My proxy "network" runs proxy servers in various geolocations to help evade geographical access restrictions (like locked YouTube videos in certain countries).
2015-04-12 Made Netflix USA work again.
2015-02-10 Proxy-server configs are now synced across nodes. Also, geoip.flagfox.net may now be accessed by limited accounts to verify the geolocation.
2015-01-17 Added Netherlands and secondary USA node.
2014-08-08 Proxies will no longer listen on port
bbc.co.uk to the limited account approved sites on UK proxy only.
2014-07-15 Moved the London UK geolocation to a new hosting provider.
2014-05-25 Opened new geolocation node (NYC, USA) at
us.wtwrp.de. Same users and ports apply.
2013-11-09 Updated URL-rules and configuration due to YouTube changes
2013-04-07 SOCKS5 proxy now available upon request.
2012-09-12 Fixed login and permission problems and opened port
2012-09-10 GrooveShark.com now available on limited accounts
2012-08-21 Opened port
80 additionally to
First of all you need to obtain a username and password to be granted access to the proxy service.
You do that by asking me personally.
All proxy servers are available non-encrypted on ports
3128, as well as SSL secured (HTTPS, self-signed) on port
The following is a list of all available proxy nodes and their hostnames.
|New York City, USA||lungorthin||undisclosed|
By default, users will be limited to the following services:
|Service||Regular expressions||Required geolocation|
||UK or USA|
||UK, USA or NL|
All proxy nodes share the same configuration and user database.
They are configured to not add headers that could leave possibilities to conclude the real user.
Each proxy node costs about $6 (~€5.50) every month. If you use them regularly, a little help would be greatly appreciated!
The old (german) and falsey proxy guide page is available here.