Free Proxy Sites let us do what Schools, Colleges / Universities or Companies don’t want us to do which is browse websites blocked through the firewall. There are many proxy sites that provide this service and let us open sites such as YouTube, Twitter,Â Facebook etc which are normally blocked in school and commercial organizations.
Here are hundreds of free web proxies out there that provide anonymous surfing. Of these, most will even unblock MySpace, Gmail, FaceBook or any other no-no when surfing from school or work. Some have taken this a step further and allow for signing into your MSN, AIM or Yahoo! messaging accounts – conveniently through an anonymized (and secure) SSL version of eBuddy.com. Others allow for sending anonymous emails and newsgroup postings, even YouTube viewing. But is there really a “best” web proxy? We’re not sure about that; there’s pro’s and con’s to each one.
The above is the list of top free proxy sites for 2013. The problem of free proxy sites is that free proxies are cancelled very quickly, because once anti virus software discovers them, they are added to the ban list and are blocked. So if you know a free proxy site that is working well then please add it in the comment section.