How to Browse the Internet Anonymously

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Introduction: How to Browse the Internet Anonymously

As today surfing the web without protection is unsafe, this instructable will show you how to browse the internet anonymously. When you browse internet anonymously, this means no one knows who you are and you can also browse blocked websites!

Step 1: Things You'll Need...

-A computer (d'uh)
-Internet(d'uh)
-Windows OS

Step 2: Download

UltraSurf is a free program that allows you to browse the internet anonymously. You can download the latest version of UltraSurf from here.

Step 3: Run UltraSurf

Once you have downloaded UltraSurf, extract it using WinRAR. You can download WinRAR from here.

Step 4: Run

Now run the file that you have extracted. You will see a screen like the one above. Now open your browser and you will be able to browse anonymously and open blocked websites!

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    this is showing how people can become anons and being an anon like myself i do not aprove anons are only suppose to be destroying isis not become normal people so please take this info and use the anonymous title wisley

    Internet security should be in the front of every ones mind. If you are travelling any where and using your laptop or mobile device then you need to use a VPN to protect your information and identity. I found a site comparing the best ones http://thebestproxyserver.com/private-internet-access-vpn-review/

    So this is just a proxy

    So this is just a proxy server program. Proxies are good for hiding behind, except they tend to slow down your connection. You can also do this without installing software by searching for proxy websites, or if you are really lazy, you can just enable incognito mode in your browser