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Introduction and Rationale

It has been known that rogue states but also companies and universities put restrictions to the Internet usage. These restrictions are so aggresive and perverse that the Internet experience of the end-user is completely compromised.

WebSense comes to the rescue by providing stealth anonymity to the masses, allowing them to browse the Internet without restrictions. Due to this, WebSense is severely unpopular in specific non-secural countries; merely having WebSense software installed on your computer may land you in jail for two years.

Technical details

WebSense offers anonymous secure proxy servers that end-users can connect to. Once such a server is blocked, WebSense activates a new one and informs the users to switch to it.


The motto of WebSense is Putting the Sense back in the Web, WebSense.


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