Tampa, FL (PressExposure) August 08, 2008 -- PrivacyView Software, the developer of award-winning Internet and computer privacy software, announced today that the latest release of its anonymous proxy server, Private Proxy, supports Firefox version 3.0 under both Windows XP and Windows Vista.
This recent update allows Private Proxy users to use Mozilla Firefox version 3.0 under Windows Vista. Private Proxy previously supported Firefox on Windows XP. Now Vista users can surf anonymously with both Firefox and Internet Explorer.
Increasingly, people need safe and secure access to the Internet in order to protect both their privacy and freedom. Private Proxy allows users to choose an anonymous proxy server where their Internet browsing can not be monitored. For example, with the recent Viacom / YouTube lawsuit, any Private Proxy user would have been secure from potential tracking from Viacom. By using Private Proxy, the IP address is changed to an anonymous IP address and hence not associated with a specific user.
Private Proxy also encrypts the Internet communications between Firefox or Internet Explorer and the anonymous proxy enabling users to create a secure tunnel. With a secure tunnel, users are able to access sites that were previously blocked by bypassing filters typically used by restrictive governments and many corporations. Further, the users' anonymity is protected because the destination websites will not be able to track the users to their company or location based on their IP address.
The software comes with a 7 day free trial allowing users to decide if they want to keep the service without having to spend any money. Along with the 7 day free trial, PrivacyView offers two options for its users: they can subscribe to a monthly service for $9.95 or choose a quarterly option for only $24.95.