In the past few years, social networking has drastically changed the lifestyle of many people, especially the youth and young adults of western nations. Facebook as a social networking site has dominated this industry. When I worked in The US, we are allowed to visit Facebook only on lunch time and after job hours. We used a network which blocks some sites and secures others within the internet. I’m sure you’ve had similar experiences at your jobs. Almost everyone is aware just how much time you can waste on Facebook. All my friends are on Facebook and if I wanted to chat with them or check up on them, I had to take a coffee break. The rules were pretty strict.
Later on however I found out that I could use a Facebook proxy server that works to hide your IP and bypass firewalls at work and school. That way, I was be able to waste time when my boss wasn’t around. Most of my workmates in my situation are still using proxies. I’ve moved to China now, where proxies and virtual private network are also used to evade firewalls as well. The security of both can unblock sites in China, just as it did at my workplace. Trouble is, finding a Facebook proxy server that works in China is pretty tough sometimes.
For instance, the internet censorship in China has created so many limits and restrictions to the websites that are supposed to be providing these proxies, it’s hard to find where to connect to them. But considering China with the highest number of internet users in the world, it’s very likely (and common) that there are still quite a few ways to get a hold of a Facebook proxy for China. Free proxies were popular back in the day, but too much traffic got them blocked – or that’s my theory on it anyway.
The great thing about proxies in China is that you can use them on your phone too. Unlike VPNs which have to be installed, and don’t work on phones anyway, you can get one subscription and use the same proxy here on your phone, laptop, school computer, and anything else really. But even with the Remote Access Service, Pocket Layer Filtering, Single Contact Point and all the other security features of proxies you will still find some limitations – one of these limitations is that you won’t be able to access American or UK content like with a virtual IP address through a VPN.
The only proxy that works in China (that I know of) is Securitales. I had long given up on proxies until I came across them. The don’t seem to advertise much, unlike a lot of the other VPN services out there, but as I’ve tried it myself, I can honestly say that it not only works, but it works like magic. With no installation necessary, you just have to go to the Securitales site and you can get started with your FREE TRIAL in under a minute!
Go to www.securitales.com
If you’re not up for checking out Securtiales, then you might want to schedule in another hour of research to find something. Oh yeah, and Securitales is only 6$ a month. I challenge you to find something cheaper.