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Hello,

I ususally browse internet using google chrome. OS is windows XP.

Can anybody tell me any free and safe proxy server?

Whenever I search for any online shop, my all other pages come with advertisements of those objects whichever I clicked over the time. It seems like so many ad companies are follwoing me. I want my browing anonymous. I think proxy server helps in this.

Please suggest me one. Thanks.

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I want my browing anonymous.

you may be "anonymous" from the perspective of the target system you are accessing, but you are not anonymous from the proxy infrastructure. So, you really need to consider that which ever system you decide to use, you do trust how that organization handles your anonymity, i.e. what do they do with the information they collect about your web traffic.

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Also, realize that this type of data is stored in cookies or on yourr login profile. A proxy will not help in those cases.

There you need local protection. I.e. ghostery, an ad blocker, better privacy for flash cookies, etc...

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Try using Tor, it is a special onion network technology, which keeps users anonymous. The traffic you generate is bounced by different nodes in the network before reaching the server that you are accessing, so it might take a bit longer for things to load but it gives you some privacy

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Hi! Free proxy software has many drawbacks. Namely, do not always hiding IP-address, there is no technical support, great response time, poor protection against network attacks. Better try packages proxies, which are available on http://buy.fineproxy.org/eng/ for a small fee. In this case, cheap proxy - a good proxy.

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Try using Tor, it is a special onion network technology, which keeps users anonymous. The traffic you generate is bounced by different nodes in the network before reaching the server that you are accessing, so it might take a bit longer for things to load but it gives you some privacy

Tor is great and good with anonymity, some ISPs block it though. You can also set up a private node network with some freinds to circumvent this
(the ISP looks for specific known Tor IPs if it's actively blocking)

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As Slavi said, Tor will give you some anonimity and it's really easy to setup and use.
I've been using it for a couple of weeks and it does the job.
Besides the lower load speed, there's only one more thing that bothers me about Tor: if your request reaches the destination(google for example) trough a node that was trying to "abuse" the destination(because other Tors users were trying to do so), it'll ask you for captcha after captcha, and some are quite hard! I mean, I may be blind, but for one site I tried 10min without success!
As far as I can tell, this captcha thing appears on any site that uses Google Ads.

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