None of these worked. I have not only the school blocking this but also Iboss. I was never able to try the fourth since I don't have a USB flash drive. What makes this more difficult, I'm using a Chromebook so software is limited.
I've tried all of those methods, but I think our school became super strict and blocked they even kept my log in from fully logging in, so my custom background and my proxy didn't load in. I don't know how they did it, but they did. Sneaky a--hats.
Honestly i didn't think this was going to work, i tried all of the links and all of the websites were blocked then i tried the " Ultrasurf " it works great, i am glad i came across this, i was freaking out because i had no way to get onto any websites that i need and since my laptop is my only electronic i was freaking out, but thank you so much so far it's great :)
To try this out, you'll need a good proxy server with anonymous data traffic. To find one of these servers, visit , then sort the list by "Anonymity" to view proxies that obscure all internet traffic. Once you've found one that looks good to you, write down the IP address and port number, because you'll be using those later.
My school administrator is so MEAN!!!! . None of the above worked at all. Even the google translate stuff. They blocked most of the sites online even gaming sites. It seems they know about everything you can maneuver and blocked every single thing. i hate my school admin.
To use this workaround, simply add an "s" just after the "http" portion of a URL (example: ), which will usually force the connection to take place on the unblocked port 443. The only problem here is that some sites don't offer a secure HTTPS connection, but for sites like YouTube and Gmail, this should be the only trick you need.
If the HTTPS trick doesn't work in your school, or the website you're trying to access doesn't offer a secure connection over port 443, using an unblocking website would be the second easiest solution. Here are a few links to some free and useful unblocking websites:
One of the easiest ways to access blocked content—and one that comes with the added benefit of plausible deniability—is to simply browse websites using HTTPS. Most school filters block access to sites on the common HTTP internet port 80, but they leave port 443 unblocked, which is what HTTPS generally uses.
But let's say you can't install extensions on the web browser provided by your school. In this case, you'll have to use a portable browser that installs on a USB stick and runs without interference from the school computer, which will allow you to route all internet traffic through a proxy address.
School internet filters serve a valid purpose—they keep students from wandering off into the deep corners of the web while still allowing at least block access to the educational material in National Geographic or forbid searching terms like "China," "Iran," or "Russia"—because, you know, breasts and commies.
So if you're stuck in one of these overzealous school districts and you don't even have access to basic learning tools, you'll have to find a way around nasty filters like . Keep in mind, though, that there might be some repercussions behind unblocking websites, but as long as you're aware of the risks and rewards, I'll show you some of the best ways to bypass school internet filters.
Using one of these websites is simple—just type the desired website address into the provided field, then click "Browse." From here, the unblocking service will route your connection over its proxy server, so your school's internet filter won't be able to tell what website you're browsing.
Yeah, they're keeping kids really safe by blocking the stuff they need to complete their assignments. Also none of these methods work, I'm using a Chromebook and have Chromium internet blocker. Is there any known way for me to get around Chromium? Plz send help.