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It's a very common view in most schools, colleges, and offices where social websites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and more are blocked to give more room for concentration in work and study.
In some houses too, parents tend to temporarily block children from accessing these websites.
Well, the blocking of websites is done only with a purpose. But, if you are in a necessity to access the blocked sites, you can do so with some simple hacks that are mentioned here.
At GIZBOT, we have listed down 5 ways you can use to access any blocked website be it social media sites, YouTube or anything else.
These websites enable you to check out blocked websites privately and securely with its paid service and also with a free trial. You can easily hide your IP address and be anonymous online. Its encrypted connection prevents monitoring of your network traffic.
Add an 'S'
ou don't need a proxy server or any other extra effort to access blocked websites. Before typing the URL of the website, type 'https' instead of 'http'.
Shorten the URL
You can just shorten your website's URL for accessing the blocked website. You can use Google URL Shortener, MooURL, etc. However, most institutions are smart enough to handle this. So be careful.
Use Google Cache
Normally, these cache websites are blocked on any browser. However, you can click on the ‘cache' version will bring you to a cache version of the page.
Access Web Pages via Email
Web2Mail is a free service that sends websites you want to read right into your inbox. This web-based access to a POP3 account. It doesn't require sign-up and offers a secure connection. All you need to do is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the URL as the subject title.