Gpass and Gtunnel have a similar work mode and configuration. In networks where both are blocked, there are options like skype mode and tor mode where the anti-censorship software is tunneled through another software. There is also an option to use it via socks proxy. Gpass bypasses firewall and protects your identity on the internet. After connection, you can launch your desired browser or application from the gpass window, and you can add new applications as well. It is a small executable file that needs no installation.

You can click here to read the frequently asked questions about Gpass.

Publisher’s description: GPass is a free anti-censorship software widely used by web surfers in repressive regimes to defeat Internet censorship. Highlights of features:
(1)It uses innovative secure Internet access mechanisms to effectively protect users privacy and online safety.
(2)It supports Web2.0 websites access, multimedia players, email clients and instant messengers.
(3)It supports Skype and Tor as backup tunnels, in addition to the GPass native tunnels.
(4)It has English, Chinese, and Iranian (Farshi) language interface.
(5)Its appearance can be changed with skins.
(6)It can be used as a replacement of SocksCap with external socks5 servers.
(7)Its data security companion, GSafe, includes a bookmark manager, multi-track calendar planner, to-do list, and safe notes. To ensure information security for end users, the data in these modules is saved with AES256 strong encryption.
(8)It does not need installation and can run off a portable flash drive.

OS: Windows Vista, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Licence: Free

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