Anonymous Surfing With Hide My IP
Conceal your identity on the Internet. Surf anonymously, prevent hackers from acquiring your IP address, send anonymous email, and un-ban yourself from Blogs or message boards. With Hide My IP you will be able to browse the web and remain totally anonymous.
Hiding your IP address is as simple as clicking the "Hide IP" button, which installs a "fake ip" in your favorite web browser including Internet Explorer, FireFox, Netscape, Opera, Safari, Maxthon, LoliFox, and more! When you close Hide My IP, your Internet settings will revert back to normal.
What's New In Version 2008? Check out the improved interface, faster IP search times, more IP addresses, IPs from the TOR network, the Discarded IP feature which adds IP addresses you specify to a list that will not be used again, and much more! Clear cookies for selected websites each time your IP changes*.
Improved Browsing Speed – Upgrade To The Premium Service! Adds support for more web browsers, dozens of non-browser applications such as Outlook, Windows Mail, Yahoo Messenger, MSN, Skype, online games, and much more.
Key Benefits & Features
Anonymous Web Surfing - Prevent others from seeing your true IP when browsing the Internet.
Change your IP frequently with the click of a button!
Protect Your Identity - Identity thieves can use your IP address to monitor your web activity and intercept your private financial information. Criminals, hackers, and even the government can trace your exact location right down to your street address.
Send Anonymous E-mails - Prevent your real IP address from being shown in E-mail headers on any Webmail E-mail service such as Yahoo, Hotmail, or Gmail. It is very easy using publicly available tools to find your general geographic area that you sent the E-mail from.
Un-ban Yourself From Forums and Message Boards - Have you been banned from a forum or message board? No problem! Use Hide My IP to change your IP and clear your browser cookies, allowing you to access any website that has banned you such as eBay, Craigslist, and many browser-based games.