A new tool to protect your internet from being manipulated by proxy browsers is being developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge.
The tool, named “ProxyBrowser,” was developed in collaboration with Google, Microsoft, and Twitter.
The team of researchers from the University and Google says the tool’s primary goal is to protect websites from the attack vectors described by the Symantec Virus Bulletin.
The research was funded by the National Science Foundation, Microsoft Corporation, and the United States Department of Homeland Security.
The new tool can detect and block the attack by proxy websites, and block all other attacks by proxy, said the team, which also includes members from the Google, Facebook, and Microsoft teams.
This means that websites that are being compromised are not being attacked by other proxy browsers that can use the same attack vectors, but by the proxy itself.
The researchers said this approach has the potential to prevent a large number of attacks, and will allow users to stay online without having their websites compromised.
The researchers say the ProxyBrowser project has been developed and tested with the help of Google and Facebook, but is being used by a wide range of sites, from news organizations to social media networks.
They say they plan to continue working on the Proxy Browser project.
“We’ve worked on other tools that are specifically targeted at protecting websites against attack vectors,” the researchers wrote in a blog post on the project.
“The ProxyBrowser tool is specifically targeted for blocking proxy-based attacks, so it should work for any web-based website.”
The new proxy-blocking tool works by tracking the traffic passing through the websites of affected sites.
In some cases, this can provide additional insight into the identity of the websites being attacked.
For example, if the website is attacked by a Google proxy, ProxyBrowser will warn users to turn off their browser and to use a VPN.
If the website attacks by a Facebook proxy, the tool will warn people to “block proxy traffic.”
The tool also tells users to “stay away from proxies,” but does not explain why.
The website may be vulnerable to other attacks, the researchers said.
The Proxy Browser team plans to release a more comprehensive tool later this year that will offer more detailed information on proxy attacks.