Monday, September 17, 2007

How To Access Blocked WebSites


So u want to access any site which is blocked in ur office ,here are few tips to bypass firewalls and restrictions and accessing blocked websites

* You can try typing the IP address instead of the URL in the address bar. But if the ISP software maps the IP address to the web server (reverse DNS lookup), the website will remain blocked.

* Use a URL redirection service like or This sometimes work as the address in the the url box remain the redirect or spoofed url and can bypass the site name keywords

* Use Google Mobile Search. Google display the normal HTML pages as if you are viewing them on a mobile phone. During the translation, Google removes the javascript content and CSS scripts and breaks a longer page into several smaller pages. like when u access this blog through google mobile it will look like this

* Enter the URL in Google or Yahoo search and then click the cached page. To retrieve the page more quickly from Google's cache, click "Cached Text Only" while the browser is loading the page from cache.See cached version of this blog , click here

* Using google translation service as a proxy, using google translation service u may access the bolcked sites sometime as well Try like this

* U can also look for web based proxy sites which are not blocked , they are really good for accessing blocked sites , just google for "web based proxy" and u'll find several proxy web sites

* Another option is bit complicated, u can use http tunnel to access blocked site for this Go to this site and download the http-tunnel software


3 comments to "How To Access Blocked WebSites"

Anonymous said...
6:47 AM

To bypass blocked access I use account. During lots of attempts I found just only the solution - OpenVPN from StrongVPN. I can use it with my iPhone or iPode, the support helps with everything!

Anonymous said...
1:15 PM

Hi, I have used Vidalia bundle
Vidalia is a cross-platform controller GUI for the Tor software, built using the Qt framework.
add tor to fire fox
it helps

administrator said...
5:14 PM

Google translate works well I find. But for a more serious solution you should considerforking out for a VPN service

(Buy VPN)

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