Top 5 Ways to Access Blocked Websites – Part II

Top 5 Ways to Access Blocked Websites – Part II

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 are not so common and thus generally not known to most people. So here they go:

Method 1: Using Google Mobile Search

You can use Google Mobile Search to indirectly gain access to your desired website. Google Mobile Search removes the CSS & javascript elements from the web pages and breaks a large page into several small pages. Though the output will appear as if you are viewing the website on a mobile phone, this method certainly works quite well.

Method 2: Get Web Pages Via Email

Web2Mail is a great free service that sends websites you want to read directly into your inbox. Simply send an email to www@web2mail.com with the URL of the blocked website as the subject title and you will start receiving web pages from the website into your inbox.

Method 3: Using Encrypted VPN Service

The Your Freedom OpenVPM service is a sophisticated application that hides your network address from the end server. You just need to download the client application , install it and subsequently run it on your computer. Your PC will start acting as an anonymous web proxy and you can safely gain access to all blocked websites.

Similarly you can also download and use Tor , which is an advanced proxy server that uses multiple anonymous servers for a single Web request and allows you to access blocked websites while remaining anonymous.

Method 4: Using JAP

JAP or JonDo is a popular client that acts as a local proxy between the browser and the internet, allowing you to browse the blocked websites while remaining anonymous the whole time. As JAP uses a single static address which is shared by many JAP users, the end server won’t get to know your real IP address. All you need to do is to download the JAP client and install it. Then you need to change your LAN settings in whatever browser you are using (through Tools->Internet Options) and check “Use a Proxy server for your LAN” option (or “Manual Proxy configuration” in Firefox). Enter “127.0.0.1″ in the server column and “4001″ in the port column. Then run the JAP client and check the “On” option under Anonymity tab. Now simply open your browser and browse the blocked websites freely.

Method 5: Using Wayback Machine

Wayback Machine is an internet service that keeps a copy of almost all websites on the internet right from the date they were started. Cached pages of each website are available, using which you can indirectly gain access to the blocked websites. However the only downside is that there is a 6 month time lag before the pages appear in the Wayback Machine.

Let’s see an example. My ISP has blocked IsoHunt, which is a major bit-torrent website. However by entering the URL of IsoHunt on Wayback Machine, I was able to access it without any problems. I then searched “America” on IsoHunt. Here’s the screenshot (Click on the image to enlarge it).

Do you know of any other ways to access blocked websites? Do share them with us.

Also, stay tuned for the next article in this series – “How to Open Facebook at School & Office”.

6 thoughts on “Top 5 Ways to Access Blocked Websites – Part II”

  1. There are few online accoutrement that can abduction the screenshot of a webpage and again email the screenshot to you. If you wish to admission the agreeable of a webpage, you can aswell use these services. It can accord you pixel absolute screenshots. So, you can calmly see what the page contains and how it looks like. Some nice accoutrement are browsershots.org and Ctrlq Screenshot capture.

  2. These are all great tricks, but if you`re looking for a permanent fix to unblocking sites, your best bet is a VPN service, like http://www.sunvpn.com/ Unlike a proxy, a VPN will also encrypt your traffic, and will usually get you better speeds.

  3. Hello Harshit,
    Such a awesome site you are running here and your tips is Just the Bulletin. Wayback Machine is really something new which i don’t know yet. Thanks for share.

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