CoDeen is a list of proxies, a pretty outdated list at that.
Have y'all tried CoDeeN as an alternative to using proxies, PacketFlip, or onion routing with Tor?
You're correct, technically. CoDeeN is just a different type of proxy architecture.
A friend recently had CoDeeN work for him to access a site that was blocking all Tor exit points.
there is another one called Corel Content distrubtion network, where you add .nyud.net
to the url, so try this hxxp://netbuilders.org.nyud.net
very cool. But doesn't allow Post form submit. So not usefull if you want to login into anything. Just read only.
and its in now way 100% anonymous, it loads only content and follows links that are using relative urls. Like if the image is loaded like
<img src="/images/example.jpg"/> that will load threw the nyud.net domain, but this will not <img src="http://example.com/images/example.jpg"/>
The Coral CDN looks pretty interesting.
It did successfully mask my IP from What's My IP.
I was surprised how large and old this thing it. It was 260 nodes and has been running since 2004.
It's a project of PlanetLab. PlanetLab is funded by the U.S. taxpayer through the NSF and DARPA, and by corporate sponsors such as Intel, HP, and Google.
Corel CDN is meant for getting to content when the target site is overwhelmed. Say like a Digg.com article if you can't possible get on the site becuase the server is overloaded (Digg effect heh). If someone else used Coral CND to view it prior to you, then you may be luck to read that article now then waiting for there server load to get lighter.. It sounds good in theory. I wonder how many actually use it.