Tampa, Florida (PRWEB) October 13, 2010
Privacy Partners, LLC the developer of Private Proxy Software, announced today that they have added 10 new servers with static IPs to their anonymous proxy software, Private Proxy.
With the demand for anonymous surfing growing and the concern of maintaining their Internet privacy, Privacy Partners decided to expand their existing product, Private Proxy. Previously, Private Proxy had 4 different anonymous servers with multiple IP addresses that rotate every 30 minutes.
"With the growth of our customer base over the past year, it only made sense that we needed to add more servers to the product." stated Martin Greif, president of Privacy Partners. "Since the launch of our anonymous proxy software, customers have asked for additional IP addresses and the ability to have a static IP that doesn't rotate thus increasing their anonymous surfing capabilities."
With access to an anonymous proxy service that applies encryption to your browsing traffic, search engines and your Internet Service Provider (ISP) will not be able to track your every move on the Internet. Instead, they will be tracking an anonymous proxy server thus invalidating their data.
Surprised by the growth of the proxy service, Martin Greif, president of Privacy Partners, commented: "People don't like the big boys watching their every move even if they say it is only to enhance your Internet experience. Once people realize that their IP address is their Internet fingerprint, they want to eliminate that fingerprint and mask it with another one."
Private Proxy can be tried for free. The software comes with a 7 day free trial and is only $9.95 per month after the trial.
About Privacy Partners, LLC:
Privacy Partners, LLC is a privately held company headquartered in Tampa, Florida. Founded in 2003, the company creates and markets privacy technologies for individuals and small businesses. The company and its products have won numerous technology awards. Visit our Private Proxy site to sign up for a free trial of our Anonymous Proxy. To learn more about Internet Privacy or Privacy Partners, please visit our corporate site at http://www.PrivacyPartners.com.