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Monthly Archives: April 2018

Using a Proxy Browser

  • Keep the users and the machines behind it anonymous. Did you know that with every site you enter, you basically give away all your personal information such as passwords and usernames? This tool will provide no way for the user after you can to trace your Internet history easily.
  • Speed up your access to online resources. Sometimes, the most annoying part of surfing the web is to wait for it to buffer. These kinds of browsers are commonly used to cache web pages. These servers do this by delivering the requests quickly.
  • Censorship and Filtering. In schools and public computers, these browsers are utilized to filter certain websites or its content. This allows them to prevent their users from entering inappropriate websites. If you own a company, you cans use these browsers to prevent your employees from accessing sites that will cause them to waste time compromising your company’s output.
  • Accessing blocked sites from your school or workplace. This is one of the superficial but fun uses of these browsers. This function is just the opposite of what was previously mentioned. Most social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter are blocked on universities and offices. With the help of these servers, you can easily enter these sites.
  • Proxy browsers can also be useful in preventing your account in any site from being hacked.
  • To audit usage. You can for example, use these browsers to provide your company with Internet employee usage reporting.
  • Safe way to surf the net. You can also use these sites to protect your computer from malicious software, viruses and even spyware.

Find Safe Web Proxies

Basically, a proxy server is just an ordinary web server, albeit one with a special function. This server lies between the web user and the sites they are visiting; with requests for web pages and files being relayed via this server. This relay means that it is the servers IP address which is reported to the site being visited rather than the IP address of the web user. Why is this important? IP addresses, particularly static IP addresses, which are more and more common with the expansion of broadband service, can be used to identify specific users. Just think about the implications of that for a moment.

It should be noted that not all proxy servers will hide this information which can be used to uniquely identify you from the sites you visit – there are anonymous proxy servers as well; these provide a higher degree of anonymity to you on the web. However, how can you tell which proxies are really protecting your identity? Read on for a few tips on how to find safe web proxies.

First, you can use the “whois” command if you are running any variant of Unix or Linux on your computer. There are also web-based interfaces for this program available, including the ones available at domaintools.com which can tell you if the owner of the proxy has hidden their contact information or not.

You can also use Google or another search engine to look up the proxy and see if anyone has had any experiences of malfeasance with the proxy and what, if anything people are saying about it. Another good source of information is available from the homepage of the proxy server itself; there should be a terms and conditions of use policy posted on the site which will tell you exactly what the proxy does and does not report to other sites in terms of information about users.

Using a web proxy can be a good way to protect your personal information and your privacy in general from those who may have bad intentions on the internet. However, while any proxy server provides you with more protection than no proxy at all, you should look into any web proxy before you use it to make sure that it is giving you all of the protection you are looking for. There are safe and anonymous web proxies out there, but finding one which will perform well for you may take just a little bit of investigation. Have fun out there and remember; safety first!

SSL Proxy

Many people just stop using the web as a good source to find information they need for work or school. The goal of proxies is to keep you anonymous online. A Proxy that uses the HTTPS protocol will be on the web with an SSL proxy that keeps you even more anonymous. The best proxy sites are CGI and PHP with SSL, they are the hardest proxies to block. Most sites charge money to use the SSL version but some are free. A web proxy is one way you can also get to social websites like Facebook and MySpace.

The Internet is full of proxy websites and most of them get blocked eventually. But those proxies that uses SSL you can still get to by going to there HTTPS address. For example: if you tried to go to a proxy bypass web-site and it was blocked then try going to it’s HTTPS protocol address. But you need to be careful not to use personal information when you surf through proxies. A proxy is like a web server that grants you access to the Internet through it. The same technology that administrators use to block you at school and work from getting to sites that you need is the same technology that webmasters use to give back the access. Now many people don’t even know that they can bypass the filters at the work and school so administrators haven’t had to put much thought into how to block SSL proxy [http://911tunnel.com]. So keep it a secret.