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Can anyone recommend a good Free Proxy Server..non sign up or download


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Does anyone know of a FREE good reliable trusted Proxy server.. that you dont have to download or sign up for ?

That also allows you to log in and send emails.

Some free proxies that Ive looked at wont allow you to log in and send emails.

Other require sign up or you have to download.

I used one some years ago and it was free and straight foraward and you could just go direct thru the webpage..
but I cannot recall it.

\Ones recommended to me  or on  a quick search... I found Hidemyass. com that I was referred to but at

the moment the free version is not available..

and someone suggested  Tor...

but you have to download it..

https://www.torproject.org/

if someone sees this , I could do with i ASAP...
.

Theres no doubt loads out there but I am wary of many of them..

 

This was another recommend one, but you cannot use the free version to log in and send emails.

 

https://www.megaproxy.com/

 

I wonder also if anyone has any opinions on yahoo as in the link below..

 

I did try the server and was able to access the USA version of Yahoo.. which you can no longer seem to access in the uk

on browsers I have tried without a proxy..

 

http://www.geekstogo...yahoo-question/

 

Thank you

 

Dowsp


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