Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Free Proxy 1320 Proxies

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564 Elite Proxy, 69 Anonymous Proxy, 687 Transparent Proxy

Elite Proxy

An elite proxy only sends REMOTE_ADDR header, the other headers are blank/empty, hence making you seem like a regular internet user who is not using a proxy at all.

Anonymous Proxy

An anonymous proxy does not send your real IP address in the HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR header, instead it submits the IP address of the proxy or is just blank.

The HTTP_VIA header is sent like with a transparent proxy, also revealing that you are using a proxy server.

Transparent Proxy

A transparent proxy sends your real IP address in the HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR header, this means a website that does not only determine your REMOTE_ADDR but also check for specific proxy headers will still know your real IP address.

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What is a proxy?
A proxy or proxy server is basically another computer which serves as a hub through which internet requests are processed. By connecting through one of these servers, your computer sends your requests to the proxy server which then processes your request and returns what you were wanting. In this way it serves as an intermediary between your home machine and the rest of the computers on the internet. Proxies are used for a number of reasons such as to filter web content, to go around restrictions such as parental blocks, to screen downloads and uploads and to provide anonymity when surfing the internet.

Why use a proxy?
If you are wanting to surf the web anonymously then proxies can provide you with a means to hide your home IP address from the rest of the world. By connecting to the internet through proxies, the home IP address of your machine will not be shown but rather the IP of the proxy server will be shown. This can provide you with more privacy then if you were simply connecting directly to the internet. There are number of proxies that can provide you with service. You can find a list of these simply by typing "Proxy List" into any search engine. There are some proxies which are free and some which charge money, the choice is up to you but we have found that the paid proxies are more reliable, faster and more secure.

How to setup a proxy?
Most internet browsers can be setup to run through proxies in just a matter of minutes.

Internet Explorer Proxy Settings
Click Tools
Click Internet Options
Click the Connections Tab
Click LAN settings
Check the "Use a proxy server for your LAN" box Enter the IP Address of the Proxy Server and the Port Number
Click OK

FireFox Proxy Settings
Click the FireFox Button(The button in the upper left corner)
Click Options
Click Options in the new tab
Click the Advanced Tab
Click Settings
Click Manual Proxy Settings In the HTTP Proxy Box enter the IP Address of the proxy server and the Port number
Click OK

Google Chrome Proxy Settings
Click the Customize and Control Button(Button with the wrench picture in upper right corner
Click Under the Hood
Click Change proxy settings
Click LAN Settings
Check the "Use a proxy server for your LAN" box Enter the IP Address of the Proxy Server and the Port Number
Click OK

Safari Proxy Settings
Click Safari
Click Preferences
Click Advanced
Click Change Settings
Check the Web Proxy(HTTP) box Enter the IP Address of the Proxy Server and the Port Number Click Apply Now