Best FREE Anonymity Proxy Software

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by Coolio10, Apr 5, 2009.

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  1. Coolio10

    Coolio10 Registered Member

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    I have been trying out tor, JAP, and I2P, and they all do good on jondonyms anonymity test. Which is the best and why?

    I like I2P since it offers lots of control via localhost.

    Jondofox is very secure and can work with all of them.
     
  2. jonw

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    Tor,I2P, and Jap are all good choices for FREE ANONYMITY but something like xerobank would be better its not free though.

    Jap is only good for web browsing so that's its only downfall.
     
  3. SteveTX

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    actually... this was supposed to be secret, but I heard we are going to have a trial where you get to try our services for free, no questions asked.
     
  4. jonw

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    How will you stop spammers and cheaters from using your network?

    lol cause I no if I was a spammer or what not I would be using xerobank.
     
  5. SteveTX

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    heh. simple: no irc, no smtp, no https, ip authentication. try doing spammy things without those. The entire Tor network does 1 Gbps out of all it's nodes. XeroBank has over 3 Gbps capacity and never gets overloaded.
     
  6. jonw

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    You still going to give them a option to use the normal network if they pay for the dollar trial?
     
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    Yes. My understanding is it would be something like 1 week free demo -> 1 month trial for $1 -> full client.
     
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    Well your've already tested several of the big networks, that isn't too much more to test out. you could always use gpass, gtunnel, http tunnel or your freedom if your after new proxy software. Don't expect much from http tunnel/your freedom, they are speed limited until you pay for the service, gpass/tunnel are mainly used for people in suppressed countries and may have half decent speeds.
     
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    and there is also anchofree which is a vpn as well as cyberghost and alonweb which provide a free open vpn.
    anchorfree and cyberghost have been around for a while and have both undergone scrutiny.you can google them yourself.
    cyberghost allows 10 gigs of free access a moth and all there servers are based out of germany.
    anchorfree is american and i think has a 3 gig/month cap.when they first came out they were super fast but i assume now with more people using the service that is what has caused the service to slow down.mid you it is still fast and it also does have website restrictions.last i checked you could not surf pornsites with it.and if you try to use it for downloading from ares or limewire or vuze it slows down to a crawl.
    alonweb is new,only a couple of months old so i cant tell you alot about them but they use a netherlands ip adress similar to xerobank.whether the company itsel is netherlands based i could not tell you and the server does seem to run pretty fast and i have not found any website restrictions with them.
     
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    no https?? mmmmh... sounds like a big threat to anonimity... kind of in contrast with the pourpose of Xerobank.
     
  11. SteveTX

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    not really. https has nothing to do with anonymity, only privacy. want to use https? sign up for the $1 trial. https means no free access to paypal or banks and whatnot. perfect for anyone that wants to try out our service for free and do basic free web stuff to test speed or whatever. unusable for anyone who wants to do malicious things.
     
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    I think,but am not really sure,that I2P does no data encryption so ISP's easily see everything you do online,but I'm not sure.I tried reading at their website but couldn't find (or understand,maybe:rolleyes: the information.
    So I was wondering if anybody knew.

    I tend to think that total anonimity is impossible,but am not sure.
     
  13. duckieman

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    https://www.ultravpn.fr

    This website will allow user to be total anonymous. It is totally encryted, so its safe to use to download torrents.

    This service is free and works at great speed:D
     
  14. SteveTX

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    Warning lights should be going off.
     
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    I haven't been to that site but it seems to be a free VPN site..

    Internet data on these free sites:
    UltraVPN servers are run by Lynanda . No connection or traffic logs are kept. (anywat keeping logs is not possible at such high throughputs) ...

    AliveProxy is another free one.. But they claim that UltraVPN is faster. Still to use these services you have to go through your own ISP to reach them.
     
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