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6 easy Ways to Bypass blocked websites and beat Internet Censorship

Updated on April 7, 2012

Many countries now have the abilities to control Internet communications. These mainly target and censor Blogs, Specific content and Websites they deem threatening to their status qua.

These countries also have the ability to monitor Internet activity of any individual.

As a response some people have engineered Anti-censorship software which you can use to bypass this censorship or protect your online activities.

Some of these are listed below:

1. Ultrasurf

Ultrasurf is an anti-censorship software that encrypts your online communications and hides your I.P from the websites you visit. Ultrasurf is available free to download and works on Windows computers.

Installation is not needed for Ultrasurf after download, you start using right away and can be loaded on your flash.

Ultrasurf comes automatically configured to use on Internet explorer. Other browsers need to be configured manually.

Download Ultrasurf from following link:

http://www.ultrareach.com/



2. Freegate

Freegate is another Anti-censorship software similar to ultrasurf and can be downloaded for free. Freegate also doesn't need an installation.

Download Freegate from following link:

http://download.cnet.com/Freegate/3000-2085_4-10415391.html

3. Gtunnel

Gtunnel Anti-censorship software is a software that encrypts your online communications and is available to Windows users and free to download.

Gtunnel makes your I.P invisible when surfing on the net (it hides your I.P substituting it with the Gtunnel server address instead.)

Download Gtunnel from following link:

http://gardennetworks.org/download


4. Tor

Tor is an Open source free software that prevents anyone from watching your network. No one can know what websites you visit or your physical location as your I.P is hidden and substituted with an imaginary I.P. Tor is superior in a way that it can be used in also Instant messaging clients.

Tor can be used on Windows, Linux, Mac and Android.

Download Tor from following link:

https://www.torproject.org/


5. Your Freedom

Your freedom is Another one of the free anti-censorship clients available free for download. It has both a Windows and Mac version.

Download Your freedom from following link:

http://www.your-freedom.net/index.php?id=downloads

6. Gpass

Gpass is a free Anti-censorship windows software and is available in two languages;English and Chinese.

Gpass hides your I.P and protects your online privacy. Gpass is superior in a way that it can can supports Web 2.0 websites, Online multimedia streaming, FTP, Instant messengers.

When installed Gpass is automatically configured in Internet explorer, windows media player and your default email client.

Download Gpass from following link:

http://gpass1.com/gpass/download-en


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      Dianna Mendez 

      6 years ago

      Great information here and I have it marked for reference should I need it later. Thanks for sharing this valuable hub topic. Voted up.

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