Protection by Foxy Proxy and MAFIAAFireAdded: Wednesday, August 17th, 2011
Category: About Torrents > Staying Safe And Secure
Tags:ET, p2p, Torrent, Piracy, Peer To Peer, Network, Hackers, Internet, BitTorrent, Google, utorrent, bitcomet, extratorrent, 2010, www.extrattorrent.com
As you already know, there is a comprehensive list of methods to circumvent the website filtering suggested by the United States, and some of them go way beyond circumventing kinds of censorship as suggested by the proposed legislation. Actually, it will be very interesting to see how the suggested services respond to those supporting online censorship. Today industry observers agree that it will be very difficult to stop already existing ways to fight DNS censorship. It will be considered very impressive if broadband providers find a way to stop all the methods of bypassing the website filtering.
Meanwhile, aside from the methods of protecting from the censoring legislation by your own means, there are ready-made solutions provided by the others in form of the software designed particularly for accessing censored websites.
Foxy Proxy is a simple add-on for FireFox that everyone can download and install. After obtaining a huge list of simple proxies residing outside of the United States, you will have much better chances to access the site blocked by the American government or corporate interests.
The advantage of this ready solution is that it’s extremely easy to install – being able to access censored online service is merely a click away. In other words, it becomes a fast fix with minimal effort if you have access to an impressive list of proxies. However, the reliability of the add-on is no guarantee. Considering the technological aspect of this plugin, it is not 100% secure, because you only rely on one proxy. In addition, you won’t be able to use this add-on for all kinds of web traffic, and it is confined to FireFox only.
This simple plugin for FireFox and Chrome has been widely discussed in the Internet before. You can easily download and install the add-on, and if a website you are trying to access has had its domain seized, you will be redirected to an alternate domain (if it has any) and still access the service.
The plugin is really very easy to install and then it will be maintained for you through updates. On the other hand, it uses DNS servers that can also be blocked. You should keep in mind that the tool depends on the assumption that there’s an alternative domain name used in the first place for access. In other words, if no alternate domain exists, you won’t be able to access the original website in this fashion.
Wednesday, August 17th, 2011
|posted by (2011-08-17 23:57:55)|
|why does goverment feel such a huge never ending need to censor the internet still don t have a god answer for that ? ?|
|its about money, but they dont realize that they cant censor the internet, only slow it down||
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