CoDeeN proxy is a service of PlanetLab. PlanetLab is a global research network supported by government and big companies such as Google and Intel.
What is CoDeeN Proxy
CoDeeN is a service deployed on PlanetLab. It’s a content distribution network. But users can use it as a public proxy. Since those proxies are special, we call them codeen proxy. If you see these text when you use a proxy, you are using a CoDeeN proxy.
At the end of the page, you will see:
You will be redirected to the page you have just requested in ten seconds.
Just click that link or wait for 10 seconds to continue to surf the page that you requested. Sometimes you may be required to input some code to identify yourself as a human.
CoDeeN Proxy Limit
CoDeeN proxies have some limits. You cannot login forums, download files or surf https sites. However you can use them to surf most ordinary sites.
You can switch to another proxy if you do not want to use CoDeeN proxies. The fast way to identify a CoDeeN proxy is to remember most 3124/3127 proxies are CoDeeN proxies.
EPS Professional can correctly test whether a proxy is a CoDeeN proxy:
No CoDeeN Proxy Any More
In 2012 or earlier, CoDeeN denied the access from public users. Thus you can not find CoDeeN proxy any more.