How To Get On Facebook At School Or Work If It Is Blocked

10 Dec

How To Get On Facebook At School Or Work If It Is Blocked

Has your school blocked facebook from the computers? Has your boss blocked facebook from the office computers?
Here are the best ways to get around your schools internet filter and any bans on the facebook.com website. Use these methods to get onto blocked facebook at school or in your office at work.

Method 1: Proxy Sites

The reason you cannot get on to Facebook at school is becuase your school’s network administrator has blocked the Facebook URL (the internet address).

One of the most common ways to get on facebook at school is to bypass the block using a proxy. A proxy allows you to surf the internet anonymously, meaning that your school’s computer network won’t see which sites you are on. Therefore they can’t block the sites that you visit through a proxy. The whole time you’re onFacebook, your school just sees that you’re on the proxy website.

The only problem is that when the network administrator’s see you using a proxy, they will most likely block the proxy as they know you’ll be using it to bypass their blocks. So you’ll find that each time you start using a proxy, it will get blocked as well.

However there are thousands of proxy sites on the internet so there should always be one that works.

A very good tip when using a proxy to get on facebook at school is to only use each one once and not to use them too often. If you use a proxy one day, use a different proxy the next day. That way, hopefully, your network administrator won’t realize you’re using one. Also, don’t tell too many of your friends about a proxy – the more people using a proxy, the higher chance of your school blocking it!

How to get on facebook at school or work using a proxy:

  1. Open up your normal internet browser on the computer.
  2. Go to one of the proxy websites.
  3. In the address bar on the proxy website, type: http://www.facebook.com
  4. Facebook should load up and you can use it as you usually would.

Some proxy sites that you can use to get on Facebook at school:

If all these proxies are blocked on your school’s network then search on Google for something like ‘new proxy sites’. There are new proxy sites made every day.

Proxies allow anyone to surf the web with a greater level of anonymity, privacy and security. Identifying information such as your IP address, location, operating system and browser type is removed by the web proxy site and the web site you are accessing observes the communication originating from the proxy site, not your computer. Another name is anonymous proxy, anonymizer or anonymizing proxy because it facilitates Internet browsing without revealing your identity, and Circumventer because it allows you to circumvent a college internet filter or company firewall.

Companies and schools like to prevent access to many websites but a proxy site will help you avoid being blocked by web filters if you are using an education or corporate network such as those at work, at college or school, public libraries, an office or internet cafe or anywhere that might have filtered internet connection. In short proxies allow you to bypass an Internet filter and firewall and defeat web site blocking policies.

You do not need to install any software to browse blocked websites, just visit a proxy site such as this and enter the web address. Unblock Bebo, Youtube, Myspace, Facebook, eBay, Hi5, Amazon, GameSpot, Orkut, CNN, Yahoo, BBC, BlackPlanet, MTV, Blogger, Skyblog, Xanga, Netlog, live365, Ifilm, Tagged, Wikipedia, Craigslist, StupidVideos, Fotolog, FileCabi, Photobucket, Flickr, IMDB ImageShack, Pandora, 1.fm, Metacafe, Technorati. You can access any website that might be filtered by your company or university firewall such as games, news, social networking, shopping sites, video sharing, chat, music, and arcade websites can all be unblocked and accessed. Proxies allow you to surf any website you like!

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