Description: Anonymous Surfing is an Internet Explorer Proxy Manager that automatically downloads a list of anonymous proxy servers, checks them for speed, and sets the fastest one as your proxy server. Using a proxy server enhances your online privacy by hiding your IP address and location from all the web sites you visit. Anonymous Surfing has a list of thousands of proxy servers. Using Anonymous Surfing makes finding, testing and setting your proxy easier.
Many web sites you visit try to collect as much data about you as they can (your IP address, city, ISP …) – this information is then exchanged between advertisers so that they can better target their promotional campaigns and literally track you on the Internet.
Anonymous Surfing enhances your online privacy by hiding your IP address and location from all the web sites you visit: your Internet Explorer will use one of thousands anonymous servers anywhere in the world instead of connecting to any web site directly.
Anonymous Surfing manages all aspects of your anonymous browsing: it will automatically download a list of anonymous proxy servers from the central Anonymous Server Database and then choose the fastest server for your connection. As you enjoy your new Net identity (or rather the lack of it), Anonymous Surfing will keep searching for new or faster servers in the background, continuously optimizing your connection speed for best surfing experience (you can override its choice at any time) Anonymous Surfing can also continuously rotate between random anonymous servers so that the same web site you visit will record you as a different visitor a few minutes later – and its never the real you!The Avant4u Anonymous Server Database is regularly updated and lists the most secure/fastest anonymous servers and the countries they are based in: you can choose to appear to any web site as a visitor from virtually anywhere.
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