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    Proxy's

    I was wondering if anyone knew about a good free anonymous proxy. I downloaded the free version of Webtunnel but it only allows you to run it for 40min at a time.

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    I no longer use a proxy on my home machine but when I did I used multiproxy. I was very satisfied with it most of the time. You can even set it up to have mIRC run through it.
    http://www.multiproxy.org
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    Most anonymous proxy setups are not as anonymous as one might think...

    Why bother to use one at all?

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    I am starting use Squid Proxy and I like it so far. Here are some AO threads on the squid proxy.

    This may not be exactly what you are looking for but squid is a good proxy.


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    Well if anybody really wants to find your IP or some law enforcemen agency, they will.

    I found Proxomitron very usefull....

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l...itron+download

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    The Proxomitron doesn't hide your IP at all. That's simply not what's it made for.
    Here's a tutorial on what the Proxomitron does.

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    Re: Proxy's

    Originally posted here by kryptonic
    I was wondering if anyone knew about a good free anonymous proxy. I downloaded the free version of Webtunnel but it only allows you to run it for 40min at a time.

    List:
    http://www.publicproxyservers.com/index.html (list)
    http://www.quickproxy.tk/
    http://www.proxynet.tk/ (forum, tut)
    http://www.samair.ru/ (switch over with Google, English to Russian)
    ect.........

    Tool:
    T-0b1 posted this bad a$$ tool a week or two ago.
    http://gaamoa.deny.de/

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    Originally posted here by NemorY
    Well if anybody really wants to find your IP or some law enforcemen agency, they will.

    I found Proxomitron very usefull....

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l...itron+download
    hey Nemory, you look familiar!
    Oh, Nvm.
    Other guy is Irish, and you are Croatian. Sorry by that :P

    here http://proxyblind.org/list.shtml is a list of some free proxies (not all work everytime)
    Meu sítio

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    I am still a big fan of JAP

    http://anon.inf.tu-dresden.de/index_en.html


    How it works
    Instead of connecting directly to a webserver, users take a detour, connecting with encryption through several intermediaries, so-called mixes.

    Info: JAP uses a predetermined sequence for the mixes. Such a sequence of linked mixes is called a mix cascade. Users can choose between different mix cascades. - more...

    Since many users use these intermediaries at the same time, the internet connection of any one single user is hidden among the connections of all the other users. No one, not anyone from outside, not any of the other users, not even the provider of the intermediary service can determine which connection belongs to which user.

    Info: A relationship between a connection and its user could only be determined if all intermediaries worked together to sabotage the anonymization. - a detailed description of mixing principles...

    The intermediaries (mix providers) are generally provided by independent institutions which officially declare, that they do not keep connection log files or exchange such data with other mix providers.

    It is also planned, that independent watchdogs, who work in the name of the JAP users, will insure that the mix providers hold to their official declarations.

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    When i started using a proxy i used multiproxy it worked for me ok untill my friend deleted it but it really did not do me good or bad. If you really want a proxy there is one shot at it.

    www.multiproxy.com or .org it is one of the two.

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