How To Unblock Sites At School – Myspace, etc.


How To Unblock Sites At School

By Besmir Bregasi

How many times you have been at school or work and wanted to browse your favourite sites, but guess what, they were blocked! Happened a lot to me, or at least until I heard of web proxies.They are web sites that let you unblock sites by your administrator.

How is that possible?

Basically they retreive the page you want to surf and display it for you.So, you connect to the web proxy, and it connects to the blocked site.It’s like a person in the middle.

For what are they used else?

Web proxies, besides unblocking unblock sites, p.s myspace unblock, they are used to protect your privacy.That means that you dont show your IP to the sites you connect, but show the proxies IP.

How can I find them? (click here–on that website type in and there you go) is one of the safest and most reliable ways to beat the blocking of Myspace. Or…

Just make a google search for terms like proxy or unblock sites and you will get thousands of working proxies.It’ just that easy 😉 .

What if you don’t like proxies?

While proxy servers are extremely popular in helping to get past firewalls there are still other sneaky ways in which you can get on MySpace at school as well. For example, you could use Google to load the cached version of the site. This works because the cached version of the site is usually filter free. To do this you will need to go to Google first, type in MySpace and then go to the first link, but make sure you click on cached not the actual URL link.

Another way would be to try changing the prefix of the site name. For example, instead of typing in you would type in “” Of course, you can use other prefixes besides home, such as invite, search, mail, blog, favorites, groups, forum, events, music, signup, chat, etc. Just make sure you put the dot (.) before the rest of the URL.

You might also try using a language translator page in order to translate the site from another language into English. There are several sites that offer this type of service including Google Language Tools, FreeTranslation, and Babel Fish Translation.

If you are a bit more technically minded another method would be to install a circumventor. A circumventor program can be used to sneak past all kinds of web blocking programs. Be aware that you won’t actually be installing the program on the computer from which the firewall is blocking the site you want to see. Instead, the program is installed on a different machine, one that is not blocked. So, for example, you wouldn’t install the circumventor on the computer at school; it would be installed on a computer at home. After the circumventor program has been installed it will provide you with URL for the new circumventor, you take that with you and use that URL to sneak past the firewall or other type of web blocking device.

It is important to know that whatever computer you install the circumventor on must have a fast Internet connect, not dial-up. It should also be running either Windows XP or 2000. In addition, the computer must be turned on and hooked up to the Internet in order for the circumventor to work. Peacefire offers information where to download circumventor programs.

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