How to access block websites in schools or colleges etc

All people must familiar with the block websites in schools or colleges like Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, Bebo, Orkut etc. are blocked by the admin and you are not able to access these sites.

Below are some tricks to unblock these sites without admin privileges :-

1)Using IP Instead of URL

This depends on the software/application used. Sometimes blocked sites are stored as a list of URLs (eg. www.yahoo.com, www.gmail.com,etc) and typing the IP instead of the URL might sometimes work. In a local computer, doing a ping domain.com (ping www.facebook.com) command in Command Prompt (Mac users use Terminal) will return you the IP address. You can also find ip of wbsite online visit this site www.whatsmyip.org

2)Redirection with Short URL service

Sometimes the URL you intend to browse might be ban, but converting them to another a shorter URL with short URL services might just help you to bypass the settings.
Here’s 2 Short URL service we’ve previously mentioned – MooURL, SnipURL.

3)Google Cache

 

Search engines like Google and Yahoo cache webpages and these cached pages are stored in search engines themselves, which likely will be added to the blocked list. Click on the ‘cache’ will bring you to a cache version of the page, as updated as how Google caches it.

4)Internet Archive – Wayback Machine

Wayback Machine is a internet service that periodically keeps a copy of almost all websites in the Internet way from the date they’re started. Clicking on the latest copy of what Wayback Machine have should be somewhat similar to the real site. Another way to access blocked sites via caches.

5)Anonymous Surfing

6)Use Proxy in Browsers (Vpn also used that)

There are many of sites out there that distributes free proxies of almost any country. Here’s an example. Check out the following methods on how/where to insert proxies in your web browsers.how to implement blow apply this setting.
Proxy Surfing – Firefox
Under Advanced tab, select Network tab, then click inside Connection Settings.Select Manual proxy configuration, put proxy under HTTP proxy.
Proxy Surfing – Internet Explorer
Go to Tools -> Internet Options. Select Connections tab. Click into LAN Settings, check Proxy Server. Insert your proxy URL inside Address.

7)Bypass with Translations services

 

Online translation services like AltaVista BabelFish, Google Translate allows you to translate a website from one language to another and display the translated results on their own page.The trick here is to enter the URL (website you’re blocked), retranslate it even if you don’t need to and let Google or AltaVista fetch you the content.

8)Subscribe to RSS Feed

This might not work for all sites, but if the site you intended to visit provides RSS feeds, you can subscribe and read it with a RSS reader, or have it regularly send the contents to your email.

9)Retrieve web pages via Email

Web2Mail is a free service that sends websites you want to read right into your inbox. All you need to do is send an email to www@web2mail.com with the URL as subject title.

“Tutorial” : How To Downloading from ShareCash, FileIce, By using Sandboxie Only Using 7 Step

For all the people who have trouble with the surveys on ShareCash, here’s a way to download that works for me almost every time. This may or may not work on other survey sites.

What you’ll need:

Step 1: .hotspotshield download here
Step 2:.Sandboxie:download here

Download and install Sandboxie.

After installation, the Sandboxie window should come up. Close any prompts that may come up, right click ‘Sandbox DefaultBox’, and select ‘Run Sandboxed>Run Web Browser’. A new window with your default browser will come up.

If Firefox gives you an error ‘Firefox is already running, but is not responding. To open a new window, you must first close the existing Firefox process, or restart your system.’, just try opening it through Sandboxie again and it should work. You can tell that Firefox is running sandboxed when you see a pair of ‘[#]’ around the window name in your taskbar.

Step 3:
Copy and paste your link into the Sandboxed browser. When you see the infamous ‘Complete a Quick Survey to Continue!’ box, there should be at least one option to download some sort of game or toolbar. A lot of the time they don’t go right out and say that it’s a download just from the description, but ones that usually don’t ask for your opinion/personal info are the download ones. If you’re not sure, just click on them to check. I’m going to do the ‘Blow up all the balloons’ one.
 

Step 4:
On the new page, click the Download or Play Now button for whatever page Sharecash sent you to, and download the file.



If Sandboxie brings a prompt up asking to recover files out of the Sandbox, click ‘Close’.





Protip: If your antivirus is giving you trouble, just disable it. You’ll still be safe, as Sandboxie keeps it in a contained environment.

Step 5:
Run the file from the browser and before going on with the installation, ensure that you’re running it sandboxed by looking for those ‘[#]’ in the window name like we did before.

Go on with the installation. I recommend that you uncheck any offers to install software that’s unnecessary to going through the installation. It won’t hurt anything if you do, but it just takes longer.

Step 6:
Now that you’ve completed the installation, a page may open up, and $harecash should detect that you’ve installed it.

This time, however, when you download the actual file you were trying to, select ‘Recover’ when the Sandboxie prompt comes up.

Step 7:
Now, to clean everything up, we’re going to go to the Sandboxie Control, right click, and select ‘Delete Contents’. Select ‘Delete Contents’ on the next prompt and anything in the Sandboxie process tree should close. Now you’re clean!


I hope this helped. And to those who always complain about Sharecash, please remember that there are people working hard to make those programs you love, and Sharecash is an incentive for them to keep it free