It appears to change your system's IP address, and the process is beautifully simple, but Invisible IP Map failed during our testing. The program's fluid interface is logical, easy to use, and attractive. There's no Help file or much user guidance at all. It installs easily enough, though, asking for permission to alter Firefox in addition to Internet Explorer.
Invoking Invisible IP Map's protection takes a few seconds. You click to set a search for other IP locations, pick one, and change your IP address with another click. The program lists your real IP address and your temporary one. There's even a helpful link to open an IP check site in Internet Explorer. The site confirmed we had a new address, however, all other check sites we went to listed our real IP address. A Proxy Checker function would be useful only to those who have the expertise to discover their own anonymous proxies.
The trial is a mere three days, but we believe most users will give up on this utility long before it expires. While it is fast, has a nice interface, and offers to perform an often-needed function, Invisible IP Map didn't work for us.
This is a Mask IP software that is used to change your real Internet address while browsing. The software will deliver you fresh anonymous proxy servers every time you decide to click on "Get IP Locations". The main benefit of this software is that you can't be traced when browsing websites. Also if a Web site is restricted for users from specified country the program can bypass that protection. By hiding your IP you will prevent receiving spam from marketers who knows your interests by tracking your IP when browsing websites. Post on bulletin boards without displaying your real IP address. Hide referer, browser user-agent, cookies, and surf without cache.
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