Mask Surf Pro addresses many of the issues associated with Tor anonymizers, from security to implementation, to keep your online activities safe, secure, and private. It's not free nor especially cheap compared to similar tools, but a streamlined interface, automatic browser integration, masking, and other features help Mask Surf Pro earn its keep.
Pro-level: Mask Surf Pro has everything in the freeware plus features geared for advanced users and professionals, such as country emulation, switchable anonymity tests, and the ability to set your PC as a Tor client, relay, or bridge.
Tor your way: Installation options include regular and portable versions and starting with Windows. Users can also opt for the Mask Surf Lite freeware.
Informative interface: Mask Surf Pro's user interface sports tabs for Status, Countries, Speed, Masking, Contribution, and Tor Log. The Status tab displays popular browsers and displayed Detected and Anonymized status for each browser in our system.
Not much Help: Mask Surf Pro's Help file only leads to a Web page where you can submit a support ticket. That's not much help if you're not already an expert. More documentation is needed.
Mask Surfer Pro adds advanced capabilities to an already effective tool. It works well, even if it could use more upfront help and guidance for new users.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of Mask Surf Pro 3.5.
Mask Surf Pro is a surfing solution for professionals. Mask Surf Pro is an easy to use anonymity tool based on a technology called Tor. Mask Surf Professional makes good use of the array of encrypted Tor tunnels and distributed servers and offers you an unparalleled level of protection. It will be an ideal solution for experienced users who need the features of the standard edition and yet would like to be more flexible in terms of controlling specific aspects of their online activities.
What's new in this version:
Version 3.6 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.