Proxy Server List - provided below is a list of open proxy servers that were most recently checked by our system. Our system is constantly scanning the Internet and checking all of the proxy servers found on the Internet. Throughout the day, we scan over a million proxies and the number of proxies scanned is expected to go even higher as our software improves. All of these proxies are available publicly to be used to hide your IP address or bypass censorships imposed by your country or organization.
Proxy Anonymity Level - this column specifies the degree of anonimity a certain proxy offers. Our system groups proxies into three simple categories:
- Transparent Proxies (Level 3) - also known as caching proxies, make no attempt at concealing your identity. The sole purpose of transparent proxies is to cache the data that is exchanged between the servers. The web server knows your real IP addresss and it knows that you're using a proxy.
(Level 2) - hides your real IP address but the server may know that you're connecting over a proxy because the proxy sends additional headers such as HTTP_VIA or HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR. In some cases, these headers may contain your real IP address and if that's the case, then that proxy gets marked as transparent. If one of those proxy headers contain any other IP address that's not yours, then the proxy will still be considered to be anonymous.
- Elite Proxies (Level 1) - also known as high-anonymity proxies, such proxies provide absolute anonymity. The server doesn't know your real IP address and it doesn't know that you're using a proxy.
Please keep in mind that none of the proxy servers listed on this page are actually hosted by us.