Public Proxies vs Private Proxies

Everyone can so easily get public proxy list online.A lot of guys see them as free of charge and they go for it happily thinking they are saving money, However, there are lots of risks and not efficiency as well. Also If you’ve ever tried to use free/public Proxy Servers then you’ll quickly have discovered that they rarely work.


  • If you’ve ever tried to use free/public Proxy Servers then you’ll quickly have discovered that they rarely work,
  • And when they do they are beyond slow.
  • And if you’re lucky to find a working Proxy (let alone 5 or 10 working Proxies – and forget 30!) it almost certainly wouldn’t be working the next time you came back,
  • So then you have to start the cycle of searching for working proxies and updating your software all over again.

“Free” Public Proxy Servers look like they could be the solution for SEM’s looking to get around the “Google Block” problems with their Search Engine Ranking software.Lots of people use the internet to try and find free stuff. But you must konw the drawback about public proxies.


Public Proxy Servers are really slow.
Eg. If you’re lucky to find a working scrapebox proxy,you can use scrapebox check,ASAP check it again,there are must be a lot of can not work.So then you have to start the cycle of checking for working proxies and updating your scrapebox proxies list over over again.
Public Proxy Servers are not high Anonymous.
Using this free IPs does not only comprise your IP, browsing experience and others but can jeopardize your identity.If you really need anonymous surf,Public Proxies can not protect your individual or merchant privacy online.


Public Proxies are Dangerous.
If you are use Public Proxies,someone can monitor what you are doing while browsing the Internet and can capture your personal information.Your ISP and the Search Engines Keep a Log of Your Internet Activity,Open WiFi Networks (Hotspots, Airport, Library,Hotel, and School) are NOT Secure


Public Proxy Servers are Unreliable.
because Public Proxies resources are available for free. SMTP Mail Servers is a good example. As a mail server can be abused to send out zillions of spam messages, you never see free public SMTP mail servers. Any sensible Network Professional will secure their mail servers to prevent them from “relaying” and being hijacked.So the vast majority (if not all) publicly available free Proxy Server, that does not require any registration or authentication, are either misconfigured Proxy Servers belonging to someone else, or are computers that have been compromised by hackers who have installed their own Proxy Server software so they can use the computers as “Zombies” or “BotNets” for their own dubious ends.


So,If you can not suffer those drawback of pulic proxies.You can choose private proxies.There are some companies that offer shared private proxies for low price and this is usually shared among 2 to 20 people. The aim is to allow you test ride their IPs and if you love it you can buy them for your utmost protection.Good proxies deliver good job in good speed, confidentiality is guaranteed, you get support all around the clock, and your real IPs is never linked, unlimited bandwidth and many more.


If you have a business need for Proxy Servers, you can avoid all these hassles and risks by using Private Servers:

  • Don’t waste time searching endless lists for free public Proxy Servers that work
  • Don’t waste time reconfiguring your software every time you do find new Public Proxy Servers to test them
  • Don’t waste time on Public Proxy Servers that work today and then don’t work the next time you use them
  • Don’t risk your company’s reputation having your Internet traffic associated with Internet traffic generated from dubious or illegal activities (law enforcement agencies tracing back hackers who used the same Public Proxy Servers as you will knock on your door)
  • Don’t risk your privacy or company data through fake Public Proxy Servers that may have been set up by hackers just to capture your personal or private details
  • And finally, ask yourself the question, “is it OK and compatible with your company’s policies to make use of someone else’s computer resources without their knowledge?”