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Am I anonymous to my provider?
(other tech support topics)
On the one hand, since there is no encryption involved, your provider technically can see all your data travelling through the connection.
On the other hand, AntiFirewall handles the connection traffic and data in a non-standard way; your irc chats, news messages, ftp downloads etc are "tunnelled" through a proxy, and in many cases your ISP's logs will show only the address of the proxy server as the destination address of the connection, without recording the actual protocol (ftp/irc/etc) or the destination address. So, it is often better than a "naked" connection made without Antifirewall, but you shouldn't think about it as a totally secure means of communication.Tech. Support Topics
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