Surfing the internet anonymously has become extremely difficult. Whatever website you visit, you are almost guaranteed to be tracked by cookies, scripts and marketing aggregators. Although there usually is no harm in this (that is, you don't mind unknown entities profiling you and your browsing habits), you don't have much of a choice in this unless you use a proxy service.
Furthermore, some websites will refuse to load if you are in a specific place in the world. For example, if you are in a region where freedom of information is banned (e.g. China, N.Korea), the only way you can access banned information is by using a proxy service.
When you use this website, the web server requests the website on your behalf. This effectively hides your actual location, masking you from any tracking.
Furthermore, our enhanced security will in most cases break the tracking capabilities of the website you're visiting by default.
Using a proxy server is not illegal in the free world (that is, where our servers are located). It probably is illegal in countries where the internet is censored, because when you ban information you need to be able to monitor every request in order to enforce it.
However, since we clearly can track what our proxy processes we reserve the right to report any activity that is illegal in the free world, i.e. activity related to child abuse, human rights abuse, hacking, trolling, et cetera.
Contact us and we will send you instructions on how to obtain an account with our HTTP proxy service. Please note we charge a £6.00 monthly service fee to cover our bandwidth, but the website remains free.
Yes, but this has to be arranged in advanced. Please contact us with your exact requirements and we get back to you.
You can have as many as you want, with the help of configuration scripts we provide or you can have several browsers uniquely configured.