Kudos to JakBeNymble, Arne and whomever else worked on this proxo config & filters This post is for those using Proxomitron wanting to test a config employing fake proxy, and Name & IP Filters: Follow the link below to the post by Arne, download JakxPack.zip and follow the instructions in the post. http://asp.flaaten.dk/proxo/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=173 After I did the above, I went to a number of sites and got some interesting results: * be kind if you use this proxo config., and either add wilders site to the bypass spoofed list (right click on proxo with filter in use and "Add to blockfile - SpooferByPass"), or consider not using it on this site. 1) working thru pc flanks browser test this is what I got: http://www.pcflank.com/browser_test1.htm The test has found that the IP address used by your computer cannot be scanned. This commonly occurs because of a firewall program on your computer and/or you are connected to the Internet through a proxy-server or your ISP uses Network Address Translation (NAT) to share IP addresses. This means the test cannot check your system as the results of the testing would be incorrect. Interesting result! 2) http://www.all-nettools.com/pr.htm the above link is really kool - and if you followed Arne's post (By JakBeNymble!) you will get the following result: Proxy server detected even though you are faking a Proxy. the site also shows some other interesting information. My assessment regarding this proxo config is: 1) interesting results but your real IP appears to be still gettable, not masked, however it may confuse some as in PC Flanks case. Other sites like privacy.net are still able to zero in on your real IP address 2) Jak's config does what it says it will do - spoofs the following: via, xforward, client IP, and includes a rotating list of user agents. *Also allows you to bypass the spoofing for specific sites. 3) if you turn on your proxo log and look at the results of Jak's config. it is really cool, every match on via, xforward, and client ip, rotates to a different result. Same is true I'm sure if you use Jak's user agent filters. No wonder the PC Flank Browser test had so much trouble with this proxo config. 4) You may want to modify via.txt. Some of the spoofed names are quite colorful. 5) had 1 report of a slow down in surfing as a result of using the config. I will monitor but so far I have not experienced a noticeable difference in my own surfing with this config. I ran some tests on Jak's config using TclockEx which adds seconds to time in sys tray and monitored the page load time of some sites I frequent. My Assessment on the surfing slow down issue: I did not see any slow down in surfing speed on my pc using this Jak's proxo config. Note: when I run Jak's config. I am only using Via, Xforward, & CLient IP spoof - (I am not using the user agent spoof provided - since I have my own user agent filter.) Conjecture: Any slow down experienced may be PC specific. Looks like a good add to my arsenal of keeper configs. at this point, however I am still looking for a proxo solution if it exists which will cloak or stealth the actual IP address. I'll keep ya posted if I run across something.