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Anonymizer

(Anonymizer, Inc., San Diego, CA, www.anonymizer.com) The first anonymous Web surfing service. Anonymizer's Anonymous Surfing lets users surf the Web privately without divulging their identity information and IP addresses. The company was founded in 1995 by Lance Cottrell, an acknowledged expert in cryptography and Internet privacy and security, who was also the creator of Mixmaster, a secure anonymous remailer. See anonymous Web surfing and anonymous remailer.
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The database of users of anonymizing proxy server should contain users of proxy servers, their identification data, unmodified IP addresses and ports (internal or local IP address), date and timing of designation of public IP address and port by proxy server.
Quova GeoAudit, a series of enterprise analyses ranging from website traffic trends to anonymizing proxy identification, enabling Quova's clients to better understand their online visitors; -- Quova GeoPredictor Analysis to identify security risks and geolocation-based fraud predictors for the enterprise; -- Quova GeoPolicy for defining and deploying IP geolocation-enabled business rules; -- Quova GeoResearch for in-depth forensic research of specific Internet Protocol addresses or the Internet infrastructure of certain geographies; -- Quova GeoHistory, forensic data reconstruction and retrieval for cyber-criminal investigations; and -- Quova GeoTraining, an introduction to the Internet infrastructure and a comprehensive overview of what can and can't be done with geolocation.
5 highlights is its "ability to filter HTTPS traffic, so even if parents turn off the Proxy category or kids find an unblocked secure anonymizing proxy, their Web surfing is still filtered.
Quova GeoAudit, a series of enterprise analyses ranging from website traffic trends to anonymizing proxy identification, enabling Quova's clients to better understand their online visitors; -- Quova GeoPredictor Analysis to identify security risks and geolocation- based fraud predictors for the enterprise; -- Quova GeoPolicy for defining and deploying IP geolocation-enabled business rules; -- Quova GeoResearch for in-depth forensic research of specific Internet Protocol addresses or the Internet infrastructure of certain geographies; -- Quova GeoHistory, forensic data reconstruction and retrieval for cyber- criminal investigations; and -- Quova GeoTraining, an introduction to the Internet infrastructure and a comprehensive overview of what can and can't be done with geolocation.