just lookup tor (the open relay) as it will give you a random ip address or if you want to you can even tell it to use a proxy in a particular country
and cycle through the countries to make the chance of getting the same connection twice in a row to zero but doing more than just web browsing will
require some skills to configure the software to use the tor proxies
Stopping short of a full proxy, Ixquick.com (same company that runs startpage.com search engine already mentioned - I highly recommend pretty
much all of their engines) also lets you open search results in their proxy.
They don't retain IPs, don't advertise to you, and provide proxy services. God bless 'em.
if you do use a specific proxy service check where in the world they are based as they will have to obey the laws of the country so theres no point
trying to out wit the american goverment by using an american based proxy service as they'll just pull the logs and all you have done is caused them
a bit more work which will make them more annoyed
and even using a proxy wont help you if they can get to both sides of the communication as they can start to put 2 and 2 together especially based on
your usage which the isp will be able to see even if not whats actually being transmitted especially if they can link logon/logoff usage on the
naughty site to your actual usage etc
we all leave digital fingerprints as we surf the web its just making it harder for someone to put the pieces back together so a custom linux boot disk
with the enough software that just uses the memory will remove any lasting traces from your machine for stuff you dont want tracked but can be a pain
remembering passwords etc
you could use "Tor" it uses "pipes" , they redirect you around so ppl can't see your proxy they see the pipe proxy that you using , granted they
can see your using tor , but not your proxy (some ISP's will not let tor through, they block it) hope this helps
Well the fact that you have to ask for a proxy program tells me you are not really doing anything that needs a proxy. So you are probably doing it to
avoid being "tracked". Since you are not doing anything that really requires a proxy you are not really doing anything proxy you are not going to be
doing anything that requires tracking.
So the only thing a proxy will actually do for you is slow down your connection.
Read the terms and conditions of these free proxies, they are in no way safe or hiding anything from anyone.
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