When authorities block Twitter, Facebook or other, here how u can go around blockade.
Most of the time, your ISP automatically assigns a primary and secondary DNS server when your router or computer requests network information via DHCP. But what if those ISP-provided DNS servers aren’t working properly or “they” block certain sites?
Ways to connect when authorities block services:
- Unblock YouTube grants you access to any blocked web page
- Web Proxy — is an intermediate point between your computer and the needed website.
- Use ProxMate . This is a addons for webbrowser Mozilla Firefox or Chrome.
- DNS provider that is open and democratic
- Android users
- Apple users
- Google browser
- Firefox users
- List of DNS servers that can be used to avoid censorship
- How Do I Change DNS Servers?
- Tor Browser
- What is the Tor Browser?
These dial-up numbers are meant to help you connect to the Internet in case of blackout. Please be aware that they don’t prevent wiretapping (usual care applies, like using HTTPS) and they do cost the price of an international call.
France (provided by FDN)
Sweden (provided by Gotanet)
The Netherlands (provided by XS4ALL)
Report a broken line
If you’re experiencing issues with one of the lines listed above please let us know. If you have a dial-up line and want to help people to connect, feel free to contact us @TelecomixSyria and we’ll list it
The Government in Turkey has taken down Facebook and Twitter amid their countries unrest over a development demolition. For people in Turkey free VPN.
- euro1.vpnbook.com (Anonymous VPN)
- euro2.vpnbook.com (Anonymous VPN)
- uk1.vpnbook.com (UK VPN – optimized for fast web surfing; no p2p downloading)
- us1.vpnbook.com (US VPN – optimized for fast web surfing; no p2p downloading)
The CyberGuerrilla Anonymous Nexus also provide OpenVPN accounts, Jabber OTR and secure mail all on servers of our own without logging ip’s. See https://cyberguerrilla.info for what we can offer for ur safety contact https://cyberguerrilla.info/contact/ or hit me on IRC Connect to IRC.
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