kooltechie
kooltechie
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26 Dec 2008

Proxies

How can i open orkut with blocked servers. i.e using a proxy if d lan server has blocked it???
nileshchakkar

nileshchakkar

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29 Dec 2008
simple
KPROXY - Free Anonymous Web Proxy - Anonymous Proxy
just type :- https://www.kproxy.com
nw dude ur free 2 surf anywhere u want just enjoY man '



*(i m also doing same thing in my college since last 3 yrs)
rohitvishnu

rohitvishnu

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02 Jan 2009
that doesnt work...i have the same problem in my college too..my college uses something called websense to block all these sites
rohitvishnu

rohitvishnu

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02 Jan 2009
any other ideas???
nileshchakkar

nileshchakkar

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02 Jan 2009
rohitvishnu
that doesnt work...i have the same problem in my college too..my college uses something called websense to block all these sites
Hello,
these are not sure shot techniques its trial and error so its only upon you and your luck.
I used it many place and yes its (Kproxy ) work (may be its mine luck!)
02 Jan 2009
I'm sorry to interrupt, but I don't get this. If Orkut is blocked, that means Orkut is not supposed to be accessed from the place you are trying to access it.

Please clarify, otherwise I'll lock this thread.
nileshchakkar

nileshchakkar

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02 Jan 2009
The_Big_K
I'm sorry to interrupt, but I don't get this. If Orkut is blocked, that means Orkut is not supposed to be accessed from the place you are trying to access it.

Please clarify, otherwise I'll lock this thread.
Hi ,
Actually in college all pc are connected via LAN(Local area network) as now days the students in Internet Lab used orkut frequently that's why people at server side block this particular side. It means due to which no on that nework unable to open that block site.
At that time the site can be view at network with the help of Kproxy. As it acts as intermediator for to opening the block site .
02 Jan 2009
@ thanks for the tip. I understand the meaning of proxy browsing. The question is, why are we encouraging such an activity here?

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