Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Google As Your Proxy

Use Google As Proxy

Many schools block access to certain sites such as orkut,youtube and even some blogs but it is very difficult for anybody to block access to google.However using these methods, you can gain access to blocked sites easily.
Here I describe what I believe is an most uncommon way for bypassing blocked sites using google.

Method 1:
The first and common Method of using google to bypass blocked sites is to search for the site and then clicked the "cached" link that appears on google. Easy and frequently works for static information.

Method 2:
Passing the site through google translator works well. Here's the URL

Dont click on the above link copy and paste it in your browser(where blockedsite.com is the site that you wish to visit)

This translates the site from english to english and works because the ip address will appear as google.You can actually do this with any langpair. Change en|en in the URL above to spanish by using es|es and it still works.

Method 3:
Another unique method is to search through google mobile. Google mobile is very similiar to the translation method above.

Just search for your site with google mobile and click on the link it provides. Here's is tech-recipes brought up through google mobile search. Once again, this will allow you to bypass any blocks because the IP request comes from google not for you.

Like the translation method above, google will continue to "proxy" as you continue to visit links through the site.

And yes it is also useful to retrive some information from net which is currently not available.
Let us assume that softarchives.net was down and I want to download one software urgently from there so What I do is search google for site:softarchive.net software name and when I see the link in google search.I open the cached page of that page and will get the rs link so this trick is very useful in such conditions........


alan said...

you may use this site to bypass blocked sites bypassblockedsites.com

Legend said...

thanks alan