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Hide your IP address and protect your online identity with SafeIP

Posted In Internet, Utilities - By Techtiplib on Monday, December 31st, 2012 With No Comments »

There are many software utilities to assist you in anonymous web surfing. With free software, you are only the usual anonymous relatively slow connection speed and to improve as well as some other features then you have to pay a fee to purchase a software license. SafeIP is a software utility that lets you anonymously surf the web with high speed and with many exciting custom, especially as it’s FREE.

How to change your IP:

To change the IP address while surfing the web, choose IP country of origin and change to the selection Select IP Location, you double click to change the IP command. New IP address appears in the menu at the top of the program window. If you want to change to a different IP address (but in the same country), click Change IP, but if you want to stop using and return the IP address click on the Disconnect button.

You can customize some parameters to better the connection process. You switch to the Settings tab to proceed with tweak. You tick the action to perform.

  • Malware protection
  • Advertisement blocking
  • Cookie tracking protecion
  • Referring URL protection
  • Browser ID protection
  • WiFi Protection (Pro version)
  • Run on Windows startup
  • Rotate IP automatically
  • Show balloon tips

You can optimize the connection in Optimizations card. There are connectivity options are provided you choose the right program needs to use his.

  • Anonymous web browsing
  • Fast content streaming
  • Mass or bulk mailing
  • Download and torrents

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Home page: http://www.freesafeip.com/

Download FREE SafeIP here: http://www.freesafeip.com/SafeIP.exe

If you only want to change your IP to UK or US, read TunnelBear – Change your IP to US & UK IP 

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