How to Check for Transparent Proxy Interception

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What Is A Transparent Proxy?

A transparent proxy, also known as a forced or intercepting proxy,  is a middle man system deployed by your ISP. It is referred to as ‘transparent’ because the client is unaware of its existence. A transparent proxy acts an intermediary between you and a website you want to visit. While you are connecting to that website, the proxy intercepts the connection, before passing it to the website.

Transparent Proxy Detection Tool

Transparent Proxy Detection Tool

How to Detect Transparent Proxies?

You can use the tool above to detect whether your ISP is using transparent proxies or not.

Free VPN, TOR, Blacklisted IP Detection Tool

This free proxy detection tool also enables you to detect the following.

How to Detect VPN Network Addresses

A virtual private network, aka VPN, is private network tunnel that encrypts your traffic and hides your IP address. The tool can check whether you are using a VPN connection or not.

How to Check Tor Exit Nodes

Similarly to VPN, you can use a Tor browser to encrypt your browsing activity. The tool above detect if you are using Tor by checking your Tor exit node.

Check If I am using Blacklisted IP

The tool above also checks blacklisted IP addresses by referencing various blacklisted IP address lists.

Why Am I Behind A Proxy?

Internet service providers mainly deploy transparent proxies with the aim of providing faster data transfer through caching. These transparent proxies are also used to block unwanted content online. That means that your ISP can effectively block you from accessing certain websites by using proxies.

Should I Be Worried About Transparent Proxies?

A transparent proxy can log your traffic including websites you visited and files you have downloaded. If fallen into the wrong hands, anybody with access to that proxy might get an insight at unencrypted traffic you are sending. This can include passwords, messages, and emails. The presence of a transparent proxy is something that should not be taken lightly. That’s why this website was set up; to make it possible for ever-day Internet users to be able to detect whether their ISP uses transparent proxies or not.

Can I Bypass Transparent Proxy?

If your ISP is using transparent proxies, you might want to contact them and ask them to route you outside it. A lot of ISPs tend to refuse such requests however, stating technicalities as the reason. You can bypass a transparent proxy by using VPN. A VPN connection allows you to encrypt all of your traffic which will then no longer go through the ISP’s proxies.

How to Bypass Transparent Proxies Using VPN

How to Bypass Transparent Proxies Using VPN


Comments

  • Huck

    I am Confirming active to verify my new IP address NOW

    • Elie Azar

      I’m not sure how we can help.

  • Syahida saleh

    Check this IP 113.210.201.178

    • Elie Azar

      What do you mean?

  • witstert

    I ran the “Check proxy” and the results are as follows:
    6. Possible proxy
    5.>2. VPN IP Address
    1. Success

    Can somebody tell me what those results mean to a layman?

    • Elie Azar

      The test detected a possible Proxy, VPN or TOR exit node. This means that, at the time of the test, you were -either knowingly or unknowingly- connected through one of these technologies.

  • venupapa

    hello admin i am using expressvpn.i will check proxy detect.the message is”A Proxy, VPN IP or TOR exit Node was detected”.how to solve the message is showing “no proxy or vpn/tor detect” using express vpn.what can i do?please answer me

    • admin

      Hi
      It means that the server you are using has an IP that is known to be a hosted server, try another server please.

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