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Date Working HTTPS H. Anonymous Anonymous Transparent Total
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  • Privatise your IP address along with information about your location and online activities.
  • Secure your internet connection, preventing surveillance and significantly reducing your chances of being hacked.
  • Get access to websites, apps, videos, and other content worldwide.

Almost any application, such as your own web-browser, can be configured to route your connections through a proxy server for reasons of anonimity or performance.

  • Firefox: Tools > Options > Advanced > Settings (next to Connection) > Manual Proxy Configuration > then enter proxy details
  • IE: Tools > Internet Options > Connections > LAN Settings > select “Use a proxy server for your LAN” and then enter proxy details
  • Chrome: Tools > Settings > Show advanced settings > Change proxy settings (in Network section) > enter proxy details

Yes, We scrape a lots of free proxies from all over the internet and check them every 3 mins to make sure you only get the freshest proxies possible.

Please note that these are not our own proxies, so we can not be held responsible for their performance and stability, but only show their status at the time of verification.

These are usually divided into 3 categories. These are based on levels of anonymity, depending on how much information is sent to the server:

  • Transparent (level 3): The lowest level of anonymity. Your IP address is hidden from the websites you access. However, these proxies cache the website pages you visit. This makes web access faster… but it also means your IP can be found on the server. People often choose this option when their goal is to visit blocked websites, bypass firewalls or download from file hosting sites – rather than hide identity.
  • Anonymous (level 2): Medium anonymity, suitable for most internet activities. Your IP address stays hidden from the proxy server, and nobody can establish a connection with your PC. However, the server records your connection as behind a proxy, even though it can’t pinpoint your location. Connection speed is average.
  • Elite (level 1): The highest level of anonymity, but also the slowest connection. The server you connect to doesn’t know you’re using a proxy, and it behaves as though the IP address you provide is your “real” IP.

No, this are public proxies hosted by volunteers on the internet.

The proxies update every 3 minutes.

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