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New Anonymizer Knowledge Center

We are working hard to improve our website and would welcome your suggestions and feedback on how to improve it.

One new addition is our Knowledge Center where we are trying to share information about privacy and security issues. Within the Knowledge Center we have a section we call “The Lab” (click the tab in the Knowledge Center).

Anonymizer’s R&D team is always discovering new and interesting things so we decided we should set up some place where we can share them. To kick off the new section we have posted two videos. The first is a frightening video about Facebook security, and the second is a video of me which introduces the issue of on-line privacy. We plan to post more articles, white papers, and videos going forward.

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  • Golam · July 5, 2010 at 6:21 am

    Hi Lance,

    After couple of unanswered emails to support people, thought share my suggestion directly with you.
    Is it possible for Anonymizer Universal to use/support port 80(which is almost everywhere being left open) and other more common ports, since Anonymizer is a well known brand and many corporations simply block necessary ports (500, 1500, 1701, and 1702, …) for it?
    I have no problem using TNS but unable to use AU, over here in office.

    Thanks in advance,


  • Emily, Anonymizer Support · July 15, 2010 at 11:28 am

    I hope all your questions have been answered by our Support team that can be contacted directly through ts @ You can also reach Support by calling 888-270-0141 M-F 7:30am to 5:00pm PST. Your question and situation is being reported by other customers in non-business settings as well. Our R and D department is constantly at work to improve and enhance our services. They are hard at work developing solutions based upon feedback such as this that we receive from our customers. Suggestions, comments, and concerns submitted to support @ are reviewed individually by the Anonymizer Home User Management team. Anonymizer Universal was developed and shaped through these suggestions and comments.


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