Ghost Navigator instantly masks your IP address online, though the trial is severely limited. Its appearance is rather rudimentary and includes only minimal features. Standard navigational buttons allowed us to peruse the Web, and its menu options let us view the cookies on a site plus page information, such as charset and protocol.
Although we like its ability to switch to anonymous browsing with one click, we don't like that we aren't able to make a selection about the origins of our fake IP. We were limited to visiting only three sites when the anonymity button was ticked during the trial: Wikipedia, Google News, and WhatIsMyIP.com. Although the price tag for this software is about as close to free as they come, you'll want to check out some of the other IP maskers out there before settling on this one.
Ghost Navigator is an anonymous surf browser: hide your location, block pop-ups, hide your IP adress and Internet traces, hide the adress of the Web site you are visiting, block cookies. Web navigation is accelerated because data is retrieved by our dedicated servers and forwarded to you. Includes also several useful functions: manage bookmarks, search the Web and news.
What's new in this version:
Version 3.4 enhanced encryption strength for the secure connection and now based on Mozilla navigation engine for maximum security.