Jun 24, 2010

Sep 28, 2006 · P-Dubb October 6, 2006 09:04 PM. the reason why everything is blocked is because the schools track the most visited sites and block them so if you find a new way to unblock sumthing and you tell everyone about it in school then the school will figure it out and then they will block anyways u got around the proxys so if you find a new way keep it to yourself and dont use it constantly Jun 24, 2010 · I can't access the Internet on my iPod Touch 2G after midnight on weeknights, and I'm pretty sure my parents installed some sort of blocker. The bars show up on it and it says it is connected, but whenever I try to go online the page appears to be loading, but it takes a lot longer than when I am on before midnight. I haven't waited long enough for it to load, and I don't know if it ever would Feb 01, 2012 · YouTube Videos Blocked in your Country You could be staying in a country like US, UK or India but may not be able to watch every video on YouTube - that’s because the content owners have allowed access to that video only from certain countries or geographic regions. There is a reason why they are blocked. I will assume that by security you mean anti-virus or some form of web protection. Most protections, have an option to warn you and not completely block your access to the page as well as an ability add exce

Nov 30, 2019

Firewall Bypass: How to Surf Your Favorite Sites from In offices, schools and even in some countries like China, it’s common to see access to social media sites like Facebook and Twitter being blocked by system admins. Most of the times, this is supposed to both increase productivity and protect you from the general negativity of the Internet…

Lifehacker provides a helpful guide for Facebook addicts everywhere. How does one get around an employer's website blocker? The trick is to set up a local web server running from home, from which you can use a proxy to access any site you please. For those who are tech-deficient (myself included), here's a brief breakdown of Lifehacker's quick crash course on proxy servers: