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Alternative unblocking methods
Today our in-browser anonymizer proxy technology is the most advanced of its kind, however there are some certain limits when working with some websites. If you are unable to access 001.co.za using our service you can try the alternative tricks described here. Note however that some of the methods below may require activating the administrator rights on your computer.
VPN is the most efficient and robust method to bypass blocks on the Internet, but most of the time it is not free of charge. If you frequently have to access the blocked sites or if you care about your privacy and security it this method may be the best one to choose. As a client program for your computer we would recommend OpenVPN GUI. It is a full-featured SSL VPN solution which can accommodate a wide range of configurations, including remote access, site-to-site VPNs, Wi-Fi security, and enterprise-scale remote access solutions with load balancing, failover, and fine-grained access-controls.
Most online translation services, such as Google Translate, allow you to translate the remote websites inside their own pages. So you do not visit this remote website directly, instead of that you appear to visit the translation service's domain name. This technique is particularly effective for bypassing the firewall filters. You just need to enter the URL of the blocked website and translate it - let Google Translate fetch the content for you.
If you search on Google or Yandex, you will find thousands of websites distributing free lists of public HTTP or HTTPS proxies (or SOCKS4 and SOCKS5 that ensure a better level of anonymity). Most public proxies will help you to access the 001.co.za website.
Tor is a volunteer-run anonymous network that can help you to surf the web anonymously bypassing the Internet filters. For more details check out Tor project website.
Wayback Machine is a free service developed and maintained by The Internet Archive, that periodically takes snapshots of almost all the websites on the Internet since the day they have been launched. E.g. it can be useful to learn what a certain site looked like in the past but it can be also used to fetch the content of the remote website bypassing the network restrictions. View the photo 001.co.za in the archive.
DNS is a part of the Internet structure that allows the requests from your computer to find their way to various site servers. Blocking websites with the DNS is the most frequently used way of the Internet filtering. By default most computers are configured to use ISP servers provided by ISP. But you can also use DNS servers provided free of charge without any censorship, for example Google Public DNS. By doing this, you will be able to bypass the ISP restrictions and access the censored websites (unless the filter you are behind is using multiple blocking methods at once). Moreover, by using this method you can also speed up your browsing experience and improve your security online.
Search engines like Google, Yahoo or Yandex cache the web pages and store them on their servers. Clicking on 'Cached' will bring you to the cached version of the webpage, as updated as how frequently the Search engine catches it. View the 001.co.za in the cache Google (if available).
Most of the firewalls tend to block websites using their specific domain names but you can try to bypass this restriction by connecting directly to the site's IP addresses. In order to do that, you need to edit the so called "hosts" file. On Windows it is "C:\WINDOWS\System32\drivers\etc\hosts". And on Mac OS X it's "/etc/hosts". Open this file with a text editor (Notepad on Windows, TextEdit on Mac OS X) and add the following lines to it: