The Internet can be a scary place. Websites can monitor your activity without your knowledge. If you surf at work, your boss could be watching. Even the public library can record your activity. It seems like everybody is too e-nosy. Mister Private suggests you protect your privacy with an anonymizer. You can also use an anonymizer to access websites that your administrator has blocked or firewalled.
|How To Use An Anonymizer To Surf Privately|
An anonymizer can be either downloaded as software or accessed in website form. The majority of anonymizers cost money, but this can be worth it for some users. Also, most anonymizer websites offer a free trial, so if you need a quick fix, you can test them out. Anonymizers work one of two ways. Some, called networked designed, put extra steps in between you and the website you’re trying to access, making it difficult for someone to trace website traffic. Others, call single-point design, allow you to access a website through the anonymizer itself, meaning you can only be traced as visiting the anonymizer.
An anonymizer is definitely one of Mister Private’s favorite secret weapons. It protects your identity and keeps information from falling into the wrong hands.