There are many reasons why you have to unblock blocked sites such as Facebook and Tweeter especially in learning institutions. Similarly, there are many cultural and commercial reasons why such and many other social networking and downloading sites would be blocked for use in specific organizations, companies and institutions. First of all there are ten ways that will surely unblock blocked sites.
The first is replacing a domain name with an IP address. The IP address acts as the signature that connects your computer to the internet and hence the blocked site. The signature surpasses and blockades put by the administrator.
Mobile web is the second way in which you will unblock blocked sites. The mobile version of a blocked site is very easy to access. Thirdly, a Google cache will easily open a cache which in essence is an older version which means that you are about to unblock blocked sites.
The fourth way is use a web proxy that is anonymous. This will enable you hide your identity. The fifth strategy is using a translation service in order to unblock blocked sites by getting another version of the same content. When Myspace English has been blocked, open Myspace France and then translate it.
Alternatively, the sixth way is using a HTTP proxy that is anonymous. This proxy will enable you surf or unblock blocked sites by making the web pages readily available before they have been verified by the administrator’s system.
The seventh way is using a URL shortening tool while the eighth way is making use of an RSS reader to subscribe to blocked sites. The ninth way is converting the IP address simply into a decimal. The tenth way is to use a system that enables internet users to operate under an environment of improved security and privacy.