10 Privacy Tools To Browse The Web Anonymously

Umar Anjum

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27 Responses

  1. pentag0 says:

  2. radiusdanu says:

    So amazing tool. I Appreciated 🙂 thanks for share.

  3. Antonio says:

    Does any of these services have a native client for Mac that can be installed and protect all the connections?

  4. AN Jay says:

    @Antonio, You can try Tor project from this list. Here is a direct link to download it for Mac OSX

  5. Cadoetik says:

    Tor is a bit difficult to setup but is quite efficient.
    Thanks for sharing

  6. Tony Red says:

    Hiding your IP does not make your surfing more private. There are still things like user tracking and browser fingerprinting.

    Change IP + change your browser privacy settings.

  7. terkin says:

    hidemyass has very cool and cheap VPN, i used it and i like it

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  9. A. Tatum Jr says:

    A lot of cool tools you list. I will give some a try. Here’s another for searches

  10. ibuycaps says:

    i buy caps from there

  11. Swamykant says:

    I have tried few of these. Let me try the other tools. Thanks for share 🙂

  12. James Parsons says:

    In China I use vpninja
    reliable and stable, not a bad price either, always worked for me.

  13. Great post. May be it will be helpful for the mac users.I want to down load the web proxy server.You can also down load free SOCKS proxy,Freegate Software,Tor Proxy Software, UltraSurf,GTunnel and so on from my blog.

  14. Aurelian says:

    hide from someone and have your passwords stored at the proxy websites! haha

  15. Pat says:

    Great test

  16. Thanks for sharing these cool collection of apps.

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