Invisible Browsing

Invisible Browsing

Invisible Browsing - change your IP and route traffic through overseas servers
4.0  (13 votes)
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Invisible Browsing 6.7 is a privacy tool that protects your identity by hiding your IP address.
This software hides your IP address but you don’t need to select any IP address from a proxy list, with just one click you will get a new visible IP address making you invisible. You can change your IP address as many times as you wish if you’re not satisfied with the IP address that was assigned. Also this utility allows you to protect your privacy by erasing you tracking on the Internet. So while you are surfing on the Internet invisible to everybody you can clean the tracking that you were leaving while you were navigating.
This utility permanently erases all your online tracks like browser history, cookies, temporary Internet files, last typed URL, Autocomplete forms history, and Autocomplete password history. And you can clean automatically by setting up the time that you want to perform this job so you don’t need to worry to click a button to do this task. Another great feature to protect you is the options to block invasive code.
This utility also allows you to use their features with a good variety of browsers: Internet Explorer, Mozilla (Firefox), Netscape and Opera.
Its GUI is very simple and easy to use. This privacy tool provides a user guide detailed to avoid any trouble with the use of the software. The installation process is very easy to perform and no additional libraries or software is required.
Invisible Browsing works on Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista platforms.

Ricardo Zayola
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Pros

  • Invisible Browsing 6.7 is a great tool that protects your identity and your privacy at the same time while you were surfing on Internet. Besides is very simple and easy to use and configure.

Cons

  • I haven’t found any until now.

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