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Surf restricted web sites privately using an anonymous proxy service

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Surf restricted web sites privately using an anonymous proxy service

Depending on your location around the world, certain web sites like Facebook or YouTube may be blocked either by a government agency (such as the case in China and some countries in the Middle East) or by employers looking to restrict the web surfing activity of employees, in order to increase their productivity or to protect against lawsuits.

For people who wish to get around such restrictions, there are a number of good methods including using an anonymous proxy service or a VPN service.

A proxy service, otherwise known as an unblock website, is a web site that one can visit which provides its own web browser inside the site itself and allows a visitor to surf the web anonymously. All web surfing from an unblock website will appear to have originated from the web sites’ server, with an IP address from the server relative to its location. In this way, the IP address for the computer you are really using is masked, as is your actual location.

Such anonymous proxy services sometimes are free, but other web sites provide more robust, premium services for a fee which extends the usefulness of the services offered.

Proxy services vary in the options available. Free services have a limited range of options to select from. These typically include:

Removal of client side scripting (usually a language known as Javascript) which can execute clever commands that can give away your true location
Allowing and not allowing cookies (small text files with information about your browsing session) to be stored, or keep cookies only for the single web browsing session and then deleting them afterwards
Turning on/off images
Choose whether to show the referring website
Removing the page title for clean history purposes
Encoding of the web addresses visited

Choosing a good anonymous proxy service is important, so do your research and choose wisely.

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Proxy List

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This is very suitable for web users, but unluckily, due to its reputation, servers can be hard to
access at times. However, there will be webmasters who will attempt to obstruct proxy servers.
The simple way to go is by heading towards a proxy list site. Moreover, there are numerous
proxy list websites available, but the effective ones should be frequently maintained in order to
avoid problems. The contents are actually updated on a regular basis. In addition, the overall
contents of proxy list must also comprise links to other sites, proxy software and other essential
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Proxy List 2013

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A Proxy is an intermediary in internet, intranet, or other related network communications.

After a fresh installation of an operating system, no proxy settings are used by default, however you can choose to use one and that proxy server will act as your default gateway to the internet.
However, proxies are not restricted only to the operating system. As far as proxies go, we can divide them into the following categories:

Web proxies – which are websites that allow you to enter a URL, and by clicking a button, the website’s (server’s) IP address will appear as the client on the server that hosts the website you’ve entered. (example: you go to www.1unblock.com and you enter www.youtube.com)

Suffix proxies – which are sub-domain based proxies, that are more usable than web proxies. (example: you go to youtube.aproxywebsite.com and it will automatically redirect you to youtube.com, but on a connection that uses a proxy)

Normal proxies – these are the typical servers, ran on the operating system level as daemon. These proxies require you to set-up the IP and port of the proxy server in whatever software you want to use (example: to mask your Pidgin traffic, you use the settings only in Pidgin, but if you want to mask all your traffic, you use the settings at the operating system level, or individually for every application)

Proxies are used to keep the users behind them anonymous on a certain level.
Proxies in general rely on websites that provide a list with servers and ports (for regular proxies), or a list with websites (for web proxies).

Even though proxies, NAT connections, Tor or VPN are used for anonymity, please don’t think they are all the same.
They all use an intermediary machine, through which you communicate with a server, but every one of them has a different number of security layers adapted to it: NAT doesn’t have any security layer at all, whilst any form of proxy is secure in contrast.

Using proxies, most of the tasks you do online, or the websites you browse, won’t know your real identity, however web services that need details about the client, will override the connection from HTTP to HTTPS (a thing that some proxies won’t be able to bypass) or even block the entire connection until you connect directly without a proxy.

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