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Proxy for Mac

Can someone tell me if there is any software that is simple for bypassing blocked websites. Similar to Proxy for windows.
Thanks

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There certainly is,

why not try the subject of your post as a search in Google.

Plenty of them

P

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yes

i did try buddy. but it was too complicated. thankx

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Proxy for Mac

Hello Everyone,

NetShade makes your presence on the web anonymous by routing your connection through a proxy server. It keeps you from leaving your digital "calling card" at every site you visit. Your IP: 203.129.198.50. Instead of your computer connecting directly to the site in question, you connect to a proxy server which in turn fetches the web page from the destination server and passes it back to you. The proxy server is the only one making connections to the sites you visit, and only the proxy's IP address is seen by those sites.

Thanks and Regards,
Tony Mccallum

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But one big problem with this.

The proxy server now knows where we are going. And as some sites lock out the proxy sites, it fails again.

Looks like a cat and mouse game?
Bob

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