Wednesday, August 6, 2014

How To Access Blocked Websites At Your College or Workplace.

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So you are the one who is really desperate to watch some pornography, huh! Too bad the sites are blocked. And now that you have tried to open such sites it gave a report to the cops and they are on their way. NAH! I am just messing with you. But don’t try to get access to such sites they are full of viruses.

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Nowadays our favorite websites like Facebook, Torrent, YouTube and others are becoming blocked in many colleges, schools and workplace for college students & employees. There are several tricks out there to open blocked websites. Now I am going to tell you 8 useful tricks on how to access websites that are blocked at your college, schools or workplace. 

So How To Access Blocked Websites At Your College or Workplace.

Answer is by using Proxy Servers.

Proxy websites are online proxy servers. A proxy server is a means to indirectly access a website with the help of a browser to hide the location of the user. It accepts the request of a particular web page, processes the request, gets the required web page and displays instantaneously back to the user.
In other words, a proxy server is a way to bypass filters and get access to blocked websites on the internet.

Web servers not only allow you to blocking censors, they also guard your IP address or identity, giving you complete concealment on the Internet. Proxy servers acts as a mask for you as you surf the internet. One of the most widespread proxy server on the Internet is a website called Anonymizer, which allows you anonymous access to blocked websites on the Internet. Here's the link

As the name suggests, this is a Russian website. There lot of real-world advantages of using a Russian website. Most Russian websites are free and more notably, most of them are totally anonymous and do not preserve any records of their users’ activities.

Once you have connected to Anonymizer, type in the address of the website you need in the space provided on the top right corner of then screen, click on whatsoever looks like ‘Submit’ button.

For example, if you type Anonymizer will connect you to Google website, fetch the webpage and display it on your screen, Google will record that someone from Russia is connecting to it, but not your IP address. From the other side, your local network administrator will record that you are simply connecting to Anonymizer website, and not to Google.

If you use Anonymizer from or repeatedly enough, sooner or later your network administrator will block them as well. But the good news is that there are thousands of such web proxies available on the internet. Some of the most popular and consistent ones are mentioned below.


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