22 December 2006 | 22,202 views

projectBypass

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Today while browsing I suddenly came across projectBypass, which is a very useful website which acts as a proxy, and assures us 100% anonymity:

Make ProjectByPass your homepage for 100% secure web surfing! Keep your online activity free from potential attackers.

…of course I have my doubts about this because…

ProjectByPass.com is a FREE Web Based CGI Proxy that allows users to have complete anonymity while browsing the internet. The ProjectByPass CGI Proxy can also be used to bypass school or business filters to play games or visit otherwise blocked websites. Remember, everything that is done with the CGI Proxy is logged to prevent from malicious activity. ProjectByPass.com did not publish any of the information seen within the CGI Proxy, we’re simply a portal to help get you there.

100% anonymity?…I posted it separately from the topic Browse Anonymously at Work or School – Bypass Firewall & Proxy because it has some useful extra options like: remove (cookies, scripts, ads) and hide referrer information.

It’s worth trying it out ;)

www.projectBypass.com



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9 Responses to “projectBypass”

  1. Daniel 22 December 2006 at 8:02 pm Permalink

    I’m suprised you’ve never heard of the CGIProxy script before! It’s free and open source.

    Another group working on this is Peacefire, and they constantly offer new domain names via a mailing list, so no firewall ever has them all blocked.

  2. Kris 24 December 2006 at 11:50 am Permalink

    I never trust when a website says “100% anonymity”, hell i barely even trust Tor for that.
    But when websites claim this, theres always a catch.
    They probably couldn’t run if they did provide 100% anonymity (especially in USA) because of laws pertaining to logging activity.

    I say use Tor and go to anonymizing websites! 178% anonymous now! HUZZAH!

  3. Kris 26 December 2006 at 10:12 pm Permalink

    Peacefire are awesome, i recommend everyone have a look in at that site!
    Combine something like their proxy lists with Tor and you are pretty much invisible online, just as long as aren’t be tracked on your computer that is! heh.

  4. Sonya 10 January 2007 at 6:55 pm Permalink

    omg!! i try ever fucken thing to get on myspace.. and i cant get on it.. is there any thing new i can use i try the website you guys have heere but it does not work at all :( AND it makes so damn mad .. so can some one tell i new website?!?!?
    get bback at me plzz. =]

  5. backbone 12 January 2007 at 8:22 am Permalink

    there is a way but it will seem very strange for you… at least I think so… use a proxy before going to this website… :)

  6. mike 21 January 2007 at 2:36 pm Permalink

    the anonimity is to the site you are visiting, while being anonymous to a server sounds good the price when you start using cgiproxy is that all the data sent is recorded by the proxy server. so yes you may not be at a know IP by something like myspace (and thats cool) you will be sharing your account password with the person who runs the cgiproxy site.

    Now question if this is a smart way to use a myspace proxy?

  7. nickless 27 January 2007 at 1:33 am Permalink

    Wouldn’t have posted, but you seemed excited by this so another example of a similar proxy is
    TCPTunnel – http://www.tcp-tunnel.com/ [also has a link to allow you to do more than just surf – play games etc.]

    As far as anonymity goes, there are two risks
    1) The website owner – do they keep logs? What do they do with these logs ?

    2) Leak of information from the browser. Java applets, and Flash for example, can leak your IP.

    Both are genuine risks. I wouldnt use a web proxy for privacy…I’d use a proxifier type program along with a tunnelling program like the one linked from TCP-Tunnel.

  8. treazure 27 March 2007 at 3:16 pm Permalink

    i really like this website