Ktunnel

Ktunnel

Ktunnel

Author:Ktunnel
License:Freeware
Platform:Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Added:2011-02-25
Updated:2011-02-25 08:51:27
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Ktunnel is here to protect your anonymity online!
Browse the web through our server to get past pesky url or ip based filters!

# What is Ktunnel?
Ktunnel is what's known as a CGI Proxy service, that is, I run a website based proxy on my server, and you connect to it to retrieve websites. This can be done to evade website blocking by schools, corporations, or governments, to access websites that would normally be blocked. It can also be done to protect your anonymity, so that the website you are visiting does not know who you are.

# Why should I use Ktunnel instead of some other proxy?
Unlike standard "open proxies", Ktunnel requires no special browser configuration. And unlike many proxies, cgi based or conventional, Ktunnel allows the HTTP Form Post method, which means that many websites that require logins will work with Ktunnel that will not work with the majority of free proxies. Finally, unless abuse becomes a problem, Ktunnel will also allow file downloads, whereas many proxies do not.

# Why should I trust Ktunnel?
By going through any proxy, you trust any data you send or receive to the proxy owner. To earn your trust I will be as open and honest with you as possible. See below for information about who I am and why I run this service. Open proxies may be honeypots to steal your information, or may be left open accidentally and be down tommorow, or be otherwise unreliable. Ktunnel however, operates soley off money derived from advertising shown during the proxy session, and therefore will not be down tommorow. Because our visitors value their privacy, it is not in our interests to spy on you, lest we lose traffic and advertising revenue. Because government subpenoa could require us to hand over our server access logs, access logs are regularly deleted to protect your privacy. In short, we value your browsing experience as well as your anonymity, and would not do anything to break your trust in us.