Stuck behind a firewall? Don't Want To Be Monitored? Use HTTP-Tunnel!

HTTP-Tunnel acts as a socks server, allowing you to use your Internet applications safely despite restrictive firewalls and/or you not be monitored at work, school, goverment and gives you a extra layer of protection against hackers, spyware, ID theft's with our encryption.

Reason For HTTP-Tunnel

If you answer yes to any of these, HTTP-Tunnel is the answer:

  • Need to bypass any firewall
  • Need secure internet browsing
  • Need to use favorite programs with out being monitored by work, school, ISP or gov.
  • Extra security for online transactions
  • Encrypt all your Internet traffic.
  • Need play online games
  • Visit sites that you are previously blocked
  • Prevent 3rd party monitoring or regulation of your Internet browsing and downloads
  • Use your favorite applications previously blocked
  • Hide your IP address
  • Make it next to impossible for you to identify online.
  • Free unlimited data transfer
  • Compatible with most major Internet applications
  • Secure and virus-free servers
  • 99% uptime
  • No spam, pop-ups, or banners

Supported Applications & Guides

A list of some of the more popular supported applications can be found here. Also, user guides to help you configure your HTTP-Tunnel Client can be found.


Low Bandwidth Service Features:

  • Free option for moderate users
  • Sufficient for Instant Messaging programs (Trillian, ICQ, etc.)
  • Good for users who only need to access blocked web sites
  • No spam, pop-ups, or banners

High Bandwidth Service Features:

  • High speed option for power users
  • No bandwidth limitation
  • Ideal for users behind a high speed internet connection (Cable/DSL modem, T1, etc.)
  • Good for applications which are transfer-intensive (peer-to-peer programs, FTP, etc.)
  • No spam, pop-ups, or banners

If any technical problems are encoutered, it is recommended to visit the support page for assistance prior to asking for a refund.

OS Requirements

HTTP-Tunnel runs on a variety of Windows operating systems (Windows 98, ME, NT 4.X, 2000 and XP). There are currently no releases available for Unix or MacIntosh platforms.


Your Internet application sends data to the HTTP-Tunnel Client, which in turn tunnels the data over HTTP (port 80) to the HTTP-Tunnel servers. The servers then send the data to the intended destination and forward the responses back to the HTTP-Tunnel client. This forwarding technique effectively bypasses firewalls, (and/or for users whom want a secure, monitor free usage), permitting the user to successfully use thier favorite application.