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Will going through an anonymous proxy make the connection untraceable back to me?

August 21, 2011 by admin  
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Question by luckyman: Will going through an anonymous proxy make the connection untraceable back to me?

Would someone be able to trace back to the exact ISP and the specific computer that the connection originated from? Or is it that the only way they can get your information is if the anonymous proxy owner releases the information?
To answer one question, there isn’t anything I want to hide in particular. I was just curious. If one were to go through multiple anonymous proxies, would someone be able to trace the connection only by contacting the proxies involved and requesting their logs, or is it possible someone be able to trace the connection independently without those logs.

Best answer:

Answer by Nicasald S
If you use 20 proxy servers and then go the no it will be almost impossible to track back.
Homeland security can’t even do that =)

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3 Responses to “Will going through an anonymous proxy make the connection untraceable back to me?”
  1. ECL1PS3 says:

    Most proxies do keep logs so yes. The best way is to incorporate proxies with SSL. I reccommend using Tor though, it is a program available for download. But still go through a proxy while using it.

  2. gary b says:

    Nothing is untraceable, it’s just a matter of the resources available & the time involved to make it happen. Watcha trying to hide?
    .

  3. Shawn says:

    Learn about the dangers of proxies here…

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