1. Anonymous proxies, or agents for short, are computer servers located around the world. These proxy servers act as relay stations for users' Internet traffic. Any request from the user's device goes to the proxy server rather than the Web host of the target site.
2. After receiving the request, the anonymous proxy server sends it to the Web host of the target website. The Web host of the target site responds to the request and sends the Web page back to the proxy server. The proxy server then relays the web page back to the user. This procedure effectively hides your identity from the Web host because it can only see the proxy server's IP address and not yours.
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