For the best possible experience, we don't recommend using the VyprVPN proxy along with any other proxy in Chrome.
In its initial beta release, the VyprVPN Proxy will override any other proxy extensions running in Google Chrome.
That means that if you have another proxy connected before you connect the VyprVPN proxy, then the VyprVPN Proxy will take over the connection, and any site you visit while connected will see an IP address coming from the VyprVPN Proxy, rather than any other proxy service that might be running.
Although the VyprVPN Proxy will override other proxy extensions in Chrome, this behavior may change in future updates. This page will be updated accordingly.
If you need any further assistance, please contact our 24/7 Customer Success Team, who would be glad to assist.