Gratis Proxy Liste

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About free web proxies

Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, and other web browsers support Internet access via web proxies. When you’re using a web proxy, the sites you access see the proxy’s IP address as your personal IP address, making it more difficult (but not impossible) to recognize your identity and geographical location. For your convenience, we have prepared a list of free web proxy servers. However, we cannot guarantee the safety or effectiveness of free web proxies in protecting your identity and security online.

For maximum security online, consider using NordVPN service that offers double data encryption, DNS leak protection, Kill Switch technology and other exclusive features so you can enjoy the best possible experience on the web. In fact, when you connect to any of the NordVPN apps, it automatically selects the encryption settings most suitable for your security circumstances and speed. So you can enjoy a fast and secure access to YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter with no interruptions or data leakage.

NordVPN vs. free proxies

Although free proxy servers allows you to access censored content by replacing your IP address, it doesn’t encrypt your online traffic, like VPN does. Therefore, by using such services as NordVPN, you can prevent hackers and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) from tracking you activity online. With NordVPN, your private data will be protected with the cutting-edge encryption technologies. On top of that, you can enjoy global connectivity with secure access to social media platforms, video channels, VoIP services, and more.

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VPN gives you the best protection online

A VPN is essentially a private tunnel through the Internet. If the English Channel were the Internet, then the Chunnel would be a VPN. If it were your VPN, you would be the only one allowed inside. Anyone else using a VPN would get their own Chunnel from England to France (i.e., from their device to whatever site or stream they want to access).

The data traveling along a VPN tunnel doesn’t have to be encrypted, though it almost always is. How? By inserting each chunk (packet) of data inside a little mobile fortress, kind of like an armored car. Each car travels up and down the tunnel, ideally staying locked up tight until it reaches its destination (either your computer or the computer you’re connecting to). But if the armored car has any weaknesses, chances are that someone will try to break in. If they manage to break in, then you probably won’t even know they’ve been there, pawing through your stuff and stealing your private data.

To keep your online activity private and secure, NordVPN protects all your traffic with unbreakable military-grade encryption. The encryption protects packets until your traffic makes it to the destination. That way, even if someone else sneaks into your personal Chunnel, then all they would see is a bunch of impregnable armored cars driving by. There’s no indication of where those armored cars came from, where they’re going, or what they contain. And there’s no way to break in, even if hackers had billions of years to try. It’s really the best way to protect yourself online.

In contrast, a web proxy is just that: a proxy that acts on your behalf on the web. You give the proxy instructions, and the proxy carries them out. To the site or stream on the other end of a web proxy connection, it looks like the proxy is the one asking for files, videos, and so on.

However, you must send instructions to the proxy. If that proxy is a simple web gateway, these instructions aren’t encrypted, so anyone can eavesdrop. Even if your instructions are encrypted, the proxy has to decrypt them to send them on. That’s like sending an armored car whose contents must be unloaded and reloaded into another armored car before continuing on their way. That means you have to trust your proxy not to snoop and to track your personal details when sending traffic to the final destination.

The process takes time. For streaming and other bandwidth sensitive uses, this slowdown may make the service unusable – or at least extremely unpleasant. So before using a simple web proxy, keep in mind that speed could be an issue. Also be aware that your privacy is not as protected as it would be with NordVPN’s high-speed, double-encrypted VPN.

Free proxy search

Select a country and click Update Proxies to display a list of free web proxy servers near you. You can also choose a port, speed, and other options to filter your search results.

Free Proxy Search Options

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TIP: enter desired ports in the box above. If you need more than one port, separate them by a comma (8080, 443, 80, etc).


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Setup Help:

If you’re having trouble getting a free proxy to work on your machine, your browser may not be set up correctly. Here’s how to set up proxies on popular browsers:

Chrome: Options -> Network -> Change Proxy Settings -> LAN Settings -> Use a Proxy Server -> Advanced ->HTTP

Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Advanced -> Settings-> Manual Proxy Configuration

Opera: Tools -> Preferences -> Advanced -> Network

Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet Options -> Connections -> LAN Settings -> Use a Proxy Server -> Advanced -> HTTP

Safari: Preferences -> Advanced -> Change Settings -> Web Proxy(HTTP)