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For various reasons, thousands websites all over the world are blocked or censored. Keep reading if you want to learn how to unblock websites.

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Unblock websites

  1. 1. Unblock Websites
  2. 2. For various reasons, thousands websites all over the world are blocked or censored. Keep reading if you want to learn how to unblock websites.How to unblock websites:The bottom-line is that you can unblock sites by using VPN software. If you are not interested in any technical details and want to unblock websites immediately, click here to learn about which VPN software to use.
  3. 3. Don’t worry: even if all this technical “geek-speak” sounds confusing, using a VPN to unblock sites is super easy (click here to learn more).Continue reading this article if you want to learn more technical details of how a VPN service can help you unblock websites.
  4. 4. The two kinds of blocking websitesThere are two ways in which websites are blocked:Your Government, School, Employee or ISP blocks websites (learn more here)The Website Owner Doesn’t Want You To Visit Their Site – e.g. Netflix blocking access to non-US residents (learn more here)
  5. 5. 1. Your Government, School, Employer or ISP blocks websitesThis is the most common kind of blocking websites. Usually, your government, school/collee, employer, net work admin or Internet Service Provider doesn’t want you to visit certain websites.
  6. 6. How sites are blockedA firewall (controlled by government, school, employer, …) sits right in-between you and the unrestricted internet. The firewall monitors traffic and blocks every attempt of visiting a site that it is programmed to block.
  7. 7.  The solution to unblock websites: Using a VPNUsing VPN software, you can bypass the Firewall and unblock websites by accessing the free, unrestricted internet.The VPN server is located in a place that has unrestricted Internet access. There is no content firewall between the VPN and the Internet. Therefore, connecting to the Internet via the VPN gives you unfiltered Internet access.
  8. 8. Don’t worry if you are confused by above image or explanation. All you need to know that unblocking websites using a VPN is super easy.Now that you understand how a VPN can help you to unblock websites, head over here to check out the best VPN services.
  9. 9. 2. The Website Owner Doesn’t Want You To Visit Their SiteSometimes a website operator doesn’t want you to access his site. For example, Netflix or Hulu only allow residents of the USA or Canada to access them. The BBC iPlayer can only used by UK residents. People abroad are blocked.Netflix and Hulu do this because they only have the rights to play TV shows or movies to US and Canadian residents.
  10. 10. If you want to unblock Netflix, unblock Hulu, watch BBC iPlayer abroad or access any other site that is blocked by its operator a VPN is the solution.How it worksAll you need to do is to connect to a VPN server which is located in a country that is allowed to access your site. Via the VPN, you can freely access the site’s content.
  11. 11. Example #1:You want to watch Netflix but are currently abroad. In order to unblock Netflix you need to connect to a VPN server located in the United States.Example #2:You want to watch BBC iPlayer while being abroad. In order to unblock BBC iPlayer you need to connect to a VPN server that is located in the United Kingdom.
  12. 12. Don’t panic, even if above might sound complicated. All you need to remember is that you can unblock your favorite sites by using a VPN service. Using a VPN is super easy. Head over here to learn about which VPN is best to use.
  13. 13. Learn how to unblock websites in uae :UnblockWebsitesFast.comttp://unblockwebsitesfast.com/

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