Accessing blocked content

Many countries around the world have installed software that prevents Internet users within that country from accessing certain websites and Internet services. Companies, schools and public libraries often use similar software to protect their employees, students and patrons from material that they consider distracting or harmful. Some filters block a site based on its IP address, while others blacklist certain domain names or search through all unencrypted Internet communication, looking for specific keywords. These services can help you get around these blocks.


  • Allows users to access blocked sites in countries where the internet is censored, without installing additional software. Psiphon turns a regular home computer into a personal, encrypted server capable of retrieving and displaying web pages anywhere. You can then give out access to friends and contacts who live in a censored internet environment.

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