Tampa, FL (PRWEB) December 18, 2007
PrivacyView Software, LLC the developer of award-winning Internet and computer privacy software, announced today that Randomly Rotating IP Addresses are available for its Anonymous Proxy Server, Private Proxy.
With the demand to hide IP addresses growing, and the concern over being tracked by search engines, IT departments and even your own ISP, PrivacyView Software launched an anonymous proxy server in April of 2007.
"We originally focused on encrypting the traffic from your PC eliminating the ability for your internet connection to be monitored by your company, school or ISP" stated Martin Greif, president of PrivacyView Software. "Since the launch of our Anonymous Proxy Server, customers have asked for additional IP addresses thus increasing their anonymity on the web."
With the new randomly rotating IP addresses, Private Proxy is now both a bypass proxy and an anonymous proxy. As a bypass proxy, it encrypts surfing between your PC and the proxy server allowing you to bypass restrictive blocks and eliminating the ability for your internet connection to be monitored by your company, school or ISP. As an anonymous proxy, it masks your IP address eliminating the ability for malicious web sites and search engines to identify you.
Surprised by the growth of the proxy service, Martin Greif, president of PrivacyView Software, commented: "When we first launched our anonymous proxy service, it was to compliment our privacy software, PrivacyView. Our first product protects PC privacy by encrypting Internet traces and sensitive files on the users PC. Customers asked for the ability to hide their IP address too. While the demand for our privacy software continues to be strong, demand for the proxy service is even stronger."
Private Proxy comes with a 7 day free trial and is only $9.95 per month after the trial.
About PrivacyView Software
PrivacyView Software, LLC is a privately held company headquartered on the campus of the University of South Florida and is one of the growing companies participating in the USF Technology Incubator. Founded in 2003, the company creates and markets privacy software for consumers. For more information about PrivacyView and its affiliate program, please visit http://www.privacyview.com
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