This webpage shows your referrer. As simple as that. Your referrer is the page you’re coming from. Why would you want to know your referrer? In other words: Why should we tell you which website you visited just a second ago? This service is mainly used by people who want to test whether their anonymization service or their browser settings work correctly. If you came to this site by clicking on a link on another page and can’t see your referrer above, that means neither we nor other website owners can track your source. You’re one step further on your way anonymity on the internet!
Post public links to other websites – without letting the websites’ owners trace the resulting traffic back to you.
HOW IT WORKS
Do you want to include a link to another website on a page, message board or blog? Did you know that when people click on the link, the owner of the other website can easily find out it was you who sent them?
Did you know that when people click on the link, the owner of the other website can easily find out it was you who referred them?
To create links that can’t be traced back to you, use our Anonymous Referrer tool. When you process links this way, third parties can only trace the hits they get back to our website – anonymiz! – and no further.
Did you know that when you link to someone’s website from yours, your site shows up in their logs as a referring URL. Most of us don’t have a problem with that. But in certain situations, you may not want your site to be known to the referred site’s webmaster. Anonymize Links is a simple plugin that takes advantage of anonymiz.com to make your links anonymous.
Anonymize Links automatically changes the links from your site into an anonymous format. It adds anonym.to to your links to do this. Don’t want all your links to be in this format? This plugin makes that option available to you. You do want to be very careful when using this plugin. Hiding the source for your links is not something that all your visitors will like.
Webmasters can use this tool to prevent their site from appearing in the server logs of referred pages as referrer. The operators of the referred pages cannot see where their visitors come from any more. HideRef.org uses the double-forward strategy to make the anonymous forwarding possible. The advantages of different types of forwarding are put together here. The user is forwarded twice. At the first, the transferred information on the referring page will be deleted (referer header will be empty). Some browser still continue to send this information. Therefore, in the second step we will check whether the deletion has worked. If it is not the case, we will further use the Iframe redirection. Otherwise, users will be simply forwarded to the target page with a quick header redirection.