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Anonymous Surfing with Web Proxies

An informational article provided by iPrivacyTools.com

The term "anonymous surfing" means different things to different people. For some it is simply the ability to browse the Internet without displaying their IP address. And for such purposes, a simple web proxy may suffice. However, it is important that you be aware of the risks and limitations of web proxies. In particular:

  • They may not be SSL compatible, so you cannot safely login to webmail, submit personal information, or enter a username/password anywhere.
  • They are able to monitor the information being relayed. So while you may be hiding your IP address from a target website, you're also exposing your web use to the proxy operator.
  • They are easily broken with popups and scripts. Because of this, you should consider web proxies a low level form of anonymous surfing at best.

The most serious of these weaknesses, SSL incompatibility, can be resolved by using iPrivacyTools.

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