This page shows and maintains the largest and most up-to-date list of well-functioning proxy servers available for public use. Our powerful software monitors over one million proxy servers daily, with most proxies tested at least once every 30 minutes. The result is one of the most reliable proxy lists on the Internet - and all for free.
Please note that these are not our own proxy servers, so we cannot be held responsible for their performance and stability, but we only show their current status at the time of monitoring. The right column in the list shows when the checking was performed.
Types of proxies:
- HTTP: standard proxies that support HTTP requests. You can use them to view Web sites and download files via HTTP.
- HTTPS: Also called SSL-enabled proxy servers. You can use them to view HTTPS sites. They can be used with special programs for any protocol, such as SOCKS proxy servers.
- Socks 4: Proxies that support SOCKS protocol version 4. They can be used to connect to any address and port via the TCP/IP protocol.
- Socks 5: Includes all the features of version 4. Additional features are the use of the UDP protocol, the ability to make DNS requests via a proxy, and the use of the BIND method to open the port for incoming connections.
Anonymity levels explained:
- No Anonymity: The remote server knows your IP address and knows that you are using a proxy.
- Low Anonymity: The remote server does not know your IP address but knows that you are using a proxy.
- Moderate Anonymity: The remote server knows that you are using a proxy and thinks it knows your IP, but it is not yours (these are usually multi-network proxies that show the remote server the incoming interface as REMOTE_ADDR).
- High Anonymity: The remote server does not know your IP and has no direct evidence that you are using a proxy. These are anonymous proxies.