Every School or University apply internet filters to give their students limited access to the internet. Now we’re here to help you bypass these restrictions to access anything you want. Let’s give it a shot!
We’re posting the 4 best methods to unblock websites and bypass school Internet Filters.
Mostly schools or universities block access to port 80 which is for HTTP, but they forget to block the 443 port which is used to access HTTPS websites, which makes those websites accessible through HTTPS Protocol.
For Example: If they have blocked access to (http://www.google.com) which uses HTTP 80 port, you can still access Google.com just by adding “s” just after the “HTTP” portion of a URL (example: https://www.google.com). As result, you can access that website.
If you’re school or university has blocked access to Facebook.com you can still try to access Facebook.com through SSL in case the URL (example: https://www.facebook.com) the only problem is some sites do not offer an SSL connection so you wouldn’t be able to access those sites, but for sites like YouTube, Gmail and other’s you can access those sites just by adding “s” after “HTTP”.
Using Online Proxies Websites
When you’re done with HTTPs method and it didn’t work in your school, or that website doesn’t support for HTTPS protocol then you try another method which would be the second easiest way. You’re going to browse to some online free proxies sites where you can enter your website details which you wanted to access and then submit and it will browser you to that site.
Using Chrome Extensions to Access Blocked Websites
If the second method didn’t work for you as well, then you can try installing different Chrome extensions which allow you to bypass the filter and browse through the website quickly.
Well, for now, we’re going to use the UltraSurf extension.
Run Firefox Portable on a USB Stick
But let’s say you can’t install extensions on the web browser provided by your school. In this case, you’ll have to use a portable browser that installs on a USB stick and runs without interference from the school computer, which will allow you to route all internet traffic through a proxy address.