Your Freedom for MAC

v 2020.522.1
Category  Security

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About Your Freedom For MAC

Your Freedom services make it possible to access what is not accessible to you. It also hides your network address to those who don't want to know. Simply download our client application, install it, or run it on your computer. It turns your PC into an anonymous, uncensored Web proxy, and an anonymous, uncensored SOCKS proxy that all your applications can use. If that's not enough, it can even connect you to the Internet as if it were a unrestricted DSL/ cable connection. Just like the firewall suddenly went up! If you wish, you can even make your computer accessible via the Internet. Nearly all applications work with Your Freedom. So far, no one has been able to block our service permanently or completely without blocking your Internet access.

Over 30,000 people use our service every day in more than 160 countries. Some do so because their government doesn't want them to exercise their human rights. Others do it because their school or university does not feel they are mature enough to make decisions about whether playing the occasional game interferes with their studies. Other reasons include not wanting traceable IP addresses in every logfile. There are many good reasons to use Your Freedom. Register on this Web page to get unrestricted Internet access. All you need is an email address, username and password. Next, download the client application for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. The wizard will guide through the configuration. Next, configure your applications to use the OpenVPN transparent mode or your own SOCKS proxy.

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Whats New

Version 2020.522.1:

  • 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.