Connect to Newsgroups, FTP, IRC, ICQ and Email (POP/IMAP) even if you are behind a firewall blocking access to these programs/protocols. AntiFirewall will penetrate the firewall and connect to the Internet address of your choice, making it possible for you to read and post to News and use FTP, IRC, ICQ from behind the firewall. Anonymize your connections to Newsgroups, FTP, IRC, ICQ and Email (POP/IMAP). Talk safely to perfect strangers: the destination computers won't know your true IP address (it will be replaced by a different address, which they won't be able to trace back to your company or home computer). If you have no firewall to break free from, you can still use AntiFirewall as an effective anonymizer. FTP: Download/upload files via FTP with standard FTP software like CuteFTP even if FTP is blocked by your firewall; your FTP connection is anonymous, i.e. your IP address is hidden from the FTP server. You can connect to the FTP servers which require a password as well as to the so-called "anonymous FTP" sites, which don't ask for a logon name and a password. AntiFirewall supports all standard FTP client programs. IRC: Chat with your friends using standard IRC programs like mIRC even if access to the IRC protocol is blocked by your firewall; your IRC connection is anonymous, i.e. your IP address is hidden from the IRC network and other IRC users. ICQ: Keep in touch with your friends and family, even from behind a firewall. Talk to strangers safely: your IP address is hidden from the ICQ network and other ICQ users. Usenet News: Read and post to newsgroups with standard newsreader software like Outlook or Agent even if the news access protocol, NNTP, is blocked by your firewall; your IP address is hidden from the news server, so it won't be possible to track your postings back to to your actual location. Email (POP3/IMAP only): Read email from your personal account when you are at work and when access to POP/IMAP is blocked by the firewall.