A web proxy or proxy server (also called web site anonymizers) are servers that can be remotely accessed via the Internet. They have their own IP address and they can be used to anonymously browse the internet. Your computer connects to the proxy server and the proxy server then connects to the other websites, thereby protecting your IP address and other private information.
You can access and interact with the web site normally as if you are directly browsing the website. A web proxy works by intercepting connections between sender and receiver. By blocking direct access between the client and the server, proxy servers make nearly impossible for hackers to get your IP address and other private details.
One of the main uses of web proxies is to bypass filters or firewall. Using a proxy is the fastest and most reliable technique to access sites that have been blocked by your workplace or school's filter. The easiest way to find a proxy is to head to http://www.
tech-faq.com/proxy-sites.shtml Select any of the proxy and check if you are able to access it. If you are able to access the proxy site, make sure you bookmark it in your browser.
John Cicero has written articles on topics such as Anonymous Surfing, Anonymous Proxy List and Anonymous Proxy for The Tech FAQ.