What is a Proxy Server?
A proxy server is computer that provides a network service to allow clients to create indirect network connections to other network services. A customer connects to proxy server, then requests a connection, file, or other resource available on the other server. The proxy gives the resource both by connecting to specified server or by serving it from the cache. In some cases, the proxy may perhaps alter the client's request or even the server's response for various purposes.
The following shows you 4 different types of proxy servers:
High Anonymity Proxy
This kind of proxy server does not recognize itself as a proxy server and does not review the original IP address. So if you use a high anonymous proxy, the website you visit could not know you real IP address.
This kind of proxy server identifies itself as a proxy server, but make an incorrect IP address available via the http headers. So the websites you visit think you come from that incorrect IP address location.
This kind of proxy server identifies itself as a proxy server, but does not make the original IP address available. This type of proxy server is detectable, but provides reasonable anonymity for most users.
This kind of proxy server identifies itself as a proxy server and also make the original IP address available via the http headers. they are usually applied for their capability to cache sites and do not efficiently provide any anonymity to people who use them. However, the use of the transparent proxy will get you around simple IP bans. They are transparent while means that the IP address is exposed, not transparent in the terms that you do not know that you are making use of it (your computer is not particularly configured to use it.)