There are many proxies that can unblock Facebook, but not all of them work all the time, and not all can be trusted. If you want to hide your IP and online activity, you need to know that your data will be safe with the proxy server you access.
Did you know that many proxies are actually use to harm you? I’m no hacker, and I’m no expert, so I guess I can only repeat what I’ve read on other blogs, but it seems that proxies have a negative reputation.
For one, many people use proxies to hide their IP address while doing illegal stuff on the net. It could be hacking, it could be spamming, it could be something more serious.
The other thing they’re know for is abusing the IP addresses of people who use them. With the IP data of thousands of users you can send out phishing scam email, you can steal password/username credentials, and you can even track/monitor online activity – scary huh?
So how do you know which proxies you can trust to unblock Facebook? It’s tough to say. First, you should find a professional looking site. If the proxy site you run into is full of Google Ads, a single page site with no web-design, uses improper English or has any strange characters, it might be a red flag.
Anything that’s free should set up some red flags. Free stuff is cool, but remember the saying, “If you don’t pay for something, you’re the product”. Free stuff gets their money from somewhere – it might be something innocent, like advertising. But it might be something devious like spam.
If you’re really worried about security, contact the support team. Any professional service will have a support team there to answer your questions.
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