We’ve all seen the ads for the cheapest web proxies on the web.
And then there’s this one from Rotating Proxy maker Bluecoat that’s designed to help you figure out which one is right for you.
Bluecoat claims it’s the only reliable proxy checker you can rely on.
It’s also one of the few that won’t show you ads when you go to sign up for its site.
Rotating proxy maker Bluecoats proxy checkers for the web, and its own website.
We tested Bluecoat’s proxy check tool, Bluecoat, and the service it’s providing to us, and both tools were pretty reliable.
We were able to test both Bluecoat and Rotating on two sites that had been blocked by the US government for violating its terms of service.
Blue Coat worked flawlessly for us, with no noticeable errors.
The tool worked for two of the sites, one of which was blocked by US authorities.
Bluecoat proxy check in action, with one of our sites still blocking.
The other site had been hit with a ban on the US Government for violating a section of its terms, but Bluecoat was able to get its service back up and running.
Both sites we tested worked flawfully, but one was a little slow on our tests, while the other wasn’t so much.
Bluecoat also claimed it has a tool to automatically detect when a site is blocked by a US Government or a company.
It doesn’t automatically flag any of these sites, but it does flag sites where it detects a “banned” message.
While Bluecoat has a disclaimer stating it’s a proxy check, we found it was mostly about showing you a list of blocked sites, not an indication of which ones Bluecoat detects.
Blue coat did tell us it’s not an official proxy check service, but that it can detect “a lot of sites that are blocked by your ISP.”
And it’s worth noting that the US blocked websites we tested were sites that were blocked by Google.
Bluecat also said that if a website you’re interested in isn’t listed on its list, you can contact the site and ask it to remove the blocking.
This approach seems like Bluecoat is trying to make its proxy check easier to use, and to make it easier to tell when a website is blocked.
The proxy check is a bit tricky to set up.
You need to install Bluecoat on your computer, then run it.
This process is fairly straightforward.
You’ll need to create an account on Bluecoat.com.
After that, you’ll be able to access your proxy check and other features on the website.
BlueCat has also included an “advanced” version of the proxy check.
This version of Blue Coat is more complex and requires you to setup a different account.
BlueCoat also has a free version of its proxy checking tool that works on all platforms, including Chrome.
BlueCats proxy checking is also available on the company’s website.
In the future, BlueCatos is hoping to expand its service to other countries.
BlueChain and Rotators proxy check also aren’t available through Bluecoat itself, so we didn’t test them either.
We’re going to keep testing BlueCoats proxy test tool, but for now, it’s more about telling you which proxies are the most reliable.