6 Ways to Access Blocked Websites

The most effective methods for accessing blocked websites at work, school, or college include: – There’s nothing pressing on your schedule, so you decide to check in with your Facebook buddies instead. Imagine this: you’ve just gotten up, opened your laptop, logged into your school’s WiFi, typed in the Facebook URL, and clicked Enter. The college network responds with a “Access Denied” warning at the most inopportune time. I know firsthand how frustrating that is because I’ve been there. But the college administration doesn’t realise that the Internet cannot be contained in a vault.

The more they try to seal it off, the more determined we will be to find a way in. The security of a network can be broken in numerous ways. I’ve made an effort to include most of the options available to you for getting around restrictions on social media and other sites when using a computer at school or the office. If you want to know the secret behind this easy trick, keep reading.

Through Proxy Sites

A proxy server is a server that works as an intermediary and obtains the information that you request on your behalf. It does this by acting on your behalf. Because it conceals your identity, a lot of people use it to get around restrictions placed on websites they want to visit. On the internet, there are a lot of proxy servers that users can access for free of charge. In the screenshot below, you can see that I accessed facebook.com by using the proxy server that is hosted on ProxySite.com. This is possible because facebook.com is typically blocked on the networks that are used in schools and places of employment.

Using IP address

Using the Command Prompt, you will be able to visit websites that have been restricted. To accomplish this, first right-click the Command Prompt icon and select the “Run as administrator” option from the context menu. Then, at the command prompt, type ping followed by the URL of the site that is being blocked. To visit the sites that have been blacklisted, use the IP address that is returned by Command Prompt.

Using Internet Wayback Machine

use wayback machine

The Internet Archive is the most extensive website ever created for the purpose of archiving older versions of any website. Given that it is not a proxy site, there is absolutely no chance that it will be blocked. Therefore, you won’t have any trouble using it to visit even the most restricted websites at your school, institution, or place of employment. Simply conduct a search on the website, and then, on the following page, select the most recent day from the calendar to access the restricted content.

Using Decimal Codes

use decimal code

To access a website that has been blocked, you can access the website by converting the IP address of the website to its decimal equivalent.
Locating the website’s IP address is the first step.
Then you simply need to change your IP address to decimal format.

Through Google Translate

using google translate

You can gain access to websites that are prohibited on a network by utilising Google Translate, which is an effective method. You can access the restricted website by translating its URL into any regional language, and then using the translated link to navigate to the restricted website.

Using Google cache

Simply conduct a search for the website using Google, and when the results appear, click the icon that looks like a triangle at the end of the green url. Next, select cached from the drop-down menu. Using this method, you will only be able to access the site’s top page or a page that you have specifically looked for.

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