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IP address in place of URL
Writing IP address instead of URL in your browser’s address bar is another simple way of accessing the blocked website. One can easily get the IP address of any website by pinging the domain name in the command prompt. Usually the software blocks only the URL – something you don’t use in this case.
Google Translate or Yahoo! Babelfish
Translate services also help you access the blocked websites. Enter the website domain in any other language than English. This step will consequently bypass the blocking software.
There are plenty of proxy websites available on the web. These websites hide your IP address, and assigns you a new one from another country, where the same website is not blocked. Just go to Google search, and find the best proxy website for you.
IP Hiding Software
One can also install an IP hiding software which is very common these days. A lot of free programs of this nature are available on the web. Hotspot Shield and UltraSurf are good examples in this regard.
Changing DNS Servers
Changing DNS servers is another great technique. Preventing DNS servers from giving the location of the blocked website’s server is a very common way of blocking. It can be avoided just by changing your DNS server to OpenDNS's or Google's DNS. This will also pump up your Internet speed.