Setup an anonymous proxy in Mac OS X

Apr 2, 2007 - 7 Comments

Many schools, employers, and countries restrict access to certain websites for any number of reasons. The easiest way to get around the restrictions is by browsing the web through anonymous proxies, and the web is littered with thousands of proxy sites that are capable of fulfilling this duty for you. But why use a third party site if you can setup a proxy server right on your own Mac? DressToSurvive walks you through the install and configuration process so you can do just that:

DressToSurvive: Anonymizing Proxy for OS X

If the above link isn’t working for you, try another walkthrough, like this one that made the news recently:
Setup an Anonymous Proxy for Iranians Using Squid in OS X

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  1. Omdurman says:

    hehe, we know what proxies are really for

  2. Alfred says:

    Is there another way to setup proxy other than this? thanks

  3. Need a proxy says:

    That link is blocked. Are there any other sources for instructions?

  4. maxypoo says:

    yeaaaah the link is blocked in china.
    …grr.
    frustrating i cant find a proxy server thats not blocked and works for macccc.
    ugh
    help me.

  5. Phil Ainley says:

    This is crap!!!!!

    Why isn’t there a Proxy available that actually works for Macs?
    Surely in this “so-called” technological age there is a solution to our problem.

  6. edna says:

    Try Vimuto.

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