Here is another online proxy sites that allows you to browse the Internet in relative anonymity by hiding the IP address that you have received from your Internet Service Provider. Its available at [no longer available]
Am I the only one recognizing a daily increase in online proxy websites? It seems that there has been one new site every day for the last two weeks. I know that these sites become more and more popular with governments increasing restrictions on their people but that many? All seem to use the same script named phproxy, a open source script designed to bypass firewalls and other proxy restrictions through their website and available at.
The online proxy is no longer available. You can access a list of working proxy servers on sites such as Proxy.org. There you find a list of more than 3000 proxies that you can use to access sites that you otherwise can not access or want to only access through a proxy server.
You can type in the web address that you want to visit at the top and click the Go button to be taken to the site using a random working proxy from the list of available servers.
You can alternatively select a specific online proxy that you want to use for that connection. The proxy script used by the servers are listed next to their name. You also find information about the country of origin there which can be helpful if you want to access websites that allow only connections from users of specific countries.
You can also access this web page on the site. It offers more sorting options for you, for instance a top listing of proxies, or options to sort online proxies by SSL support, country or IP address. The addresses are however not clickable on the pages, which means that you need to copy them into the browser's address bar manually.Advertisement
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