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How can I unblock school blocked websites without proxy?

September 22, 2011 by admin  
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Question by : How can I unblock school blocked websites without proxy?

Every time I search that it always comes up with sugestions like proxy which is also blocked.

How can I get the popular sites back on the shcool’s computer?
And without taking any surveys!

Best answer:

Answer by David!
you cant unless you have the admin password. or hack.

Give your answer to this question below!


10 Responses to “How can I unblock school blocked websites without proxy?”
  1. killahtone420 says:

    the only 1 i can think of is proxy.org, try that one, maybe ur school hasent blocked it yet, or search on good for school computer blocking proxys or something like that, hope it helps….

  2. Jon B. says:

    You can try a little DNS trickery
    Go to start, All Programs, accessories, command prompt, and type:

    PING http://www.website.com (Insert website name.)

    and use the “reply from” ip number to access the site.
    This sometimes will bypass the local DNS blocking, but not always.


    Type PING google.com

    Reply from bytes=32 time=92ms TTL=45

    the address is
    try typing the IP address into the address bar.

    If you can’t access the command prompt try hitting: Windows logo + R to open the run dialog box and type CMD, hit enter.
    Ctrl + alt + del to open the task manager and select File > New task.
    Same as above.
    make a shortcut on the desktop by right clicking an open space and selecting New > Shortcut.
    as the location of the item type: C:windowssystem32cmd.exe
    name it whatever and finish it, open it.
    Just make a list of the IPs of the sites you need to visit at home.
    take it to school and you’re good.

    There are many ways to do this and knowledge is free. Google is your best friend. Don’t get caught, and you don’t know me. :)

  3. Proxy says:

    I use the following..
    one of these will work for you


    pls tell all your friends

  4. Treos says:

    I think there is no way to unblock sites without a proxy. If you need prosy sites, here is a list of Proxy sites.

    First of all a proxy site without the word “Proxy” in it. VISIT: http://tinyurl.com/kappii

    1. http://tinyurl.com/serversproxy
    2. http://tinyurl.com/squidproxy
    3. http://tinyurl.com/proxybing
    4. http://tinyurl.com/officeproxy
    5. http://tinyurl.com/prowywall
    6. http://tinyurl.com/proxyroom
    7. http://tinyurl.com/aliveproxy

    And if you wanna open a proxy site yourself, you may visit http://www.ProxyModify.com, there you can get many infos about Proxy 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.


  6. Matt Z says:

    If you set your browser to use an HTTP proxy then you won’t have to vist a ‘proxy site’ All of your traffic will be dealt with directly by the web server and forwarded to you.

    Get a proxy from:

    Set your browser up as follows:

  7. Proxy Man says:

    Ok These ones are the best:


    It is the newest ones of all, so no blocking from websense.

    These ones are also great and will work for you:


    If you want to use facebook, type: http://lite.facebook.com .

  8. brek says:

    Your favourite site blocked? Browse through our site http://www.skipblocks.info/

    Worth to try!


    since u wanna unblock school websites u need admin username and password..theres no other legal way i know about….however if u think that proxy sites are blocked at school and therefore cannot be accessed u can use vpn like hotspotshield…
    or u make ur own personal proxy website ..
    if u want u can contact the following id sabkeguru@gmail.com
    and they will create it for u at a nominal fee…
    or u can visit the site http://www.biteproxy.co.cc
    also try and browse with portable browsers at school…

  10. Anelly says:

    Try the premium ip addresses embedded in this application: http://www.privacy-pro.com/ip-privacy-features.html

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