Proxy List 26 August 2013
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Proxy¬†List¬†26 August 2013¬†updated,¬†proxy¬†list¬†26-08-2013 100%working
WHAT IS¬†PROXY SERVER?
A¬†proxy server¬†is a¬†machine¬†that sits between the proxy users and the servers that they need access to. When a proxy user¬†requests¬†a certain remote resource using a URL, the¬†proxy server¬†receives¬†this request and fetches the resource to fulfill the client‚Äôs request. This¬†process¬†enables the¬†proxy server¬†to¬†store the¬†requested content in a¬†cache. Any¬†new request¬†that¬†asks¬†for¬†information¬†already in the¬†cache¬†no longer needs to be serviced by fetching it from the¬†remote server. Instead, the¬†new request¬†is serviced from the cached data. In typical proxy scenarios, the purpose of a¬†proxy server¬†is to fetch the requested resource from the¬†remote server, return it to the requesting user, and¬†cache¬†it in local drives.
There are some types (levels) of¬†proxy server¬†anonymity.¬†Anonymous proxy, high-anonymous (elite)andtransparent¬†proxy.
Anonymous Proxy¬†shows that¬†it‚Äôs¬†proxy. In short, a remote host can detect¬†Anonymous Proxy¬†as proxy, but without any¬†information¬†about an IP of the one who sits behind this proxy.¬†High-Anonymous¬†(Elite)¬†Proxydoesn‚Äôtshow¬†that¬†it‚Äôs¬†proxy at all.¬†Transparent Proxy¬†changes an IP, but at the same time shows the user‚Äôs real IP