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UltraSurf is the flagship software product from UltraReach Internet Corp. for Internet anti-censorship. It enables users inside countries with heavy Internet censorship to visit any public web sites in the world safely and freely.
As the safety and convenience of the users is our first priority, the most prominent features of UltraSurf 8 are that it has implemented a complex proxy with complete transparency and a high level of encryption on the Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) platform. UltraSurf 8 enables users to browse any website freely just the same as using the regular IE browser while it automatically searches the highest speed proxy servers in the background.
UltraSurf 8 implements almost all browser functions based on HTTP and user needs, such as browsing websites, login and posting on web forums, using Web mail, uploading and downloading data files, real time audio, video and other multimedia programs, etc. Please refer to the “UltraSurf 8 Users Guide” for detailed information.
UltraSurf 8 is a green software, which means no installation process is needed nor system setting is required to change when using the software. It is simply an executable on Windows platform.
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Download the UltraSurf 6 User Guide in English at:
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Note: The English version is for ultrasurf 6. You may use it as the reference for current version ultrasurf 8.
FreeGate is a software utility that enables Chinese and Iranian surfers to view websites banned by their government (see Internet censorship in the People's Republic of China). Developer Dynamic Internet Technology (DIT) estimates Freegate has 200,000 users.The software takes advantage of a range of proxy servers assigned to changeable internet addresses, which allows users in China, Iran and Myanmar access to sites banned by the Chinese, Iranian and Myanmar governments. The program exploits open proxies, which allow users to penetrate firewalls used to block web sites