It seems some filtering software now also blocks web proxy list sites. So, this may give you some troubles in getting the latest web proxy. For example, a few users reported recently they cannot access the most active web proxy list, UnRestrictedSurf, which is hosted by us. This is not the end of … [Read More...] about How to get the latest web proxy if web proxy list sites are blocked?
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This is a invited guest post from FreeHostingAnswers, a dedicated blog for free hosting providers and users on how to run free hosting service, and how to find free hosting service. for more posts, you may check their blog. In the how to make money from your free hosting service post, I told you … [Read More...] about Top 5 Adsense rules for free web proxy webmasters
This is an invited guest post from Surf100.com. You may check their surf100 web proxy blog for more articles. In this short article, the author reviews the potential privacy problems of the Silk browser in Kindle Fire. When Amazon launched its long waited tablet (and finally disappointing) Kindle … [Read More...] about Will you worry about the privacy issue of Silk browser?
This is a guest contribution from TheProxyFree.com. You may check their Proxy Blog. In This article, the top 5 reasons of using web proxy were summarized. Of course, most our visitors are using our free anonymous web proxy service. Web proxy is quite simple. It acts as an agent between your … [Read More...] about Top 5 reasons of using web proxy
Glype proxy script is a free-to-use, web-based proxy script written in. It is open source, but it is NOT released as GPL or a similar license. Its license requires: either keeping the back link or getting a (paid) license. Glype script has become very popular after PHProxy project ceased. Glype … [Read More...] about Glype
For web proxy webmasters, the first thing is to choose a proper proxy script. In this articles, 5 of the most popular web proxy scripts are compared. This is your definite guide for you on choosing a web proxy script. I received some inquiries periodically on choosing a proxy script to start a … [Read More...] about Comparison of Web Proxy Scripts
This is part II of TheProxyGuide tutorials on PHProxy (PHP proxy) script. In this tutorial, we will show you how to insert advertisement code and how to customize the address form. PHProxy script (PHP proxy) is one of the best proxy scripts and is used by many sites, although the development has … [Read More...] about Tutorial 5: PHProxy Tips and Tricks–Insert Ad Code and Customization
This is part I of TheproxyGuide tutorials on PHProxy script. In this tutorial, it was shown how to download and edit the files to make a workable proxy in a few mins. PHProxy script is one of the best proxy scripts and is used by many sites, although the development has stopped. The demo site is … [Read More...] about Tutorial 4: How to Install PHProxy
Anonymous proxy servers, e.g., sgmum.net are most frequently used because these web servers do not share your IP address or any information about you or your computer. These anonymous proxy servers will protect you from different forms of malware such as viruses or spam. Proxy servers are … [Read More...] about Web Proxy: what and for what?
Glype proxy is currently one of the most popular proxy scripts written in php. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and configure your Glype proxy script. You may check the demo site at: http://GoYap.net/glype/ Here is the video. … [Read More...] about Tutorial 3: How to Install and Configure Glype Proxy
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PHProxy (PHP proxy script) was a very popular proxy script before the author,Abdullah Arif, discontinued the project and relinquish all rights (as well as responsibilities) on September 7, 2007. The script is very similar to CGIProxy script. Actually the author also mentioned that the project was … [Read More...] about PHProxy
Socks proxy is a type of tunneling using socks 4 or socks 5 protocols. … [Read More...] about socks proxy
Tunneling proxy may have various meanings; but most time, this refers to socks proxy. As the name suggests, socks proxy use sock 4 or 5 protocol, which performs at an intermediate layer between the presentation layer and the transport layer. Socks (tunneling) proxy can be used for any form of TCP … [Read More...] about tunneling
Open proxy may have different interpretations, e.g., some geeks deem web-based proxy as open proxy; others may confuse open proxy with unauthentic proxies. Open proxy usually is similar to web-based proxy (e.g., using http protocol), but there are some differences. Web-based proxy retrieves … [Read More...] about open proxy
Surrogafier is another proxy script similar to PHProxy. The script only include one php file. The script is not very popular among web proxy webmasters. The initial release (0.7.4.1.b) date was January 9, 2006, and there has been no update since May 6, 2006 (Version 1.0-rc3), according to the … [Read More...] about Surrogafier
Zelune is another proxy script written in PHP. Its history is quite long; but it has not widely used, partially due to its unclear license terms. It is free, but the license terms was never clearly stated in the download page or with in the script. Also, there are two confusing variations: … [Read More...] about Zelune
CGIProxy is a free (for non-commercial use only) proxy script written in Perl. The copyright of the script is apparently owned by James Marshall. The script was initially (1.0) release on August 3, 1998. Here is the detailed comparison of PHProxy, CGIProxy and Glype. … [Read More...] about CGIProxy
Web proxy also is named as web-based proxy. … [Read More...] about web proxy
Web-based proxy, some times called web proxy, usually refers to a type of proxy service through web servers. A client connects to the service provider's website (proxy server), then type the web address he/she wants to browse. The proxy server fetches the contents, and passes them to the … [Read More...] about web-based proxy
In WWW world, proxy usually refers to the intermediary that retrieves information from other sources (e.g., websites) for the client. This is sensible when: the client cannot directly connect to the resources, e.g., some ISPs' firewall blocks these resources erratically or deliberately; the … [Read More...] about proxy