In School? At Work? Get on whatever site you want!

My work is actually pretty good, the only site that's blocked is facebook. Even so i'm a geek and know how to use a proxy. A proxy is a server that, in simple terms, is a middleman between you and the internet. It's usually how school/work blocks sites, etc.

You go online and when you search your searches go through the proxy and then out into the internet.

School/work however likely hasn't blocked all sites, and this is where online proxies come in. You go onto a site, enter the URL (web address) you want and that site will then go to the site for you and display it. So you never actually visit that site, they can't catch you, unless they catch you in person xD

If that's not clear enough, just try it out. If you have any questions just post them and i'll get back to you.

Here are two proxies that i've used and know work here.

https://sslunblock.com/index.php

http://www.proxeasy.com/

If these are blocked (i'd be surprised) then try any of the ones on this site.

http://proxy.org/


ENJOY!

P.S. Try not to get caught or they'll just block the proxies. Also don't look at porn in school, it's just a stupid thing to do :)

  • Dannyl
  • December 18, 2009, 5:26 am
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    As a System Admin for a school district, any good content filter will block all of these proxies as well as any software used to bypass filtering.

    On top of that, most AV also block Proxy programs.

    None of your links worked here. Was going to block any that worked.


    You should all remember that your school district is paying an ISP for that internet, and it is using tax money to help educate you. It is not there for you to "kill time". Learn something, while it's still free.

    • Albane
    • July 21, 2010, 5:58 am
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    my work only blocks facebook ( and anything with that in the title : IE facebookfails.com ect ) and youtube - I dont know what I would do if they blocked Sharenator - probably lose my mind and go postal !

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    A combination of both. Sometimes, while working on other projects, I have time to check certain websites. Many times during my day, I am waiting for a server to reboot, drivers to load, data to export/import, etc. A large part of my job is actually waiting for computers/servers to finish a task they were given.

    • Albane
    • August 4, 2010, 5:54 am
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    Thanks so much! Just what i need :D:D:D:D:D

    The second link worked really well, great idea +3

    • dongman
    • December 18, 2009, 5:29 am
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    The problem at my school is the proxies usually have mad popups and when so many pages are opened at once you are automatically banned for 1hour (or change pcs ;))

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    use ultra surf...it cannot be blocked because its not online. Download and put it on a USB, no install necessary.

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    Idk where I read it but it said you can just put an s at the end of the http of the site like this v
    https://www.sharenator.com

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    Our school somehow blocked ultrasurf. It never connects properly.

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    https (SSL) doesn't work on Sharenator, but that is a good suggestion. I'll see if we can get this working.

    • Paul
    • July 21, 2010, 4:16 am
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    The whole reason our systems got blocked was because some kid was looking at porn =.=

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    SSL should be blocked as well, since it will force the browser to use the IP instead of the DNS of the server. In this case, your work/school's content filter will block all unknown IP addresses. Most proxy sites use https to bypass cheap filters.

    • Albane
    • July 21, 2010, 6:00 am
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    Most people don't realize that it only takes 1 bad apple to ruin something for everyone else. I had to block Facebook for our staff, after getting complaints from the Admins that too many people were playing Farmville in the middle of class. This means teachers playing Farmville when they should have been managing their classrooms.

    • Albane
    • July 21, 2010, 6:02 am
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    Nope non work but thanks anyway.

    • Math
    • July 21, 2010, 6:05 am
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    Yeah this post is rather old, a lot of online proxies don't tend to last long.

    • Dannyl
    • July 21, 2010, 6:07 am
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    Only problem is that my highschool always made a habit of blocking commonly used proxies. We'd have to look for new ones every week.

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    Huh, guess my school didn't have a good content filter or AV then :)

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    My school gets really mad when people use proxys. Although they didn't care when half the school brought down the server at the end of school last year with a DOS attack. There just weird like that.

    • btw32
    • August 2, 2010, 6:42 pm
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    good points but learn something? lol

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    sreious question - do you get paid to surf the web, or you at home?

    • Lucky
    • August 3, 2010, 2:39 pm
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    yes i can get to real sites XDDDDDDDDD

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    Welcome to the internet.. proxies lmao- httpTunnels are the new shit. ultrasurf. google it. download it. use it. a tunnel in comp terms is a direct encrypted connection to another point.. if anyone here remembers their CompTIA acronyms :p

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    use hotspot shield. it works wonders and isnt really a proxy, atleast i dont think it is.

    nope its not. but it works for me at my school. just google it.
    - arrowdodger7 December 29, 2010, 4:59 pm
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    www.im-hidden.com seems like a really well working one :)

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