ISP Proxies vs Residential Proxies

1. ISP (Internet Service Provider) Proxies


An ISP proxy is a tool that allows users to access websites anonymously. ISPs have been known to block certain sites due to copyright infringement issues. However, they do not always block these sites completely. An ISP proxy enables you to bypass their blocking mechanisms and gain access to blocked content. There are many different types of ISP proxies. Most people use VPN services to connect to their internet service provider. A VPN encrypts your data while it travels across the Internet. When you connect to a VPN server, your connection becomes encrypted. Your ISP cannot read what you are doing online. You can browse the web safely and securely using a VPN.


2. Residential Proxies


A residential proxy is a tool that helps you bypass any restrictions placed on your home network. These tools allow you to access restricted websites without being detected. If you are trying to get around school filtering software, then you may want to consider using a residential proxy.