Developer website: resolution GmbH
Your Freedom services makes accessible what is unaccessible to you, and it hides your network address from those who don't need to know. Just download our client application and install or just run it on your PC; it turns your own PC into an uncensored, anonymous Web proxy and an uncensored, anonymous SOCKS proxy that your applications can use, and if that's not enough it can even get you connected to the Internet just as if you were using an unrestricted DSL or cable connection -- just like the firewall suddenly went boom! You can even make your PC accessible from the Internet if you like. Nearly all applications work with Your Freedom, and so far no-one has managed to block our service completely and permanently without blocking your Internet access entirely.
Every day, more than 30,000 people in over 160 countries use our service, some because their government would rather not have them exercise their human rights, some because their school or university feels they are not mature enough to decide for themselves whether playing the odd game interferes with their studies or not, others because they don't want traceable IP addresses in every logfile. There are probably as many good reasons to use Your Freedom as there are restrictive firewalls in the world! Your first step to an unrestricted Internet access is to register on this Web page -- all you need to provide is a contactable email address and a username and a password, nothing else is required. Then download the client application (available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and everything else that can run Java apps) and run it -- the wizard will guide you through configuring it properly. Then configure your applications to use your own PC as Web or SOCKS proxy or use our transparent OpenVPN mode.
- Fixed a bug that would break local authentication for both SOCKS and HTTP proxy port. For HTTP proxy port, the YF client incorrectly shut down the connection if no authentication was received in the first request; this is fixed. However, that wasn't the main issue. The main problem is a bug in the java standard library that we have reported to Oracle years ago, and it is still not fixed.
- OS X 10.7 or later
- User registration