5 easy ways to access Blocked Websites

Top 5 way to Access Blocked Websites

Many social websites like Facebook, Twitter, Orkut, etc. denied access in the offices, educational institutions, schools and colleges. And there is a reason for that too – as these have been proven to be real time-wasters at times! But there are some tips and tricks you can follow to break this barrier and have access to all these blocked sites.

One of the many options to access is using proxies. But Proxies always doesn’t work as most of them get blocked by the Firewall. Here are some of the best 5 tips and tricks to have access to the blocked web sites.

Use of Search Engine’s Cache

If you are unaware what cache is, then Cache is a small fast memory in which most recent accessed pages are placed for faster processing. All the major search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc. store cached pages of websites that have been already accessed by users. You can have access to the blocked sites by searching cached copy of them onto the search engines.

Use of IP addresses instead of URLs

Every site has its corresponding IP address along with its URL name. In most of the places the sites are blocked by means of listing URLs for the sites. But you can very well use IP addresses to access the blocked site’s contents. Take a snap at this if you want to access a site for example www.twitter.com. You can use the IP address instead of the name. IP-address.com is a site that provides all the IP addresses of various sites.

Reclaim web pages via E-mail

Web2Mail.com is a free access service provided that sends any web site into your mail inbox. You just have to send an e-mail to www@web2mail.com with the URL as mail subject title.

Disguise via Screenresolution.com

Screenresolution.com is a site that allows you to view sites in a totally different format or you can say in a different resolution. A very useful tools to access blocked sites.

Proxy sites

There are several thousands of online proxies you can use to have an access to a blocked web site. A proxy sites allow anyone to visit any blocked sites.

Have any more ideas, please do share!



  1. Alex T.

    August 10, 2011 at 5:44 PM

    screenresolution.com no longer works (It’s for sale)

    I know that HotSpot Shield worked some time for me

  2. Adam

    August 2, 2011 at 9:09 PM

    I use this to get on blocked sites:

    I found most proxies to be pretty slow most of the time, and the Google cache thing does not always work…

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