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Does anyone know any unblocked proxy websites?

December 6, 2012 by admin  
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Question by ralph: Does anyone know any unblocked proxy websites?

Im at school and i want to go on myspace and youtube.All of the proxy sites are blocked and i need a new one that is not known by the web blockers.

Best answer:

Answer by Brokencheese
they are probably all known, but dowt be sad! when you get home just download a handy little program called “ultra surf” put it on your flash drive (or burn to a cd) and feel free to use at school!

What do you think? Answer below!

Comments

9 Responses to “Does anyone know any unblocked proxy websites?”
  1. JIM says:

    your school or school district is under orders from the Department of Education to block certain leisure sites that have no academic use. If your school or school district fails to do this, your school could lose all its classroom computers
    Not sure why students think the blocking is some sort of joke the school is playing on them. It is US government policy for students to be denied access to sites not appropriate for the school environment

  2. Hanes D says:

    we are using these sites in our school..hope it works for you too cos its working fast and fine for us..

    http://nimin.info
    http://dafty.info
    http://zxxz.info

  3. Me says:

    you can try these proxy:

    http://www.InvisibleFree.com
    http://www.TimeBrowse.co.cc
    http://www.OnlyToday.info
    http://www.showsite.tk

    You can also join this group to receive fresh proxies every week in your email inbox :
    http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/listproxyku/join

  4. Diya says:

    HI,
    i am a proxy designer and I recieved a lot of feedback on yahoo answers and my yahoo group that people could not find the hidden url box on hidden url proxy sites
    well here’s good news the url box is unblocked now

    Things to do to while using proxies:
    1.Access the site using any of the three names:
    http://www.reviewsreloaded.com/sawme
    http://www.reviewsreloaded.com/rocky

    to avoid chances of the proxy getting banned..use a new name everytime

    2.Join our google group listed to get new proxies in case this one gets banned at http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/sawme
    (No need to come back to answers and post questions and listening to oldies yelp about how students should study instead of browsing myspace :P )

    3.Always clear your browsing history.

    4.Read the instructions :)

    5.Do NOT access porn sites..Its easy to catch even if you use a proxy.

    6.Rate this answer if it helps

    7.Try to give back to the webmasters who are offering this service free as it does cost them a lot to make and host such sites.

  5. Shawn says:

    All of the modern firewalls filters like Websense can detect a proxy as soon as you connect to it. It’s actually incredibly trivial to do. The filtering software just tries to connect to the address in question. If it gets a response it’s a proxy and it’s then blocked. The only question is whether the system is set to auto block or if it emails or texts the admin and lets him do it manually, which can buy a few hours.

    What needs to be considered is that in using a proxy to unblock school and work networks you are breaking numerous laws. Hacking a government (most schools are government run) security system is not legal. At work, you are probably also breaking laws about hacking as well as violating your employment agreement. Getting fired or suspended from school is a definite possibility at the least.

    Even if you do get a proxy to work for a bit what do you get? A lot of these are hacker pots designed to either steal your information or plant bots on your computer that they can use. They use them to hide their identity by working through your computer and its internet connection. The recent Facebook and Twitter DDOS attacks that took down their entire networks is a classic example of what people using proxies and getting infected enables.

    Even if it’s not a hacker pot it’s probably loaded with advertisements as that’s how the owner is making money. In either case the owner has no incentive to provide fast response or high bandwidth. The owner of the proxy is using you and delivering very little back to you. In fact, there is a good chance they are data mining you so they can sell your information to advertisers who want to target their ads. In most cases advanced web site features won’t work and only basic access will be available anyway.

    At the end of the day you’re just wasting a lot of time that could be spent doing something more productive at best and risking your computer and more at the worst.

    Read more about anonymous and free proxy servers below.

    http://www.personalvpn.org/danger_proxy_servers.htm

  6. cristym says:

    Hi,

    I usually go to this site http://proxyinter.net/ for their latest up to date proxy list of anonymous proxy servers on the internet. The proxies on their list is guaranteed to be alive and still working because they check and update it regularly, so you are assured you have a working proxy list at your disposal and use it whenever you want.

    Hope this info helps in some way.

  7. Jim H says:

    I use this free web proxy to unblock access to a website. It works for me!

    http://www.radmonkey.info/

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