Only available inside the United States.
This application says it helps you surf the Web anonymously by masking your IP address, but we didn't get total anonymity during our tests. You'll find a fast-paced media file demonstration of how to use the program rather than a help file. SurfAnonymous's pleasantly clean interface displays a URL list of free proxy sites and the option to add your own. First you'll need to hunt down and analyze detected proxies. Usable proxies are noted with a check and can then be added to your proxy pool and either blacklisted or whitelisted. Next, select the browser you want from the program files. After this painstaking and tedious process, we learned our original IP wasn't hidden at all, and the proxy also was detected. You get a measly 10 minutes to test this program before it shuts down, forcing you to start completely over. Those seeking a product to give them complete confidentiality while surfing should keep looking.