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Why Build a Free Proxy Server Listing Service?


The goal of ultraProxies.com is to display working public proxies (so you don't waste a lot of time configuring your system with useless, but still listed proxy IP addresses).

In pursuit of that goal we have tested the HTTP(S) IP addresses displayed and found they have a proxy server at the IP:Port combination and the server is responding to requests at the time of the tests and that date is listed beside all displayed proxies. (That way we can copy the IP and port to our configuration and actually expect it to work instead of the usual expectation of it failing and how many more do we need to copy and paste before finding a working server?).

All of the content on this site is presented as is without making any claims, expressed or implied, to ownership of the IP addresses and certainly no warranty of usability, quality, speed, or any other claim to the content for any purpose whatsoever. Also because we don't own the IP addresses listed we must also warn you that you use the IP addresses at your own risk.

If we have an IP listed that belongs to you and that you do not want listed on this site simply click the Contact link and let me know about it. Any valid request to remove content will be honored and processed in a timely manner.

Why use a Proxy Server?


Contrary to what you may have heard, or read, surfing the Internet anonymously is not illegal, nor is it morally wrong. Using a proxy server protects you from prying eyes and gives voice to whistle blowers, and those living in authoritarian countries, as well as protects people that just desire privacy when using the Internet.

Article 12 of The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights states, "No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks."

Privacy is your right. Don't let anything, or anyone, try to convince you your online privacy is any less important than privacy is in any other aspect of your life.

What exactly is a Proxy Server?


A proxy server is a an application (computer program) that services requests from its clients by forwarding client requests to another proxy, or web server. A client establishes a connection to a proxy server then requests a service, or resource like a web page, file, or possibly even another proxy server connection. The proxy server then processes the request on behalf of the client as if the request were coming directly from the client's computer and then returns any responses back to the client. However, a proxy server might optionally alter the client's request, or server response. In some cases it might even cache the server response and when receiving a similar request return that cached response without even contacting the specified server, speeding up the client's request considerably.


NOTE: You can install a proxy server on your local computer, or at any point between the user and the destination computers, locally, or on the Internet.

Contributing Proxies


If you would like to list your proxy IP addresses on this site click on Add Proxy or just click here. You can add a list of addresses as well as entering the IP and port one at a time. If you add a list the server will check each IP:Port combination before displaying them on this page. Any new proxy server IPs contributed with a proxy server listening and accepting requests will be added to the home page immediately upon confirmation, usually no more than about a minute after you add an address. For more information about Proxy IP addresses click here.

JavaScript


You can find instructions on how to enable, or disable, Javascript in your web browser at Mister Ed's Website.

There are currently Javascript instructions at Mister Ed's Website for:


Browsers [ Internet Explorer ] [ Firefox ] [ Mozilla ] [ Netscape ] [ AOL ] [ Opera ]
Browsers 2 [ Safari ] [ Google Chrome
Explorer Clones [ SlimBrowser ] [ Maxthon ] [ Avant ]
Mobile browsers [ Opera Mini ]


JavaScript is used to enhance web pages. Adding animation as well as responding to user input immediately. Instead of having to communicate with the web server and wait for a response JavaScript can process the request on the user's computer immediately. This speeds up the processing of web pages dramatically and creates a superior user experience.

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