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100+ Free Tools For You To Access Blocked Sites

100+ Free Tools For You To Access Blocked Sites
How many ways have you used to unblocked the internet censorship and get access to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and some other sites blocked in your country or area? I have used a ton, such as Proxy, SSH, VPN and many other anti-censorship tools, since which may be blocked, too, the more you have, the safer you will be. The following are 100+ free tools for you to access blocked sites: I. Online Proxy Websites (66) The main advantage of online proxy websites (or web proxies) is that you don't need to install anything nor to make any configuration, just to look out those pop-up ads. 1. The Aniscartujo web proxy is workable for both computers and mobile phones. 2. This web proxy allows you to watch YouTube videos as well as to download them in MP4 files. 3. A UK web proxy which supports JavaScript well. 4. The effect of TryCatchMe is nearly same as Daveproxy. 5. Surfagain.com is available for you to watch YouTube videos. 6. 7. The Magaproxy free version is free of pop-up ads. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12-47. a.

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