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This is jimmyR.com tutorial and in this tutorial I will show you how to by pass high school college your office censorship programs. They filter certain websites that you try to go to. A most famous example is myspace. Hard birds child’s predators I am just kidding.
It is blocked by a lot of pages and I know a lot of you know about proxies but for those who do not I am just going to show you like this I called stupidcensorship.com and you go to the page and I will give you all kinds if you signed up to them mailing list I will give new domains and IP’s that you can sign up to that the school maybe has not yet blocked yet. There are others though I do not want to just advertise that one there is like backfox.com and there is hidemy ass.com.
There is tons of bypass proxies that you can use. So there is another option though, maybe your schools really good at blocking those proxy sites. All you have to do is go to start Run on your home computer type cmd and type pin myspace.com. And it will give you an IP, I want you to copy this number and when you go back to your school office, college or library I want you to copy this and type it in the address bar. What it will do is to direct the IP to myspace.
Surprisingly a lot of schools in colleges, even though they pay a lot of money to block sites they enable people to access the site through IP. I do not understand it but maybe you are asked too. Anyway, another way to by pass it, let us say your school does block the IP it is more advance in most schools, more events and most colleges libraries and stuff it blocks the IP somehow.
What are you going to do? I have a solution to this go to Google. it is actually very simple done taken a complex knowledge. Just go to google.com.mx. Google Mexico all right, I am going to search myspace and then it is going to give me the same URL. What if I click translate this page? Wow! I am in my space but craft! It is in Spanish. I do not want in Spanish. I am going to the address bar and you can see it says hl=es, I am going to change that to en and it is going to translate that language from en to en. Translate to en, so basically I am translating it from English to English.
So Google is acting as my proxy. If your school library or whatever it blocks this you can say “I want to access it for educational purposes. I want to go to google.com.mx. I am actually searching for sites in Spanish. Let us say I search for clowns payaso or something and I want to read the—we could view the library entry on payaso that is in Spanish. I want to translate this page but I can not because you guys blocked it so please re-enable that sir. You should not be blocking us for the people that do bad with it”. So you can do some kind of French about how you want to use it for educational purposes.
Really the schools should not block translator programs. You can also use babelfish or whatever. I think that is the name. You just enter myspace.com enter translate this website. Oh, I have select language. And again you can send it from English to Russian or Spanish it does not matter. If you are using firefox you can just scroll down and click on the frame and let me scroll down a bit I am going to click on the lower frame, I am going to click this frame. I am going to click to only show this frame and now I* have the URL at the very top and I am going to do the same thing. It says en to es and I am just going to change the es to en and now we have the babelfish translating myspace from English to English. It is really simple thing to do and if you do not have firefox at school I recommend you copy the address in the notebook and you will be fine.
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