Lots of people are demanding more proxy sites because many have already been banned by their school or workplace. It´s not easy to find new ones but maybe the list from Econsulting might help you. They have a list of 250 web proxies that might not be banned. I think it´s worth a try if you are that desperate.
Another method would still be to setup your own proxy server, which means more work but a good chance that you are able to surf your beloved sites again. You could also try and setup a normal HTTP proxy in your browsers settings if those are not disabled from your systems administrator.
Update: Proxy lists have a limited life spawn on the Internet, and since this one has not been updated by its author in recent years, it is more or less not usable anymore. While you may find a few working proxies here or there, you will also notice that the majority of proxy sites have closed down, or switched to a different website without proxy support.
If you are looking for web proxies currently, I suggest you take a look at the Proxy.org website. Here you find thousands of working proxies using various proxy scripts, and more than 40,000 proxies that worked at one time, but are not working anymore. The non-working proxies are not displayed on the site obviously, as it would not make lots of sense to do that.
When you are on the frontpage of the site, you can simply enter the url that you want to visit, and click on the go button to use a random working proxy of the list. If you prefer a different proxy, for instance from a specific location or using a specific proxy script, you can select it instead from the list of available servers.Advertisement
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