3rd Sep 2013 08:51pm
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Bypass UK Internet Block

By now you'll notice if you're from the United Kingdom at least, many websites (mainly torrent sites) are blocked by your ISP (Internet Service Provider) and soon most adult sites will be blocked too (but at least with the adult block you'll be able to contact your ISP and ask for the block to be lifted), however what happens if you want to actually view torrent sites? Well you could use various proxy sites, but every now and then, they seem to fail or get overloaded. However there is one service that has been set up that bypasses the blocks and works a treat - saving you from having to find a proxy site, by bypassing your web request through their own servers. It's from a site called Immunicity.

To apply it you can follow their guides here, however on here I'll show you how to do it for a Microsoft Windows computer.

1) Open your "Control Panel" and double-click on "Internet Options".

Bypass UK Internet Block

2) Goto the "Connections" tab, and at the bottom press the "LAN settings" button.

Bypass UK Internet Block

3) Tick the second option down "Use automatic configuration script" and in the "Address" field enter:

http://clientconfig.immunicity.org/pacs/all.pac

Bypass UK Internet Block

4) Click "OK", then "OK" again on the Internet Properties window and you're done! Now try accessing a site that was previously blocked.

Bypass UK Internet Block

Enjoy. :)

Oh and this method should also work when an adult content block comes into force too (saving you the embarrassment of contacting your ISP)

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