Anonymous browsing| Safe Browsing [Part 1]
Well now a days the title Anonymous browsing is even much familiar to school or college students, since there are lots of online Proxy websites are available , so that if you need to check out a site or two anonymously or you can go through a proxy site that hides your home computer (ip address) info in a different way.
Mainly you could have anonymous browsing in two ways:
- Anonymous browsing using Tor.
The Tor network uses multiple encrypted pathways to ferry your data back and forth without revealing your IP address or other information. To use it, you need to download the Tor Browser Bundle for Mac, Windows, or Linux. Different setups require different procedures, but you should end up with an anonymous, portable browser. Just pop it on a flash drive and use it anywhere.
- Anonymous browsing using proxies.
Maybe you can’t use the flash drive everywhere, or maybe you need to check out a site or two anonymously when Tor isn’t an option. In that case, you can go through a proxy site that hides your home computer info in a different way. These sites are often migratory or subject to sudden downtime, so it’s best to go with an updated list like the one provided here by Tech-FAQ. Click any link, then enter the URL you want to visit.