Private Proxy: Why you need one

May 26, 2017

A private proxy, also known as a dedicated proxy is one which is not accessible to anyone else other than the one specified user. Other than benefiting from not sharing the consequences of others there are many other pros to this type of proxy. For instance, it is much faster, because congestion from other users is not an issue.

This speeds up the work that you’re doing. The ease with which some applications work with private proxies as opposed to shared proxies saves some more of your time. Most people enjoy the fact that private proxies offer a much wider selection of geographic locations for their IP addresses. Whether you want your IP addresses to be from the US, India, France, or elsewhere, you should have no problem arranging that with a private proxy.

On the internet you almost always give away a lot of information about yourself: Unencrypted e-mails can be read by the administrators of the e-mail server, if the connection is not encrypted, and also the internet service provider and other parties sniffing the traffic of that connection are able to know the contents. Furthermore, the same applies to any kind of traffic generated on the internet.

If someone wanted to find information about you , your work where you’re staying and since how long, it isn’t really all that hard to do so. But with a private proxy server you can be sure of not being spied on every moment of the day and all your personal information and your important work will all be protected and secure.

Pros of a Private Proxy

* Private Proxies are fast. Usually the ones you use for free are very slow and eventually you end up getting sick of using such a slow server.

* Private Proxies are safer and more likely to help you bypass filters and firewalls.Most of the free proxies are black listed and will not help you much while browsing anonymously.