How to Unblock Facebook
I'm not even going to say why you shouldn't be unblocking Facebook at school or work. But you searched for it, so here it is.
- Learn how to friend your parents on Facebook without them seeing some of your stuff
- What your boss can see on Facebook and how to stop it
- Really secure your Facebook account
Getting around your school or work filter is actually fairly simple. It all comes down to encrypting your data so that the filter can't see what you're doing. You have two options to unblock Facebook. Unblocking Facebook can be done by using a web-based proxy or a software-based proxy. Both methods will probably work. However, the web-based proxy is faster, but less secure. That means your network administrator might be able to see what you're doing. The second option is slower, but no one will be able to tell.
Option One: Web-Based Proxy
To access Facebook, simply find an online proxy to use. Go to http://www.proxy.org and type facebook.com in the box. You may need to try a few times to find one that works for you. Once you do, Facebook will be unblocked.
Option Two: Software-Based Proxy
The second option is more involved, but more secure. Once you install the software, you will be able to use it time and time again very easily. It is known as "Ultrasurf" and can be downloaded at http://www.ultrareach.com for free. It runs from your thumb drive, so whenever you want to unblock Facebook, simply plug it in and run the software. Unblock Facebook with just a few clicks! Once you run the software, you will notice a small gold lock at the right bottom of your screen. This means you are encrypting your traffic. You can use Internet Explorer like you have been, except now, you will be able to access Facebook and all the other blocked sites.
Facebook is blocked for a reason. I'm not responsible if you get caught doing this or if it doesn't work on your network. Please use it responsibly.
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