Freegate is software that enables internet users from mainland China, Syria, Iran, Vietnam and United Arab Emirates, among others, to view websites blocked by their governments. The program takes advantage of a range of open proxies, which allow users to penetrate firewalls used to block web sites. Developer Dynamic Internet Technology (DIT) estimates Freegate has 200,000 users. The maintainer and CEO of DIT is Bill Xia. This program helps millions of Internet users in China to access the Internet faster and more stably. Many users report that Freegate makes visiting overseas websites as fast as visiting local ones. Now it is available to users outside China as shareware. Without license, user may be able to use it for a few minutes. Licensed user will be able to use it up to the subscribed amount of data transfer that comes with that license. A unique encryption and compression algorithm is implemented to secure and optimize users online activities. Version 6.80 supports simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese, English, Spanish and Farsi interfaces. If your selected language does not display correctly, please 1) download the dynamic link library (.dll) file from the Dynaweb download page, 2) place it in the same directory as Freegate’s executable (.exe) file, and 3) restart Freegate. What’s new in this version: Freegate is available to users outside China as shareware. Without license, user may be able to use it for a few minutes. Licensed user will be able to use it up to the allowed amount of data transfer that comes with that license.
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