Anonymous Surfing software reviews

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by Ashanta, Jun 13, 2009.

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  1. Ashanta

    Ashanta Registered Member

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    I'd like to know your opinions about the following anonymous software about protecting hiding IP address (through third-party applications), security and speed surfing:

    1. Hide my IP 2009
    2. Hide IP NG
    3. Mask Surf Pro
    4. E-Capsule Private Browser
    5. Omniquad Anonymous Surfing
    6. Anonymeister
    7. XB Browser

    Please, specify if one of them, don't work with IE.

    Thanks in advance for your contribution.

    It can helps me a lot to choose the program
     
  2. Ashanta

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    Let me know your experiences, thanks
     
  3. fuzzylogic

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    1. , 2 and 5 basically just proxy apps that push your browser to the selected proxy, good for basic privacy. 3, 4 and 6 are basically nothing more than customized builds of firefox using the tor network, they are not worth paying for and should avoided, use 7, xbbroswers that free and is better build then these paid products. 5
     
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    Someone posted a link here, maybe a year or so ago, that used Java to bypass the proxy and reveal the true IP. I can't seem to find it, but I wonder if it would bypass 2 and 5?
     
  5. Ashanta

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    Thanks fuzzologic for your advice.

    Should we need Firefox to install and run XBrowser ? o_O
     
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