This is a press release by Cyberghost VPN for the announcement of their newly launched Free Web Proxy Service.
Our most loved tricky little feature: On some video platforms like YouTube, our proxy exchanges the player used with our own video player. That way an anonymous access is granted, and plans are, to broaden this support for much more video platforms– as well as to more countries and more servers.
This Free Web Proxy by Cyberghost VPN also offers you a choice to select a country you want your Proxy IP from. The proxy server locations include, Germany, Netherlands, Russia and Ukraine.
The Free Proxy is not intended to be a substitute for CyberGhost VPN, but can be very helpful for an anonymous Internet trip ‘on the fly’, for a quick change of a log-in country or for simulating a different browser, e.g. for gaining access to pages, that are restricted to devices like iPad, iPhone and others.
We have changed the layout of our web starting page a little bit to provide new users with the most important facts about CyberGhost at first glance and add a module, which shows our recent special subscription offers.
Furthermore we listened to our user’s comments regarding Social Networks and changed the way, our Social Media Plug-ins for Facebook and Twitter will work. To prevent a user from accidentally compromising his privacy when visiting us, one needs to explicitly activate a plug-in, before using it.
For users being more informed about what’s going on inside CyberGhost and the Internet in general we’re also providing a newsletter, containing internal news as well as news about security topics, special offers and many tips and hints for an easier life online. One can subscribe to our newsletter by using the new fast sign up module.
For details, please visit Cyberghost VPN.
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Wish you a Happy and Private Internet Life !!
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