How to Access Blocked Websites


If the website you want to access is not down but you still can't open it, here are some quick ways to work around the blocks. Note, that one or more of these method(s) may not work for you, if your ISP is not using DNS blocks, for example.A Simple URL Change

The main thing you need to attempt is changing the url to https rather than http. Doing this is simple, simply take after these two stages.

1) Go to the address bar of your program.

2) If you need to get to "http://blockedwebsite123.com", transform it to "https://blockedwebsite123.com" and reload the site. This may not generally work, but rather a few clients have revealed this has chipped away at a few sites.

Change the DNS

In the event that the URL change doesn't work, then you might need to take a stab at changing the space name server to Google DNS or OpenDNS. A great many people have detailed that this technique chips away at BSNL for them. Here's the means by which you can do that on any gadget.

For Windows Vista, 7 or 8 clients, here are the guidelines.

1) For Windows Vista and 7, click Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center. In case you're utilizing Windows 8, hit Windows key + C > click Search on the right-hand side > sort Control Panel in the pursuit bar > select Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center.

2) Click Change connector settings, which is on the left sidebar.

3) Right-tap the Internet association (MTNL, Airtel, BSNL, and so on.) on which you're experiencing difficulty getting to sites, and snap Properties.

4) Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IP), and after that snap Properties.

5) Click the radio catch by Use the accompanying DNS Server addresses. On the off chance that you need to utilize Google DNS, enter 8.8.8.8 as the Preferred DNS Server and 8.8.4.4 as the Alternate DNS Server. On the off chance that you need to utilize OpenDNS, utilize 202.67.220.220 and 202.67.222.222 separately. In the wake of entering these, click OK.

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For Windows XP clients, these are the means.

1) Click Start > Control Panel > Network Connections.

2) Now select your particular Internet association with get to issues, right-click, then select Properties.

3) Left-click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and select Properties.

4) Follow the guidelines in Step 5 above.

On the off chance that you are utilizing an iOS gadget that is associated with a Wi-Fi organize, attempt this.

1) Open Settings > tap Wi-Fi > tap the Wi-Fi organize the gadget is associated with.

2) Tap DNS and change the two qualities to Google DNS or Open DNS (clarified in step 5 above). These two qualities ought to be isolated with a comma and one space (8.8.8.8, 8.8.4.4).

For Android clients, these are the means.

1) Open Settings > tap Wi-Fi.

2) Long press the Wi-Fi system you're associated with > tap Modify Network.

3) Now tap the container alongside Show propelled choices. Look down.

4) Tap DHCP > select Static IP > look down and alter DNS 1 and DNS 2 (as clarified in step 5 above).

On BlackBerry 10 gadgets, attempt this.

1) Settings > Network and Connections > tap Wi-Fi. Presently associate with a Wi-Fi organize.

2) Long-press the association you're associated with > tap Edit.

3) Scroll down and kill Auto Obtain IP. After you do this, you'll see more choices, for example, the IP address, DNS and portal. Change to OpenDNS or Google DNS here (as clarified in step 5 above).

Tragically, Windows Phone 8 doesn't bolster changing DNS physically.

Attempt a Proxy

On the off chance that changing the DNS does not work, you ought to attempt a Web intermediary to open blocked sites. These sites basically course you through servers situated in different nations, which implies that you can get to sites that aren't hindered in those nations.

Hidemyass and NewIPNow are two such sites. Simply enter the name of the blocked site in the shape and snap enter. On the Hidemyass site, the free intermediary is at the exceptionally base of the page, after a ton of connections to the paid adaptation, however simply look over the distance down and you'll see the address bar. NewIPNow gives you a chance to pick your server's area (US, UK or Canada), which might be helpful for a few clients.

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Subscribe to a Virtual Private Network

For finish namelessness on the Web and to have the capacity to get to all sites hindered in your nation, a virtual private system (VPN) is the best arrangement. The best VPNs are not free. On the off chance that you truly require security or need to maintain a strategic distance from intermediary sites, you can attempt Private Internet Access at $7 (Rs. 420) every month, or TorGuard at $10 (Rs. 600) every month.