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    Proxy to stay anonymous with Java/Javascript/plug-ins/flash...


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    Install Firewall on your machine and restrict all the connections to the Internet (except for the anonymous proxy server) from a browser. It's also recommended to use port mapping for this free anonymous proxy server and define the browser's proxy as 127.0.0.1 with the local port from port mapping.

    2-method

    Use socksification in your browser. This will enable relaying all the information your browser or any other software sends and transfers to the proxy server.

    3║- THE Best Method

    You need to set up LAN, local IP addresses (192.168.1.x or alike). A corporate proxy server should forwards ALL requests to a free anonymous proxy server (you need to have skills and rights of a system administrator in order to do that). It's impossible to connect to the Internet bypassing a corporate proxy, as long as external IP address is not assigned to local machines. It's also impossible to scan local machine's settings: even if Java/ActiveX applets detects and gives out your local IP address (192.168.1.x) to the web server, your anonymity will remain unbroken. So, basically, you can rate this option as 100% anonymity.


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    socksification

    That's close enough, I suppose, although it should be noted that if you permit the ActiveX or Java socket connections, it can trace a route back to the host and so get your location anyway.

    By the way, this has absolutely nothing to do with Javascript.
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    What if you want to set up a proxy?

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    those work in italian webs?

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