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How to bypass censorship – How to freely access the Internet

Why do websites like Eindtijdnieuws get blocked and how to bypass it. Most likely it is blocked by your home country’s or host country’s government.

Censorship appears to be increasingly severe, not only in countries like Iran, North Korea, China, Russia, etc. but also in Western ones, such as the UK! It is not uncommon anymore for users from around the globe to find themselves unable to access their favorite websites.

Why does this happen?

*Some governments do not want citizens to access resources from some countries for religious, political, or economic reasons.

*Some businesses restrict Internet use for employees to make them concentrate on work.

*There are parental control services that limit access for some age groups.

However, there are always ways around any obstacle

This post focuses on the most common, effective, and legal means of getting access to blocked websites.

 

The access to a website got restricted

If you realize you cannot visit your favorite website (anymore), please, control your feelings and try to find out what is wrong.

*First, check if the website is down or up.

*If it is down, it may be dealing with technical issues, and it will get back on its feet in a couple of days.

*If the service is not detecting a downtime, most likely, the website administration or your government/company has just limited access to it.

*Ask your friends, colleagues, and associates: if they cannot access the websites, and users outside of your organization can, this must be due to corporate control.

*If you have friends from different countries, ask them too. If users who live in your country cannot open it, and users from abroad can, most likely, it is blocked by your home country’s or host country’s government.

 

How and why websites are being blocked

Geoblocking

This is one of the biggest threats to the freedom of the Internet, as blocking users from certain countries is increasingly common. It is an approach used to limit access to Internet content based on users’ geographic location.

Governments, companies, and websites apply geolocation techniques, which help them define a user’s location by IP address, connection delay, etc.

Governments use geoblocking for political and economic purposes, as they restrict various companies, media groups, social organizations, etc., that are subject to political and economic sanctions. For example, governments may blacklist retailers from given countries and limit the sale of their products in their countries to comply with their protectionist policies.
Private companies and individuals may resort to geoblocking too. They do it for various reasons.

Companies may block some websites

To make employees work more efficiently, company leaders use different ways to control their activities.

*They legally buy and use corporate surveillance software, such as Spytech, WorkExaminer, etc. With the help of this software, they carry out real-time monitoring of employees’ work and address each staff member if necessary.

*Also, companies can use bandwidth controlling software, which responds to changes in the speed of corporate networks. These changes often result from downloading/uploading media files, playing online games, and other activities that are not related to work.

*Other companies prefer to restrict access to specific categories of websites with the help of keywords. There are ways to set hardware to respond to words, which refer to websites blacklisted by the company and prevent employees from accessing these websites during work time (online stores, dating sites, games, etc.)

 

How to view blocked websites

Use a VPN

There are quite a bunch of methods on how to access blocked sites!
The easiest and simplest one: use a VPN.

Use a VPN, easiest way to bypass censorship

VPN (Virtual Private Network) allows you to connect to a server located in any part of the world on a peer-to-peer basis, and bypass the central server. As you connect to a server outside of your home country, your IP address will be located outside of it too. VPNs encrypt data flow, and allow users to build channels, which a third party cannot decode. There are lots of affordable VPN services, through which you can connect to a server located half the world away from you. VPN is one of the safest ways around restrictions.

Become Anonymous: Run your browser through a proxy

Connecting to a proxy is another way to bypass restrictions. A proxy service will hide the restricted website from your ISP, and will not let them track your activity. However, proxies do not code traffic as VPNs do, so they are less safe.

Use IP instead of URL

If you have discovered that a website is blocked, you can try accessing it through its IP because the blockers could have hidden the URL. It is possible to get the IP by pinging it using a free PING tool or in Command Prompt. Run the program, type in the website’s URL, hit Enter, copy-paste the IP address into the browser’s address bar, and select the needed site from the list. Note that this method won’t work if the blockers have chosen to hide the IP address.

Choose between proxies in your browser

Some organizations use more than one proxy. As restrictions are directed via particular proxies, there may be ones through which the blocked website can still be available. Use the Connection Settings option in your browser and switch to another proxy, which is likely to be unrestricted.

Use browser extensions

If you use dynamic websites regularly, and your organization or government is blocking them, they can still be accessed via browser extensions like UltraSurf, ProxMate, Hola, etc.

Replace your DNS Server

Now it is possible to switch between DNS servers, have a safer and more reliable connection, and bypass censorship. You can address GoogleDNS and/or OpenDNS, as well as the 1.1.1.1 DNS.

Use Wayback Machine

Realizing that your favorite site is not or no longer accessible might be frustrating. However, Wayback Machine has chosen an interesting strategy. It copies different past versions of websites and presents them to the audience.

Use RSS feed

RSS (‘Really Simple Syndication’ or ‘Rich Site Summary,’ whatever you like) feed is a unique solution that helps you grab content from blocked sites and broadcast them to a reader. You can use the website’s feed or, if it is not there, create your own and view all types of content that come in from the source in a simple text format.

Use IP Anonymizer (i.e., TOR)

TOR logo

Tor, The Onion Router, gets its nickname from the layered encryption pattern used when transferring data. It is a kind of browser, which ensures safe encryption and anonymity. With this browser at hand, users can access blocked websites and media resources without being tracked by any surveillance.
(You could also try another browser other than Google Chrome, and see what happens.)

Use portable Firefox

Some organizations go pretty far in restricting employees’/students’ access to websites. They may forbid them to use web browser extensions. A good way out is installing a browser on a USB drive and synchronizing it with an unblock proxy.

Final Words

As follows from the above, there are various ways to access blocked websites, and they are all quite so available. However, each one of them is effective in its way, and what is suitable for some users may be less suitable for others. Nonetheless, the scope of options is pretty extensive so that any user can choose the most appropriate one.

More instruction images at the source!

 

When ‘Proceed anyway’ doesn’t work

So this blockage can be solved easily if clicking ‘Proceed anyway’ doesn’t work for you when you’d like to access Eindtijdnieuws.com, for example. Then use a simple VPN like Surfshark. Plus here above I already mentioned more solutions in order to bypass censorship due to the truths about the Illuminati and Freemasons, and about the New Age NWO, and all the controlled opposition that they don’t want you to know.

Your ISP (Internet Service Provider) might be the cause

For example, one ISP outside the Netherlands (their CEO is a satanist) blocks Eindtijdnieuws. This ISP is policing the Internet like Google and Facebook.
It is shocking that other people decide for you what is fake news or not.

Note: I am not a tech savvy. 🙂 Furthermore, this website is safe, and doesn’t give you a virus or malware.

 

Source:

https://www.websitepulse.com/blog/why-websites-get-blocked-and-how-to-bypass-it

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