System administrators can sometimes block access to websites. This is done in a number of ways, and is often applied to networks. This method restricts access to certain websites in an effort to increase productivity or as a form of censorship. This is often done in networks used in workplaces or in schools.
Web proxies can override the restrictions. You can choose a free Web proxy or subscribe to a professional proxy provider. Internet search engines can be used to search for free Web proxies. This will lead you to quite a lot of websites for proxies.
Some system administrators may block access to proxy sites or redirection services. There are new servers and redirection services that are being put up everyday. Try using the newer ones which may be unknown to the system administrator. Choosing an unknown or new service has a higher probability that the system administrator is not aware of it and has not blocked it.
After selecting a Web proxy, you can use it to access the blocked website you intended on visiting. Just enter the website address and hit enter.
Afterwards, the Web proxy will open a new page. When this happens, there will be two addresses that you will see, the address of the Web proxy and the address that the Web proxy is accessing.
This is assuming, of course, that the Network administrators haven’t blocked the address of the proxy website you intend to use.