Top Ten Free Proxy Websites For Anonymous Surfing

Ten Free Proxy Websites For Anonymous Surfing -
Proxy sites are very handy when it comes to enabling you to surf all those websites that are blocked in your area/country due to whatsoever reasons without changing your place or Internet connection. There are a lot of Proxy Websites out there on the internet but We have compiled list of top 10 good proxies.
Sometimes, due to cyber rules, nation security or for for other many reasons some websites are made blocked for certain area, country or region. Blocking a website for certain area can have a lot of reasons.
But it is really very frustrating if you favorite gaming, social networking or software downloading websites are blocked at your area. Like, my college’s WiFi don’t let me visit Facebook, Mediafire and many other Torrent & File Sharing websites.

The best way to still visit those sites is from Proxy server. These Proxy sites are very handy which enables you to surf those websites without changing your place or Internet connection. There are a lot of Proxy Websites are available on the internet which provides you this service to visit any website anonymously without any hassle.
But generally, most of these websites are Malicious, Having Suspicious Programs on their servers which can steal your personal information while browsing internet from them. Other secure Proxy servers charges you for providing their services.
There are hundreds of free web proxies out there that provide anonymous surfing. Of these, most will even unblock MySpace, Gmail, FaceBook or any other no-no when surfing from school or work. Some have taken this a step further and allow for signing into your MSN, AIM or Yahoo! messaging accounts – conveniently through an anonymized (and secure) SSL version of Others allow for sending anonymous emails and newsgroup postings, even YouTube viewing. But is there really a “best” web proxy? We’re not sure about that; there’s pro’s and con’s to each one. Either way, here’s our picks for the Top Ten best free web proxies on the Internet, and why.

  • Cheap (and often free)
  • Will hide your IP from basic checks, and is therefore ok for accessing some geo-restricted websites and for account creation
  • Only useful for accessing websites*
  • Clever use of Flash or JavaScript allows many websites to detect your true IP
  • HTTP traffic is not encrypted, so government surveillance systems and your ISP can see what you are doing. If connected through HTTPS (SSL) then traffic cannot be monitored, but the IP of the HTTPS website can be logged. SSL encryption is roughly equivalent to 128-bit key length.
  • Each web browser must be configured individually to use the proxy server. However, the good news is that this is well supported by all browsers

1. — VTunnel is more than just a web proxy; much more. Since secure SSL encryption (https://) is exceptionally harder to block than conventional http browsing, they’ve incorporated it as an option. Their SSL proxy can even be used to log into your MSN, AIM, Yahoo!, ICQ, GTalk, MySpace, FaceBook and eBuddy accounts, all within the browser. VTunnel even unblocks, without any noticeable lag in video streaming playback.
As with most free web proxies, VTunnel incorporates advertisements into the service (including pop-unders), although they are easily blocked by using the AdBlock Plus addon for Firefox.

Why VTunnel is #1 — Browsing is very speedy; you’ll hardly even notice you’re surfing anonymously, even on their SSL version. The anonymous web messaging is a huge plus, as well. Below is a look at MSN through VTunnel (in silent mode).

2. — HideMyAss! offers quite a selection of anonymizing features, including disposable anonymous email accounts (for receiving only); free proxy lists (for importing into browsers as manual proxies); file and image hosting (up to 400 MB filesize); link anonymizer; anonymous Google searching; and, of course, an anonymous web proxy that supports YouTube,, (yes… anonymous 18+ browsing), and social sites (Myspace – do people still really use this?;;, etc.).

Why HideMyAss is #2 — Comes with a complete repertoire of options! If we were to choose a “best” feature, it would be the ability to filter working proxies from selected countries in the free proxy list. This is great for using (even temporarily) to sign up for services that aren’t available in your region (such as for U.S./Canadians).

3. — While isn’t in itself a web proxy, it contains the most complete and up-to-date listings of proxies found anywhere on the ‘Net. Proxies can be sorted by country, IP, ISP, software (PHProxy, CGI, Glyph, Surrogafier, cURL, etc.), SSL proxies, even [Tor](/2007/12/14/internet-tunneling-traffic-routing/#tor “Internet Tunneling & Traffic Routing – TOR”) servers.

Why is #3 — If you’re a fan of huge proxy lists, currently has 6,742 working proxies indexed. The best part is, users can enter in a URL of an intended site, and then click one of the proxies in which to surf anonymously with – this is great for anyone who needs to use a specific country proxy.

4. – Anonymouse has been around for over 10 years, and has become one of the most trusted sources for anonymous browsing. What sets Anonymouse apart from the rest is the ability to send anonymous emails and Usenet message posting – both of which when sent are randomly delayed up to 12 hours to maximize privacy.

Why Anonymouse is #4 — They’ve recently launched a Toolbar which supports both Explorer & Firefox. No longer do you need to visit the Anonymouse website to enjoy their services – just type in the URL of a site you wish to visit in the toolbar URL field, and that’s it! Also, Anonymouse doesn’t hijack or change the webpages it’s displaying; instead, there’s just a tiny closable advert. Here’s a look at the Toolbar in Firefox:

5. — XROXY allows users to browse through proxy criteria by using dropdown boxes, in order to filter between SSL, free & paid, cookie/scripts management – from their list of 525 proxies (509 of which are free). Additionally, “elite” users can subscribe to hand-picked proxy lists. Registered members (it’s free) are able to join in the Xorum (XROXY Forum) and browse the daily-updated lists of free, working proxies.

NOTE: If you want to view sites such as, you’ll first need to register at XROXY. Video playback at YouTube was almost perfect, with just a tiny bit of lag from time to time – as tested during peak Internet hours using XROXY’s own SSL proxy.

6. — has some very impressive features for anonymous browsing; including SSL surfing, removing ads, cookies, scripts (including java, of course), hiding referrer info, and even the ability to view sites as text-only.

We’re not fond of the ads that are embedded into the proxied webpages; however, it’s a small price to pay for Proxify’s blazing speed and functionality.

7. — EvadeFilters is a brand-new startup that’s really taking off as of late. With a cool easy-to-use Web2.0 interface, browsing your favorite video or social bookmarking site is a breeze! Similar to VTunnel, it also supports messaging services (MSN, AIM, Yahoo, GTalk) in the browser.

In our tests, YouTube streaming is perfect, not to mention catch-free. You won’t need to sign up – just click and go! Look for to really take off.

8. — UnBlockAll is a regular CGI proxy, but it’s mainly marketed towards the unblocking of social bookmarking sites. Simply drag n’ drop a social bookmarking icon into the URL window, and click GO! – then just login to your account as usual.

Similar to VTunnel, it also supports messaging services (MSN, AIM, Yahoo, GTalk) in the browser. One drawback to UnBlockAll is it doesn’t support SSL (yet?), so many users are still being blocked by aggressive work restrictions.

9. — the Cloak comes with a good array of features, although they really push towards the paid (subscribed) service. YouTube video streaming worked perfectly the first time; however, when leaving YouTube and trying to go back to it, we were blocked for 6 hours from accessing ANY sites through The Cloak. While fast, and free – it’s not for heavy proxy users.

10. — ProxyBoxOnline doesn’t offer any frills, but if you’re looking to unblock YouTube (with perfect playback), MySpace, Facebook and whatever else, then here’s a simple solution. It makes the list because it’s totally free, and offers SSL as an option.

Recommended article: How To Setup Free VPN Service On Kali Linux For Anonymity

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7 thoughts on “Top Ten Free Proxy Websites For Anonymous Surfing

  1. Very very unreliable, trying out the world of VPN after reading many good reviews.

    Terrible stability, very high price for what you get.

    NORDvpn was recommended by number of review sites, they were all VERY WRONG.

    The one good point I suppose, is that NORD do not track usage, which you would think is one of the main reasons for using a VPN.

    The world of VPN will have to improve a lot!
    Ashley Jones

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