With the enormous amount of blocked sites in various countries, it is important to be able to quickly bypass those blocks.
Although this method is not 100% anonymous, it still does the job.
How it Works:
This method uses CoralCDN, a free CDN service, to access the blocked sites.
CoralCDN basically works as a proxy. Instead of the website’s content being delivered from the site, it gets delivered from CoralCDN.
In order to use CoralCDN, simply type in
.nyud.net at the end of the website you’re trying to access.
For example, in order to access The Pirate Bay if it’s blocked by your ISP, type
thepiratebay.se.nyud.net in your browser. Although I’m not sure if this method works specifically for The Pirate Bay, it’s worth a try. If not, read our article on How to Bypass The Pirate Bay Block.
Other Free Methods
The best method to obtain (almost) 100% anonymity is through Tor Project.
Tor comes with an anonymously configured Firefox, and it channels your connection through the Tor Network, which consists of lots of heavily encrypted servers, which are called ‘relays’.
If Tor is not an option, I highly recommend using a secure VPN:
Note: This post comes with a PDF. Check out our Easiest Way to Access Blocked Sites PDF document.
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