Friday, November 24, 2017

What is a good and safe websites to get IP Address and ports for proxy servers?

September 23, 2011 by admin  
Filed under Discussions

Question by Electro: What is a good and safe websites to get IP Address and ports for proxy servers?

I want to change my ip address and go through a proxy server but i would like to know what is a good website to get lots of ip address and ports that are safe to use?

Best answer:

Answer by jamesmicoff
The ip address is not changed by you it is assigned by your ISP. Change it and you will disconnect yourself from the WEB

What do you think? Answer below!


4 Responses to “What is a good and safe websites to get IP Address and ports for proxy servers?”
  1. Colanth says:

    The port is the one you’re using for the service you’re seeking – if you change the port, you don’t get the service. (The server determines the port, not you or a proxy.)

    If you want to change your IP address, change your provider. (Although why you care what it is, unless you’re trying to evade a ban – which will just get you in deeper – is beyond me. One IP address is just as good as any other.)

  2. Web Guy says:


    Here are some brand new proxy sites list which are launch today & surely will solve your problem. They will hide your personal information & let you browse those pages you wanted. These are fast & absolutely free too. These sites are Brand new free Proxy sites for Myspace, FaceBook, Youtube, Bebo, Friendster & others.

    Here are also some very popular proxy sites:

  3. smartgptx says:

    Try the best proxy site
    Instant surfing the best proxy site

  4. Shawn says:

    Any of these firewalls and network security devices can detect a proxy as soon as you connect to it. All they have to do to determine if it is a proxy or a web site it to try and connect themselves. If they get a response the security software knows it’s a proxy and you’re blocked. The only question is whether the system is set to auto block or does it email the admin and let him do it manually, which can buy a few hours.

    The other problem is that you are breaking numerous laws by trying to hack a government (most schools are government run) security system.

    So let’s say you get a proxy to work for a bit. What do you get? A lot of these are hacker pots designed to either steal your information or plant bots on your computer that they can use. Even if it’s not a hacker pot it’s probably loaded with advertisements as that’s how the owner is making money. In either case the owner has no incentive to provide fast response or high bandwidth.

    At the end of the day you’re just wasting a lot of time that could be spent doing something more productive.

Speak Your Mind

Tell us what you're thinking...
and oh, if you want a pic to show with your comment, go get a gravatar!

Get Adobe Flash playerPlugin by wordpress themes