Anonymizer software circumvents China's Great Firewall

Monday, 3 April 2006, 5:29 PM EST

Anonymizer on Saturday announced the availability of its Operation: Anti-Censorship software, which is designed to circumvent Chinese government efforts to block access to certain Web sites.

The software is available free to users who register their e-mail address at the Operation: Anti-Censorship Web site. The software requires a user to access the Internet from a Chinese IP (Internet Protocol) address for it to work.

At InfoWorld.

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