Transparent Proxy List

Transparent Proxy List

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Proxy Server List – this page provides and maintains the largest and the most up-to-date list
of working proxy servers that are available for public use. Our powerful software checks over a million proxy
servers daily, with most proxies tested at least once every 15 minutes, thus creating one of the most reliable
proxy lists on the Internet – all for free.
Any proxy server listed on this page can be used with a software application that supports the
use of proxies such as your web browser. The most popular uses of proxies include hiding your real IP address,
disguising your geographic location, and accessing blocked websites.
This proxy list is updated once every 60 seconds from the data stored in our gigabyte-sized
proxy database.
The list can be filtered down by a number of attributes such as the port number of a proxy, country of origin of
a proxy, and the level of anonymity of a proxy.
Note: If you do not know what any of these numbers mean, or how to use proxy servers in
general, scroll to the bottom of this page.
Proxy IP
Proxy Port
Last Check
Proxy Speed
Uptime
Proxy Country
Anonymity
8080
2607 ms
23%
(232)
Turkey
– Istanbul
Transparent
4004
882 ms
70%
(240)
China
2885 ms
8%
(283)
Bangladesh
999
3217 ms
16%
(225)
Mexico
2027 ms
28%
(428)
Brazil
– Parnamirim
3116 ms
(287)
United States
8081
849 ms
42%
(294)
3128
1696 ms
85%
(394)
Germany
– Frankfurt am Main
3332 ms
19%
(680)
Colombia
2404 ms
26%
(253)
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
4034
901 ms
64%
(279)
2295 ms
43%
(982)
Ukraine
1963 ms
(543)
– Paramount
80
1381 ms
33%
(303)
– San Mateo
513 ms
94%
(347)
– Kansas City
3301 ms
12%
(418)
Dominican Republic
– Santo Domingo Este
2509 ms
15%
(228)
– Santander de Quilichao
2613 ms
11%
(246)
Indonesia
– Bekasi
2736 ms
(172)
Russia
– Ufa
1325 ms
49%
(275)
– Des Moines
3127
714 ms
(1011)
Nigeria
9090
2746 ms
(310)
Seychelles
– Victoria
2686 ms
18%
(307)
– Jakarta
9999
873 ms
76%
3650 ms
(293)
Paraguay
– Caacupe
1236 ms
83%
(393)
Czech Republic
– Prague
3281 ms
10%
(257)
Vietnam
– Ho Chi Minh City
8181
2796 ms
24%
(264)
1256
21%
– Moscow
3357 ms
17%
(292)
Azerbaijan
– Baku
2749 ms
22%
(222)
Peru
– La Perla
3804 ms
(252)
3753 ms
9%
(693)
Chile
– Los Ángeles
2960 ms
(245)
– Los Angeles
2967 ms
(254)
– Chicago
Proxy Anonymity Levels Explained
A more detailed explanation about the specifics can be found on our
proxy levels explained
page, but the basic behavior of each proxy level goes like this:
Transparent – target server knows your IP address
and it knows that you are connecting via a proxy server.
Anonymous – target server does not know your IP
address, but it knows that you’re using a proxy.
Elite or
High anonymity – target server does not know your IP address, or
that the request is relayed through a proxy server.
How to use Proxy Servers?
Almost any application, such as your own web-browser, can be configured to route your connections through a
proxy server for reasons of anonimity or performance.
Configuring your browser to use a proxy server is quick and easy, and the instructions for doing that are
described in our articles section.
However, the recommended alternative to doing all those steps anytime you wish to use a different proxy, is to
use our homemade proxy switcher
that can simplify the whole process to just a few mouse clicks. Our Nova Proxy Switcher can be downloaded from
our
proxy software page.
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Transparent proxies. Non anonymous proxy list. – Spys.one

Show ANM SSL Port Type Sort Proxy address:portProxy typeAnonymity*Country (city)Hostname/ORGLatency**Speed***UptimeCheck date (GMT+03)176. 74. 150. 34HTTPS (Mikrotik)NOACzech Republic (Brno) (NetDataComm, s. r. o. )0. 175100% (9) +13-oct-2021 20:26 (5 mins ago)45. 62. 243. 2HTTP (Squid) (DATACITY)9. 06960% (26) -13-oct-2021 20:26 (5 mins ago)82. 223. 68. 67HTTP (Squid)NOASpain82. 67 (IONOS SE)0. 415100% (4) -13-oct-2021 20:24 (7 mins ago)174. 81. 78. 64HTTP (Mikrotik)NOAUnited States (Beulaville) (CHARTER-20115)14. 33519% (206) -13-oct-2021 20:24 (7 mins ago)52. 117. 217. 226HTTP (Squid)NOAUnited (SOFTLAYER)0. 81587% (55) +13-oct-2021 20:23 (8 mins ago)179. 1. 67. 130HTTPS (Mikrotik)NOAColombia (Santa Marta)!!! 179. 130 (INTERNEXA BRASIL OPERADORA DE TELECOMUNICACOES S. A)8. 94938% (3) -13-oct-2021 20:22 (9 mins ago)200. 125. 168. 132HTTP (Mikrotik)NOADominican Republic (Castanuelas) (WIRELESS MULTI SERVICE VARGAS CABRERA, S. R. L)1. 55347% (27) +13-oct-2021 20:20 (11 mins ago)165. 16. 76. 67HTTPS (Mikrotik)NOALibyan Arab Jamahiriya!!! 165. 67 (Aljeel-net)3. 95629% (28) -13-oct-2021 20:20 (11 mins ago)72. 46. 140. 166HTTPS (Mikrotik)NOAPuerto Rico (San Juan) (FUSE)1. 00850% (1) +13-oct-2021 20:20 (11 mins ago)24. 154. 200. 232HTTP (Mikrotik)NOAUnited States (Youngstown) (ACS-INTERNET)4. 09944% (11) -13-oct-2021 20:17 (14 mins ago)139. 180. 191. 184HTTP (Squid)NOASingapore (Singapore) (AS-CHOOPA)12. 8733% (8) -13-oct-2021 20:16 (15 mins ago)50. 232. 250. 157HTTPS (Mikrotik)NOAUnited States (Saint Paul)50. 157 (COMCAST-7922)9. 20442% (20) +13-oct-2021 20:15 (16 mins ago)49. 231. 122HTTP (Mikrotik)NOAThailand49. 122 (SBN-ISPAWN-ISP and SBN-NIXAWN-NIX)2. 02829% (108) -13-oct-2021 20:14 (17 mins ago)185. 32. 5. 70HTTPS (Mikrotik)NOAPoland (Recz)!!! 185. 70 (AS Consulting Sp. z o. )1. 33730% (14) +13-oct-2021 20:11 (20 mins ago)89. 226. 88. 156HTTP (Squid)NOAFrance (Bischheim) (SFR SA)0. 45814% (1) +13-oct-2021 20:11 (20 mins ago)182. 53. 206. 178HTTP (Mikrotik)NOAThailand (Ubon Ratchathani) (TOT Public Company Limited)10. 39832% (109) -13-oct-2021 20:11 (20 mins ago)190. 11. 192. 118HTTP (Mikrotik)NOAArgentina (Bell Ville) (NODOSUD S. A)9. 73933% (44) -13-oct-2021 20:10 (21 mins ago)93. 51. 226HTTP (Mikrotik)NOAUkraine (Dnipro) (Volia)4. 76520% (110) +13-oct-2021 20:09 (22 mins ago)102. 164. 252. 150HTTP (Mikrotik)NOAEquatorial Guinea102. 150 (GITGE)3. 55939% (171) -13-oct-2021 20:08 (23 mins ago)31. 128. 75. 116HTTPS (Mikrotik)NOAUkraine (Dnipro) (Private Joint Stock Company datagroup)0. 31836% (31) +13-oct-2021 20:06 (25 mins ago)186. 24. 4. 249HTTP (Mikrotik)NOAVenezuela (Valencia)!!! (TELEFONICA VENEZOLANA, C. A. )5. 45723% (3) -13-oct-2021 20:01 (30 mins ago)89. 147. 130. 207HTTPS (Squid) (Awaser Oman LLC)0. 69650% (1) +13-oct-2021 20:00 (31 mins ago)62. 210. 144. 170HTTP (Squid)NOAFrance (Online S. a. s. 49680% (72) -13-oct-2021 20:00 (31 mins ago)160. 251. 55. 171HTTPS (Squid) (GMO Internet, Inc)8. 4653% (16) -13-oct-2021 20:00 (31 mins ago)5. 9. 121. 219HTTP (Squid)NOAGermany!!! (Hetzner Online GmbH)0. 90791% (10) +13-oct-2021 20:00 (31 mins ago)34. 195. 142HTTP (Squid)NOAUnited States (Las Vegas) (GOOGLE)1. 312100% (6) +13-oct-2021 19:59 (32 mins ago)125. 227. 76HTTPS (Squid)NOATaiwan (New Taipei) (Data Communication Business Group)2. 132100% (5) -13-oct-2021 19:58 (32 mins ago)212. 100. 86. 174HTTPS (Mikrotik)NOANigeria (Lagos)212. 174 (Autonomous System number for Cyber Space)2. 84333% (3) -13-oct-2021 19:56 (35 mins ago)139. 162. 18. 36HTTP (Mikrotik)NOASingapore (Singapore) (Linode, LLC)1. 50313% (2) -13-oct-2021 19:56 (35 mins ago)18. 113. 144HTTP (Squid)NOAUnited States (Columbus) (AMAZON-02)13. 4816% (36) -13-oct-2021 19:48 (43 mins ago)*NOA – non anonymous proxy, ANM – anonymous proxy server, HIA – high anonymous proxy. **Latency – lower = better. ***Relative to another servers. HTTPS – HTTP proxy with SSL support.
What is a Transparent Proxy | Client vs. Server Side Use Cases | Imperva

What is a Transparent Proxy | Client vs. Server Side Use Cases | Imperva

What is a Transparent Proxy
A transparent proxy, also known as an inline proxy, intercepting proxy or forced proxy, is a server that intercepts the connection between an end-user or device and the internet. It is called “transparent” because it does so without modifying requests and responses. Squid Transparent Proxy Server is a popular open source transparent proxy tool.
For example, a user on a corporate network may be surfing the Internet. The user requests to view a news article on, and views the same content as they would on their local connection at home.
However, unbeknownst to the user, the news article is delivered not from the origin server, but rather from a transparent proxy running on the corporate network. The user’s experience is exactly the same. However, the user’s employer now has the ability to monitor their behavior, and also restrict access to certain websites.
Example of a transparent proxy deployment
Transparent Proxies and Forced Proxies
Transparent proxies are sometimes known as forced proxies because they can be applied to a user’s connection without any change to their computer’s proxy settings.
As a result, a transparent proxy can be “forced” on a user without their consent or knowledge (although in many cases users are informed about the presence of a proxy). Some websites maintain unofficial transparent proxy lists, to help users become aware they are monitored.
Transparent proxies, by definition, are set up by the operator of a network or a website, and not by the end-user.
Transparent Proxy Settings
When you set up a transparent proxy, some of the common proxy settings are:
Authentication—provides the server with the same credentials as the users behind the proxy
Interception—defines how the proxy should intercept traffic, at the operating system level or at the router level
Caching—defines whether the proxy server should cache content for returning users
Reverse proxy—you can place the proxy in front of a web server to accelerate performance for users (as opposed to setting it to intercept remote access)
Filtering chat, data streaming, torrent threads, etc—configure the transparent proxy not to allow users to access certain protocols or ports
Uses for Transparent Proxy on Client Side
You can deploy a transparent proxy on the client side, meaning that all traffic to and from a client endpoint is intercepted by the proxy. Use cases for client-side transparent proxies include:
Content Filtering
You can use a transparent proxy to filter out unwanted content, defined via proxy settings. For example, when a specific website is requested, the proxy can refrain from forwarding the request to the web server. Instead, it intercepts the connection and displays an error or notice to the user.
Gateway Proxies
You can use a gateway proxy to modify or block network traffic based on rules. For example, a firewall is a transparent proxy, which allows traffic to pass between an internal network and the Internet, but blocks traffic if it violates the firewall’s rule table.
Transparent Caching
If multiple people are accessing the same content from the same location—for example, many students viewing the same news site via their university network—it is more efficient to initially cache the content, and serve it from cache to subsequent users. A transparent proxy can do this for an organization, facility or neighborhood.
Traffic Monitoring
If you operate a network, you can set up a transparent proxy to monitor user traffic and behavior.
Traffic monitoring can also have illegitimate uses—for example, an unscrupulous public wifi operator can monitor user’s connections and steal data and credentials.
Authentication
Public wifi spots and cellular Internet operators sometimes use transparent proxies to force users to authenticate themselves on the network, and agree to terms of service. Only after a user authenticates and agrees, are they allowed to surf.
Users may not realize that even after the initial authentication screen, the entire connection is intercepted and could be monitored by the operator, via the transparent proxy.
Uses for Transparent Proxy on the Server Side
TCP Intercept for DoS Protection
TCP intercept is a type of transparent proxy which you can use to protect a server against a SYN-flood Denial of Service (DoS) attack. It intercepts all traffic to a web server, accepts client requests, and performs a three-way handshake. If successful, it performs a three-way handshake with the server, and joins the two half-connections between client and server.
The TCP intercept watches TCP requests, and waits (typically 30 seconds) for connections to be established. When the number of inactive connections exceeds a certain threshold, the TCP intercept enters “aggressive mode”. In this mode, each new arriving connection causes the oldest inactive connection to be deleted.
This technique is no longer effective against modern, large scale Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. Attackers controlling high-powered servers, or millions of zombie computers, can create SYN floods that easily overwhelm a TCP intercept controller.
This is why many organizations are using cloud-based services like Imperva’s DDoS Protection. Cloud-based DDoS services are able to scale up on-demand to handle large scale attacks, and can also protect against other types of DDoS. For example, DDoS services can prevent protocol attacks and application layer attacks, which do not occur at the TCP layer.
Transparent Proxy and CDN for Front-End Optimization
A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a globally distributed network of proxy servers, which caches and serves content to users near their geographical location.
A CDN, such as Imperva’s Global Content Delivery Network, is a type of transparent proxy operating on the server side, whose purpose is to perform front-end optimization to improve the end-user experience. It intercepts traffic to a web server and instead of letting the user access the origin server directly, it offers the same content from its cache. This results in improved performance for user and reduced system resources required on the server.

Frequently Asked Questions about transparent proxy list

How do I find a transparent proxy?

You can detect transparent or inline proxies by using these methods: Compare the IP of a device to the one an external web server detects. You can do this by searching for “IP” in Google Search or visiting https://ip.smartproxy.com.May 28, 2021

What is a transparent proxy?

A transparent proxy, also known as an inline proxy, intercepting proxy or forced proxy, is a server that intercepts the connection between an end-user or device and the internet. It is called “transparent” because it does so without modifying requests and responses.

What does a transparent proxy require?

Transparent proxies do not require any configuration on the client side, so users don’t need to download any apps or make any configuration changes on their end to use them. Instead, configuration is left to the service provider, which has greater control over how users interact with their services.Feb 20, 2019

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