On #1 Anonymous Proxy Verifier software what do the anonymity scores mean?
Question by misternegroman: On #1 Anonymous Proxy Verifier software what do the anonymity scores mean?
Higher numbers mean more anonymity? Negative numbers mean proxy is transparent?
Answer by dann_y2k
If you have “Environment URL verification” enabled (it’s enabled by default), then each HTTP proxy that works will get an individual score under the column “Anonymity” in the main window. If a proxy has a rating of “0″ or less then you shouldn’t use it since it’s likely that it will spill your real IP address. If you are very concerned about your anonymity then only use a proxy that scores at “50″ or more. If a proxy has a rating of “50″ or more then it means that it will not show your real IP address and can be trusted at keeping you anonymous.
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