Have you your school started blocking websites such as Facebook, Youtube, and the likes? Well fear not there is a neat trick to get around this problem.
Ok so first of all your school might want to pay attention while you are there, and that is all fair and good, but what about time in-between classes, breaks and so forth? Most schools have banned proxy websites, which by the way are not a good solution to the problem. Some proxy websites are run by hackers who will snap up your login info to Facebook and other sites. Do you really want a Russian hacker take control of your Facebook account? I doubt it. A better and more secure solution is connecting to a so-called Virtual Private Network. Such a network is also known as VPN. Once connected to such a network all the data you send and receive from your computer is encrypted and that way the schools firewall can’t block specific websites. Pretty smart right?
Setting up VPN to Unblock Websites at School
A VPN connection is not free, but the monthly subscription is very low. I prefer using Unlocator as the speed, price and network is the best on the market. Once you have installed the application simply select a server in your country from the dropdown list and click connect. From that moment on all data is encrypted and you can now surf as if there is no firewall.
Just remember that these sites were blocked for a reason and your school might not like that you circumvent these restrictions.
Anyhow that is all there is to it – a VPN is the best and most secure way to unblock websites. Unless you want your Facebook account hacked then stay away from free proxy sites. It is like asking for trouble.