Nowadays all major browsers are opening web pages by default in https, if not they
alert the users if the web page is not secure, and also search engines
like Google are penalizing non https website in therm of SEO ranking. Because
of this the majority of websites have enabled https and made it the only entry point
to their web pages, redirecting http to https. The problem with some proxies
is that they can't connect to HTTP websites, but with out proxies you don't have this problem.
Creating connections to https websites is a bit tricky. TLS/SSL (The S in HTTPS) guarantees that there are no eavesdroppers between you and the server you are contacting so this begs the question: how can one remain anonymous and still manage to connect to such endpoints?
We offer both HTTP proxies and SOCKSv5 proxies that work for HTTPS. We recommend buying SOCKS5 but HTTP proxies can work to if your software is able to use CONNECT to establish a TCP tunnel (SSL tunneling).