Here Is a List of "Bypassers" That Should Work Anywhere
How do these "bypassers" work? It's actually quite simple, they use https (yahoo it) it's a type of website code that only allows the information from the computer your on to be sent to the website and vice versa, it doesn't allow any middle man (fire walls etc.) to get the information. An example of everyday use is when you log in to your email, you should see an https website at the top right before access your email.
If you get a not that say something like "there is a problem with the websites security certificate bla bla" just hit continue to the website. When a smaller box called security information box pops up hit NO because it is basically asking you if you want to allow pop ups to run.
An update: As of 11-4-08 this list is ordered from the most useful to sorta useful and newest to oldest.
NOTE: Every proxy works differently on different computers. For example you are on a computer at work using a proxy and everything goes great but your friend on a different computer on the same network tries but it doesn't work. Also just because a proxy doesn't work one day doesn't mean it might not work another day.
Remember try them withh https: first then http:// second because they all have two ways to work. Also just because one way doesn't work, it doesn't mean the other won't. I suggest try using https:// first because it prevents popups.
https://prettytroll.com --Most reliable
New as of 2-25-2012 -- https://trashpilot.com https://dollmuffin.com https://prettytroll.com
https://simplediver.com https://hotmoon.info https://playergiver.info https://watertiger.info
Last updated 2-25-2012