If you have ever tried to check your email or visit a perfectly legitimate website, and seen "Access Denied" on the screen, you have probably encountered an Internet filter. Many schools and workplaces use these as a means of stopping the user from visiting harmful sites, but sometimes you may urgently need to access a site which is blocked by a filter. This article will discuss how to bypass an Internet filter.
How to bypass
Provided that you are using a blacklist filter (this blocks only those websites which are specified by the administrator), you can simply take advantage of new proxy servers that have not been found and blocked yet. Depending on the level of security, some filters disallow almost every proxy, while others do not seem to find any. Searching on Google To find new proxies, simply search on Google for "newest pro xy servers" (with the space between the pro and xy). This will bypass any type of keyword blocker. Next, find a site that looks reliable. Note that since any site on the top page of the Google results will be blocked, you will need to click on the "Cached" link to view the page. This will allow you to see a slightly older version of the page with the proxies listed. Most proxies will still work with this method. Simply visit one of the proxy links on one of those pages to get started! The first page is full of blocked proxies? Don't give up hope! Try to bypass that filter with another page of proxies!