Many governments, campus, Internet Service Providers block website for various reasons. Government use to practice blocking a site to stop privacy, hateful and anti-national content, similarly campus Wi-Fi don’t want you to spend your time on YouTube or other entertainment website and your Internet service provider will block websites to stop you from pirating and
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Being restricted access to some useful sites and sometimes entertainment sites can be very frustrating. Schools and office restrict access to sites like YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and gaming servers like mine craft. A VPN (Virtual private network) is an ideal solution to bypass these restrictions, but its not always possible to use a VPN be
There are hundreds of VPN Services out there each offering different sets of features and services at different costs but with the same promise of Anonymity. VPN is now a popular choice when it comes to maintaining anonymity over a network. With so many VPN services it’s really a very daunting task to select one
If you want to surf the web anonymously, ‘VPN’ is the way. VPN services let you enjoy the waves of web by hiding your identity. VPN services assign different servers to you and as a result, whatever you visit online looks as it is visited by user located at the location where the server is.
What is Proxy ? Before going to know “what is proxy ?” you all are familiar with the term “Internet”. Internet is basically a client-server architecture which uses different protocols like Http, SMTP, FTP to exchange the data over the network. That is user requests for a file/media that he is interested in, and server
While downloading a file at work or school, you might have got a message like “The request or reply is too large“. This is due to the download size limit set by your ISP(Internet Service Provider). Your ISP has set a download file size limit which won’t allow you to access a file larger than
Given below is a list of best known tools available free online to bypass any firewall.You may use any of the following:JAP,ultrasurf,TOR,HotSpot Shield,Hopster,GPass,Freegate,etc.
What is DNS? If you’re a total newbie to these terms, here is a quick summary. DNS is an acronym for Domain Name System, which basically translates websites’ domain URL in IP address. DNS servers are maintained mostly by ISPs (Internet Service Providers), and they have total control on it. But why DNS in so
When browsing over massive and never ending World Wide Web or internet, we often come across various visible and hidden threats. These threats can be in the form of viruses, malware, keyloggers, spyware, etc. One of the easiest ways to stay safe from these threats is to use an updated antivirus program with an active
Very often those of us who live outside US and UK are stuck with problem that a particular site or online service is only available in US or UK. This restriction based on country can be bypassed using a VPN client.VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. But often setting up a VPN is not a very and straight
With various national and international committees and governments trying to censor the Internet users are in continuous search of ways to bypass the web censorship and access blocked website. One such way is TOR browser, which is essentially a pack of software that is all that you will need to bypass the web censorship. TOR
Everyday you browse the internet through your browser with the help of ISP[Internet service provider] connection. But did you know that you leave the traces behind the server each website you visits and what you browses in it and for how much time you stayed onto that website every activity is stored in the server
These days most academic institutions and corporate offices block popular social networking websites like Twitter, Facebook and Orkut so that students/employees don’t waste their time chatting with their buddies or checking their status updates and focus on being more productive instead. However if you are addicted to Facebook but are unable to access it due
This post is a continuation of our recent article “Top 5 Ways to Access Blocked Websites“ in which we covered the most popular 5 ways using which you can unblock restricted websites at school, work or office. In this part II, we will discuss 5 more rather unconventional methods of unblocking websites, most of which