[/B][/B]NetShade (google it) rocks! I love everything about it!! It changes your IP (USA, China, Canada etc..) for Website Browsing. With a found serial (mssg me for more info =), you can use the public proxies available over port 80 (dunno if it covers 443 for SSL) for as long as you want without having a full purchase. But with a real serial, while redirecting your IP to any website you visit, you can access US private proxies with faster pings. I just stick to the Public ones, they seem to be fast enough for the times I would like to block (torrent postings and nasty sites). A couple downfalls include slow connections, and google keeps asking you for confirmation code from a picture because it doesn't trust the IP you are using or what not. Three Questions!! 1) Does NetShade "redirect" port 443 for SSL sites (does it change my IP when I'm not using Port 80)? (don't feel like doing my own tests) =P 2) Any one know if any safer, faster, better, cheaper way to change or block your IP address from protocols Port 80 or other on OS X? 3) Dare I say it, Is there a Windows PC version similar to NetShade that any one knows of?