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Terms of Use

This service is provided as is, without warranty of any kind. Use of this service is entirely at your own risk. We cannot take responsibility for any direct or indirect damages resulting from the use of this service. The service allows indirect browsing of external, third-party websites. We are not responsible for the content on any external websites that may be accessible through our service. A third-party website viewed through our service is in no way owned by or associated with this website. The term "indirect browsing" refers to the server which you connect to. During "direct" browsing, you connect to the server which provides the resource you are requesting. During "indirect" browsing, you connect to our server. Our script downloads the requested resource and forwards it to you. When using a non-default IP address this request is also routed through an extra "proxy" server operated by us. Any resource (such as web pages, images, files etc.) downloaded through our service may be modified by our service. This may include, but is not limited to, editing URLs so that any resources referenced by the target resource are also downloaded indirectly. The accuracy and reliablity of this process is not guaranteed. It is not always posible to catch every single reference to an external resource and convert them to an indirectly accesible format, especially external resources referenced using "JavaScript". You agree that ProxFree takes no responsibility for any resources that are not accessed indirectly. The resource which you receive may not be an accurate representation of the resource requested. A side-effect of indirect browsing may be anonymity. By connecting to our server instead of the target server, the target server does not see your IP address. However, while we do try our best to ensure your anonymity we do not guarantee our service will be truly anonymous in all circumstances. The downloaded resource may reference other resources which your browser may automatically download. As mentioned, the service attempts to reroute all such requests through our server but may not be entirely successful. A single direct request will compromise your anonymity. This service may download a resource over a secure connection but this may be sent back to you over an unsecure connection. Do not enter confidential information unless you are on a secure connection to our server. You can ensure you are on a secure SSL connection to our server by checking that you see "https" rather than "http" in your address bar. Some web browsers may also display a padlock icon when you're on a secure connection. ProxFree encrypts the URL of the target resource and places it inside the request URL which is seen by your web browser. We try do to this in a secure manner by attempting to use a secure and unique cipher for every user session. We are not responsible if any third party manages to decrypt this data or make an assumption on the resource that was visited indirectly.

Use of this service is subject to the terms of use displayed here. By using our service, you agree to be bound by these terms. You agree to have read and understood the above disclaimer and the privacy policy linked here and in the footer of this website. We reserve the right to change any of these documents at any time without notice. You may not use this service for any unlawful activity, including but not limited to viewing or downloading illegal or content, sharing copyrighted Intellectual Property, or sending threatening, harrassing or abusive messages. You may not access webmail services for the purpose of sending spam or unsolicited email. You may not access forums, blogs or similar type websites for the purpose of posting spam or advertisment related messages. You may not attempt to gain unauthorised access to any website or any account on any website or service, includingm bruteforcing, "hacking" and/or "cracking". You may not use our service to abuse any third-party services that may be available through our website.

Actions in breach of these terms may be reported to the appropriate third-party.