PirateSnoop 1.0 Alpha (2015) PC

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___________PirateSnoop|| Platform: PC || Version: 1.0______
______Language: Russian and others ||Tablet: Not required || Year: 2015____

A browser based on Iron Chrome - with a built-in special extension and some additional user settings that will allow you to view websites blocked by providers. PirateSnoop does not use the Tor network because anonymous network nodes are not allowed to connect on many torrent sites. Instead, traffic goes over HTTPS through PirateSnoop's own network of proxy servers. The browser constantly updates the proxy list if someone blocks IP addresses.--

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Almost every country has a list of banned sites. In Europe, file-sharing sites are blocked, the Chinese authorities do not like Western social networks. In recent years, the fashion with blocking sites has reached Russia, Ukraine, with its own specifics.
One way or another, but many users want to bypass technical barriers. For a literate person, it is not difficult to do this through a proxy or VPN, but it is always nice to know about the appearance of a new free solution that is convenient to use. Every housewife can easily use the new "anti-censorship" PirateSnoop browser. Of course, if she can download it from torrents (the program is distributed exclusively in this way).
PirateSnoop is made on the basis of SRWare Iron, which, in turn, is built on Chromium. The developers of SRWare Iron initially set out to protect users from online surveillance and picked up a set of correct settings.
The creators of PirateSnoop from the torrent site RARBG have added another feature to the standard Chromium interface: this is a cute pirate button in the upper right corner, next to the address bar. By clicking it, you can bypass almost any censorship.
Unlike PirateBrowser, the Tor network is not used here, since Tor nodes are not allowed to connect on many torrent sites. Instead, traffic goes over HTTPS through PirateSnoop's own network of proxy servers. The browser constantly updates the proxy list if someone blocks their IP addresses. New versions of PirateSnoop are released simultaneously with the SRWare Iron core update.
The RARBG group is sure that even in Nazi Germany there were not as many prohibitions on the dissemination of information as in the modern democratic Internet.

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