Sunday, January 15, 2012


i don't know if anyone knows about this firefox addon called stealthy, i found out about it just yesterday. there's also a version for chrome. it basically sets up a fast manual proxy for whatever country you choose, and it's very easy to use.

internet explorer users - my condolences.. click here to download and install firefox.

to install stealthy on your browser:
for firefox:
for chrome:

after you install it on firefox you'll need to restart your browser to be able to use it, on chrome it didn't ask me to restart the browser, and opened the preference window. after you install it, an icon will appear on the upper right corner of your browser [or left, depends on the language of your browser]. when it's red - stealthy is disabled, and when it's green - stealthy is enabled. you can turn it on/off with a click.

before using stealthy, you'll need to configure it, in firefox click on the arrow next to the stealthy icon, then click on configure to open the preference window.

in chrome go to settings or copy this into the address bar chrome://settings/browser then click on extensions, find stealthy and click on options to open a preference window.

in select the kind of use ignore the first option, the second option set ups a proxy from the united states, and the third lets you type in the name of the country [chrome] or country code [firefox] you want to pretend you're surfing from.
click here for a list of country codes:

i hope you find this post helpful. :]

1 comment:

a porter said...

bummer! wrote my comment, clicked publish your comment got a page that didn't accept my google account and at the same time lost my comment. just doing this to see if it works this time!