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IDCLOAK ANONYMITY TEST

ONLINE PROXY CHECKER - IP PROXY CHECKER - PROXY TEST

After connecting to a proxy server, you should always carry out an anonymity test to evaluate your proxy anonymity. This IP proxy checker page will verify that your IP address is indeed hidden.

The following anonymity check guidelines offer more detailed proxy anonymity information.

Proxy Test For Level 1 Anonymity: No IP Anonymity

If your IP address is shown in any of the HTTP headers below, then your IP address is exposed: you are either using a transparent proxy or no proxy at all.

Proxy Test For Level 2 Anonymity: Partial IP Anonymity

A website can detect that you are accessing it through a proxy server by testing for the presence of special HTTP headers that only proxies use: namely, "Via" and "X-Forward-For". However, the site will not be able to determine your true IP address if the IP address fields are faked or cleared of data by your proxy.

As long as none of the HTTP headers display your IP address, you can be certain that your IP address will not be exposed. But if even one of the special proxy HTTP Headers is present, whether faked or cleared of data, a website can still ascertain that you are surfing anonymously through a proxy.

Proxy Test For Level 3 Anonymity: Complete IP Anonymity

A high anonymity proxy can completely suppress "Client-ip", "Forwarded", and "Via" headers. If no proxy variables exist in your HTTP header, and your IP address is not displayed in any of the HTTP headers fields shown below, it will be more difficult for sites to detect that you are using a proxy to conceal your real IP address.

REMOTE_ADDR is: 174.129.80.166

Main anonymous proxy test variables:

HTTP_FORWARDED non-existent
HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR non-existent
HTTP_CLIENT_IP non-existent

Additional proxy variables:

HTTP_VIA non-existent
HTTP_XROXY_CONNECTION non-existent
HTTP_PROXY_CONNECTION non-existent

Other interresting info about you:

HTTP_USERAGENT_VIA non-existent
HTTP_USER_AGENT CCBot/2.0 (http://commoncrawl.org/faq/)
HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE en-us,en-gb,en;q=0.7,*;q=0.3
REMOTE_HOST non-existent
HTTP_CONNECTION non-existent
SERVER_PROTOCOL HTTP/1.0
HTTP_REFERER non-existent
HTTP_ACCEPT text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8
HTTP_CACHE_CONTROL non-existent
HTTP_CACHE_INFO non-existent

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