright Data proxy manager then the address will be
  • Port will be 22225
  • Username & Password can be taken from your Bright Data zone settings. 
  • Copy and paste it then save it. 
  • Under Multiple Proxies simply put the IP addresses provided by Bright Data.

To Test the configuration:

Open up LinkedIn on another tab.

Click on the SessionBox chrome extension.

Click on Add new stored session. 

Let’s name the session as ‘LinkedIn Test’. 

Now let’s assign this session Bright Data proxies. 

So click on the 3-dot button next to the session name and select settings.

Then move to the others tab.

Under Proxy, you will see none by default; change that to Bright Data Proxies.  

Login into your LinkedIn account. 

Your session with Bright Data proxy has started. 

To confirm you can check the event log from the Bright Data dashboard.

Contact Bright Data support if you have any questions.