Posts Tagged ‘anonymous surfing’

325576-64AnonymoX is an initiative for anonymization in the internet. The aim is to restore the users right of anonymity in the web.

Most websites monitor the behaviour of their users, giving the websites hosts the ability to analyze the general users behaviour and create detailed user profiles, which often times are sold to third parties.

A thread for the freedom of speech of the internet manifests in the repression through federal or private organizations.

More and more governments censor websites with the excuse of child safety, copyright infringement or the fight against terrorism and thereby limit the freedom of speech.

Also blocking users by based on their origin with GeoIP-Blocks is applied often, for example at Media platforms like YouTube.

With anonymoX your are able to bypass many sorts of blocks by jelling a virtual Identity in another Country with only a few mouse clicks.

Short summary of it’s functionality
Instead of accessing a website directly, it’ll be first opened by one of our servers, called Proxy.

This Proxy hides your true internet identiy and makes it look as if not you, but the Proxy is currently visiting the website.

anonymoX is cost-free in its basic version, which is made possible by including some ads. But we provide a chargeable Premium version allowing extended use of our anonymization network.

Please note our Guidline for proper use, if correct functionality and anonymity is very important to you.

Download anonymoX here


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So you browse hundreds and thousands of websites daily, but do you know that when you open up a website from any external link, HTTP referrer information headers are being passed to that site.

Suppose you got a link in your email by your friend pointing you to some website. When you open up that link, you are passing the information that from where have you been redirected from. So if you are using your office mail account, that website will have information that you came to them from your office mail which may also show the name of the company you work for.

In Firefox you can disable and block the passing of HTTP Referrer headers –

Open Firefox, and on the address bar paste about:config and press enter.

Paste network.http.sendRefererHeader into the filter search bar then double click on it and change the value from 2 to 0.

So next time you open up a link, it’ll block the referrer URL to be passed to that website.


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Disconnect description: A Firefox add-on that stops major third parties from tracking the webpages you go to.

If you’re a typical web user, you’re unintentionally sending your browsing history with your name and other personal information to third parties whenever you’re online.

Disconnect is an extension for Firefox designed to enable you to control the way your share your data. It prevents third parties from tracking your information.

Here are some key features of “Disconnect”:

· Disable tracking by third parties like Digg, Facebook, Google, Twitter, and Yahoo, without requiring any setup or significantly degrading the usability of the web.
· See how many resource requests are blocked, in real time.
· Easily unblock services, by clicking the toolbar.

Disconnect can be downloaded here.


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Benefits of using ProxyPy:
✰ Be anonymous online
✰ Bypass internet restrictions
✰ Security, identity fraud
✰ Free & Fast & Stable
✰ Running on Google
✰ Start surfing anonymously here

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While surfing the web all users leave their traces. By combining these traces the user gets a face.

Many commercial organizations, security services and hackers take advantage of such a profiling.

JonDonym can hide your IP address and thereby allows anonymous surfing. JonDonym makes invisible.

Secure Surfing

At public data networks and wireless local area networks (Wi-Fi hotspots, cyber cafés, hotels, airports etc.) hackers can easily spy out and manipulate personal data and keywords. JonDonym protects.

Informational self-determination

As a result of government requirements more and more personal data is legally saved. JonDonym gives back privacy.

Free access to information

In many countries, e.g. China, access to information is limited by censorship. JonDonym overcomes limits.

Freedom of expression

Due to fear of repression people mind publishing their opinion, for example in blogs. JonDonym gives them back their voice

Visit the JonDonym website here

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From cyberguerrilla.info This is a guide with which even a total noob can get high class security for his system and complete anonymity online. But its not only for noobs, it contains a lot of tips most people will find pretty helpfull. It is explained so detailed even the biggest noobs can do it^^ :

=== The Ultimate Guide for Anonymous and Secure Internet Usage v1.0.1 ===

By the time you are finished reading and implementing this guide, you will be able to securely and anonymously browse any website and to do so anonymously. No one not even your ISP or a government agent will be able to see what you are doing online. If privacy and anonymity is important to you, then you owe it to yourself to follow the instructions that are presented here.

In order to prepare this guide for you, I have used a computer that is running Windows Vista. This guide will work equally well for other versions of Windows. If you use a different operating system, you may need to have someone fluent in that operating system guide you through this process. However, most parts of the process are easily duplicated in other operating systems.

I have written this guide to be as newbie friendly as possible. Every step is fully detailed and explained. I have tried to keep instructions explicit as possible. This way, so long as you patiently follow each step, you will be just fine.

In this guide from time to time you will be instructed to go to certain URLs to download files. You do NOT need TOR to get these files, and using TOR (while possible) will make these downloads very slow.

This guide may appear overwhelming. Every single step is explained thoroughly and it is just a matter of following along until you are done. Once you are finished, you will have a very secure setup and it will be well worth the effort. Even though the guide appears huge, this whole process should take at the most a few hours. You can finish it in phases over the course of several days.

It is highly recommended that you close *ALL* applications running on your computer before starting.

Links to guide: Pastebin + Cyberguerilla

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KProxy.com is helping hundreds of thousands of people daily protecting their privacy and identity online and giving access to censored sites since 2005. KProxy.com is the most reliable and fastest free anonymous web proxy in internet.

Most free proxies don’t work with sites such as facebook, gmail, etc, but KProxy does. Https protocol is supported and downloads are allowed. Also, if a website does not seem to be working with our free proxy you can post in our forum and we’ll do our best to fix it.

Hide behind our IP address, access blocked websites and protect your identity!

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