1. If the site you are trying to access is specifically blocked on your computer, you can access it using the mobile version of the site, IP address, or Google Translate.
2. Try the mobile version of the site. Many sites, such as Facebook, have mobile alternatives that can be accessed by typing "M". Between "WWW". Site address and site name part. Many blocking services do not consider mobile versions of blocked sites.
3. Search for a website's IP address, not its domain name. You can find a website's IP address, its original digital address, on any major computer platform.
4. Use Google Translate to hide website addresses. This approach doesn't always work, but it provides a simple alternative to using proxy sites or portable browsers.