247 Proxies

Below are 247 of the web's most recently checked, fastest, live, anonymous elite proxies - absolutely free!

What are proxies used for?

Placing a proxy server in between your computer and the internet is all the rage these days.

With all of the computer surveillance going on recently, we don't blame you for being more than a little paranoid.

A proxy server changes your IP address to that of the proxy server, hiding your IP address from prying eyes.

Most web connected devices and softwares have the ability to channel your data through a proxy. Why not put some of the free proxies available on this website to good use?

Keep reading to learn how to use a proxy server in your browser.

How do I use these proxies in my web browser?

Adding a web proxy to an Internet Explorer web browser

  1. Click on the Gear icon in the top right hand portion of your browser window.
  2. Click on Internet options from the drop down menu.
  3. Click on the Connections tab.
  4. Click on the LAN settings button in the bottom right of the new window.
  5. Select the checkbox that reads Use a proxy server for your LAN.
  6. Enter a random proxy's IP address into the Address text box.
  7. Enter the proxy's corresponding port (the numbers after the colon) into the Port text box.
  8. Check out your new ip address by searching "ip" on Google.com
  9. Come back to this website when you want to change your proxy! (If your proxy goes down, is too slow, etc.)

Adding a web proxy to a FireFox web browser

  1. Click the Tools menu option at the top of your browser.
  2. Scroll down and click on Options.
  3. Click on the Advanced gear in the top right hand section of your options screen.
  4. Click the Network tab.
  5. Click the Settings button in the "Connections" area.
  6. Select Manual proxy configuration: from the list of options.
  7. Enter a random proxy's IP address into the HTTP Proxy text box.
  8. Enter the proxy's corresponding port (the numbers after the colon) into the Port text box.
  9. Make sure the Use this proxy server for all protocols checkbox is checked.
  10. Check out your new ip address by searching "ip" on Google.com
  11. Come back to this website when you want to change your proxy! (If your proxy goes down, is too slow, etc.)