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How To Access Blocked Internet Websites

Access Locked Websites

Hi..Friends,If You are in a school,collage and office at that place you can’t use the Social Networking and other sites like as Facebook,Twitter or Youtube. You are restricted the some sites for access It.Here I show you the tricks about how to access blocked Internet sites.This all methods are working. Here is the comlete list of 50+ free proxy sites list.

Methods For Access Blocked Websites :-

1 > Use https:// instead Of http :- 

–> ex :- Use instead of

2 > Use Internet Based Proxy Servers :-

–> Like :- HideMyAss.Com


3 > Use IP instead of Domain Name :- 

–> Use IP Address Instead Of Domain Name.

Like :- Use IP Instead Of

Also Read :- How Can Find Any Website’s IP

You can also Convert Your IP into Binary Format and than also Apply It.

Now By using This Three Method You Can access Blocked Internet Websites.

Enjoy Friends…!!!

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