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Proxy / P2P Network / Reverse Proxy

Privacy is hard to come by on the web these days. The government is keeping track of so much of the web under the U.S. Patriot Act and the programs of other governments that allow them to see what websites you are visiting, who you are sending emails to and what you are saying to them and any other information that passes through servers worldwide. Even though some browsers have the ability to delete the trail that computers leave behind when browsing, that doesn’t protect you from privacy completely because those website requests all still have to go through your local internet service provider (ISP). That’s why the P2P Proxy Network exists, to give you the privacy that you need and deserve, but aren’t currently getting.

Protecting Your Data from Prying Eyes

If you are web savvy, you probably know a few things about how data travels around the internet, but you might not know the whole story. Understanding how data moves from one computer to another across the World Wide Web will help you protect yourself better in the future. That starts with understanding why a reverse proxy service like this one is so amazing and how it provides you with the maximum amount of security.

A proxy server is one that accesses the internet on your behalf, without your own IP address ever becoming involved in the transfer process. With the way that accessing the internet usually works, your IP address is logged on just about every site that you visit and when you download or upload information. In essence, any of the websites that you accessed will know that you have been there, which pages you looked at, and for how long.

How to Protect Your Internet Privacy

Of course, this data is buried under millions of other users and it is usually not a problem because it would take a great deal of work to dig it all out of there, and all for nothing, if you weren’t doing anything on the web you wouldn’t want anyone to see.

But here’s the thing: just because the chances are infinitesimally small that someone will actually recover your logs and just because that you are doing nothing wrong; it still invades your privacy. It doesn’t matter where you go on the internet; you deserve the right to be able to surf without anyone seeing where you are going. That’s where a proxy server like P2P Proxies Network comes in.

Whether you want to hide your online activities as a commercial entity or for personal reasons, the reverse proxy process is the best way to go about it. The servers that we make available are all state-of-the-art technology that is appropriate for business or home use.

A proxy server is sort of like a mask for your computer. No one knows that it is you surfing any of the sites that you are visiting, because all they can see is the proxy server. But that’s only how a normal proxy server works. P2P Proxies’ reverse proxy service takes it a step further. The proxy server that you are using sends the information to another proxy server, chosen completely at random, to complete the request. This means that you truly surf the internet completely anonymously.

It means that every time you send a request for information, it will come from a completely new, randomly chosen IP address, out of our pool of anywhere from 1000 to 2000 that are active at any given time. In total, we have nearly 1,000,000 proxy servers and are always changing things up.

If you were to use an analogy that was appropriate for what this service does, a quote from the popular novel Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban does it justice; trying to catch hold of your data trail when you use our service is like “trying to catch smoke with your bare hands.”


Features of the P2P Proxy Network

There are a lot of great features of the P2P Proxy Network. The most vital is the one that we have been discussing, getting access to the servers that we have available so that you are always anonymous. You send data to one of our proxy servers and it exits out the other side via a completely different proxy server with a completely different IP address. That means that you always have a new IP address. Keep in mind, we have anywhere from 20,000 to 50,000 active proxy servers running at any given time, and we have a pool of 1,000,000 proxy servers that we can use when needed. That’s why this PSP Proxy Network is the number one anonymizer on the web. Here are some of the other features.

Benefits of Using a Reverse Proxy Service

A reverse proxy service is an added layer of security for you when you browse the web. It is an untraceable way for you to browse any part of the internet you choose and it is incredibly advantageous when compared to traditional proxy forwarding.

In a traditional proxy server setting, the path of data would look like this:
YOUR COMPUTER communicates with the PROXY SERVER which then communicates with the WEBSITE you are trying to visit. YOUR COMPUTER and the WEBSITE never actually meet without the use of your “middle-man” the PROXY SERVER. The downside here is that you can still trace the trail of data back to your original computer if you really wanted to.

With reverse proxy the communication goes like this instead.
YOUR COMPUTER communicate with the PROXY SERVER which then communicates with an anonymous, always changing SECOND PROXY SERVER which then communicates with the website you are trying to access. YOUR COMPUTER and the PROXY SERVER are in communication, and the PROXY SERVER and the SECOND PROXY SERVER are in communication, but the second proxy doesn’t have any idea what is on the other side of that original proxy server. That means that you are completely untraceable.

There are many benefits that come with surfing the web anonymously, but the biggest one is the fact that you are able to take back your right to privacy. You probably won’t have a huge need for privacy when you’re doing regular web surfing, watching Netflix or checking your email, but with one of the lowest pricing structures out there, you could easily use P2P Proxy to browse the internet full-time.


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