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Q&A: Can a Proxy Server hide my browsing from my network administrator and ISP?

September 24, 2011 by admin  
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Question by -Marlith-: Can a Proxy Server hide my browsing from my network administrator and ISP?

This has been on my mind, can proxy services bypass only filtering programs, or can they also hide your requests from your network admins and ISPs?

Best answer:

Answer by Advotech, LLC
An encrypted proxy can hide your activity from end-to-end. Tor project is a good free one.

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Comments

4 Responses to “Q&A: Can a Proxy Server hide my browsing from my network administrator and ISP?”
  1. tknight_69 says:

    If they’re second rate IT pros, then yes.

  2. bon jovi says:

    You need to use some good proxy server to do this. Here is some good proxy.

  3. Elpi says:

    A Personal VPN like http://www.personalvpn.org will hide you from your ISP, web sites you visit and anyone else on your local network.

  4. Robert says:

    Yes – provided that you are using private proxies and not those free proxies. In short, use the best proxy services.

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