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IP address Port Protocol Country City Anonymity Uptime Avg. connect time Last update Result
41.207.255.138 53281 HTTPS Ghana Transparent 56% (5/4) 1135 ms 1s ago Fail
46.73.33.253 8080 HTTPS Russian Federation Belgorod Transparent 11% (1/8) 3063 ms 2s ago Fail
46.101.78.9 8080 HTTP United Kingdom London Transparent 38% (3/5) 1360 ms 3s ago Ok
195.218.144.150 8080 HTTPS Russian Federation Transparent 11% (1/8) 3061 ms 6s ago Fail
139.59.125.112 80 HTTP Singapore Singapore Elite 67% (8/4) 196 ms 10s ago Fail
87.103.234.116 3128 HTTPS Russian Federation Chita Elite 11% (1/8) 131 ms 11s ago Fail
200.192.214.138 8080 HTTP Brazil Canoinhas Transparent 42% (5/7) 1059 ms 11s ago Fail
188.166.144.126 8118 HTTPS United Kingdom London Elite 11% (1/8) 1022 ms 13s ago Ok
41.58.152.181 8080 HTTP Nigeria Lagos Transparent 10% (1/9) 3187 ms 15s ago Ok
109.173.9.44 8080 HTTPS Russian Federation Moscow Transparent 44% (4/5) 297 ms 16s ago Fail
45.4.34.14 3128 HTTPS Brazil Cravinhos Transparent 38% (3/5) 579 ms 18s ago Fail
203.202.251.42 8080 HTTPS Bangladesh Dhaka Transparent 25% (2/6) 1874 ms 18s ago Ok
62.33.80.249 3129 HTTPS Russian Federation Chita Elite 22% (2/7) 3565 ms 22s ago Fail
213.125.217.10 53281 HTTPS Netherlands Den Bosch Elite 20% (2/8) 1526 ms 23s ago Fail
177.107.195.182 3128 HTTPS Brazil Transparent 13% (1/7) 964 ms 26s ago Fail
62.32.75.94 8080 HTTPS Russian Federation Transparent 44% (4/5) 788 ms 26s ago Ok
187.4.206.10 3128 HTTPS Brazil Imbituba Transparent 38% (3/5) 680 ms 28s ago Ok
213.108.18.72 53281 HTTP Russian Federation Moscow Elite 44% (4/5) 1796 ms 30s ago Fail
79.120.177.106 8080 HTTPS Hungary Budapest Transparent 11% (1/8) 1029 ms 33s ago Fail
191.222.54.221 8080 HTTPS Brazil Transparent 25% (2/6) 795 ms 37s ago Ok
103.74.237.98 8080 HTTPS India Transparent 25% (2/6) 636 ms 38s ago Fail
46.101.55.122 8118 HTTPS United Kingdom London Elite 22% (2/7) 25 ms 40s ago Ok
87.249.214.17 8080 HTTP Russian Federation Chelyabinsk Transparent 44% (4/5) 826 ms 40s ago Ok
175.139.252.193 80 HTTPS Malaysia Petaling Jaya Anonymous 67% (6/3) 375 ms 41s ago Ok
46.101.72.238 8118 HTTPS United Kingdom London Elite 13% (1/7) 25 ms 42s ago Ok

What is a proxy

A proxy server is a remote server that, when connected to your computer, becomes an intermediary for the subscriber's access to the Internet. The proxy broadcasts all requests of the subscriber's programs to the network, and, having received a response, sends it back to the subscriber.

We will not dwell on the principles of work and tell in detail what a proxy is. In most cases this is not particularly important, it is much more important to know what proxy servers exist and how they differ from each other.

Why do I need a proxy

Today, a proxy server is mainly used to hide or change its IP address. The reasons for this can be a lot, let's look at the most common ones. You will need to use a proxy in cases where you want to hide your IP address. Login to the site access to which is blocked for one reason or another for your IP. In cases where you need to send an email anonymously. There are many more cases when you need to change the proxy.

Proxy Types

HTTP proxy

As the name suggests, this type of proxy supports only one protocol, HTTP protocol and is suitable for downloading files and browsing the Internet. Considering from the point of view of anonymity, depending on the content of the HTTP headers being sent, the proxy servers of this type are divided into:     

 

HTTS proxy

This type of proxy supports data exchange by the CONNECT method, and can work with remote servers using secure SSL (Secure Socket Layer) protocol. While using SSL connections, the transmitted HTTP headers are located inside the encrypted user packages, therefore, by working through the HTTPS proxy, your connection will be completely anonymous.

But, you need to know that if you work through a transparent HTTP proxy server that supports CONNECT over the HTTP protocol, the connection will be transparent, i.e. the remote server will be able to establish your real IP address, and if you are working through it via a secure HTTPS protocol, the connection will be anonymous.

SOCKS proxy

Practical all network applications can work through SOCKS-proxy. For example, you can use SOCKS-proxy to work with ICQ or mail client. The big plus of SOCKS proxy is that you can use several SOCKS proxies in the chain at the same time, increasing the degree of your anonymity. SOCKS proxies are anonymous, by definition, because they are not tied to high-level protocols and do not update request headers. SOCKS proxies support different versions of SOCKS 4, SOCKS 4a and SOCKS 5.