Hide your IP address and protect your identity with SafeIP

SafeIP provides several easy ways to help you browse more anonymously online. Block cookies, conceal your referrer and browser agent, block ads and prevent you from accessing known dangerous sites. And all for free, no adware or similar catches.  Apart from enhancing your privacy, this may also allow you access to some sites you wouldn't normally be able to reach. If you've ever tried to view content and got a "not available in your country" message, for instance, that's probably down to your IP address, and getting another may help. Click the "Settings" button and you'll find SafeIP has many more options. It can also remove your browser's user agent header, for instance. And there are options to block cookies, or website referrers.

If you want to change your IP address occasionally the program will get the job done quickly, easily, and with the minimum of hassle.

Download: SafeIP 2.0.0.23 | 2.2 MB (Freeware)
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Hackemate said,
I tested on virtual machine....crash every time I open IE10 on W8.
Repros?

Maybe because you are using a VM? Try it without using it on the VM and see.

Scorbing said,

Maybe because you are using a VM? Try it without using it on the VM and see.

Since when would running it in a VM make a difference? If anything its possibly an incompatibility with IE10.

Yes I tried it and works fine on Windows 8. It works as it should without any catch. As I said before, in the ''ABOUT'' menu there's a box saying ''FREE VERSION LICENSE'' so for now is free.

OK so what's the catch? No payment. No ads. How are they making money? Nothing is free and everything that looks too good to be true is usually not so I wonder what's behind this.

Scorbing said,
OK so what's the catch? No payment. No ads. How are they making money? Nothing is free and everything that looks too good to be true is usually not so I wonder what's behind this.

You took the words right out of my mouth

Scorbing said,
OK so what's the catch? No payment. No ads. How are they making money? Nothing is free and everything that looks too good to be true is usually not so I wonder what's behind this.

There's no catch. Free things exist like PaintNet VideoLan, Winamp and others. If you install SafeIP and check the settings you gonna find out that this is licensed as a FREE VERSION so I think in the near feature we gonna have to pay for MORE, ADVANCED features in a PRO VERSION.