Some methods also prevent OS version and Web page history from being forwarded to the Web page.
Web pages that purposefully allow users to browse the Web by hiding their IP address, or other personal identification information, in order to bypass local filtering policies and access any Web page.Anonymizer Web pages will also block any tracking technologies, such as cookies or browser history.Internet Relay Chat (IRC) is included in this category.While instant messaging has some of the same risks, it includes additional risks and is not Web based, see "Instant Messaging" for additional information.Much of this content is at the extremes of public opinion.
Examples include suicide pacts, pro-anorexia, xenophobic, ethnocentric, fundamentalist viewpoints, disinformation, or critical examination of one group of people.
Multi-level marketing ventures are included when the focus is on running the business.
Personal pages and Web hosting Web pages are not included.
Web pages that do not intend to hide a user are not included in this category; see "Anonymizing Utilities".
Web pages that result in anonymous Web browsing without the explicit intent to provide such a service.
Exploits, sometimes called drive-by-downloads, can install themselves on unprotected computers often without a consumer's knowledge, where the code can install keystroke loggers (to steal passwords) and Trojan programs (to turn a computer into a 'bot’ or ‘slave machine').