in my company our network department people stop the accessing of google,yahoo website for the employees using router how can i access the google and yahoo now please help thank u
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If you (really) need to access Google or Yahoo for work purposes, you should talk to your management and get them to arrange for a way to do it. I personally use both Google and Yahoo as part of my work ... and would find it very hard (maybe even impossible) to do certain tasks without them.
If you actually want to use Google and/or Yahoo for non-work-related purposes, either get a broadband connection at home, or change employers. If you try to subvert the router restrictions for no good reason, you deserve to be fired.
It depends on how good the system administrator is. You may be able to get around it using some form of VPN/proxy/tunnel, but you will not be able to do it in a way that they cannot detected if the administrator is interesting in doing so. A quick search of google will reveal many methods. The right one for your network depends on how your administrator has configured things.
My suggestion is to buy a smartphone with a data plan and use your own Internet access which they will not have any control over.
Yes, you should still be able to access those sites, provided a few things.
An external proxy server are generally called anonymous proxy servers if you don't know them ... or you can use another companies proxy, which is accessible via the public / a public IP.
So .. scamper off to Google to search for them ... OH WAIT! u can't BWAHEBAHEBAWHEHAWEBAWHEA...
So maybe Bing can do it....
None-the-less, i wouldn't use anonymous services like those .. who knows what they are doing ... especially if u're using usernames/passwords!! nasty :(
But most importantly ... dude/dudette/thing ... it's blocked for a reason ... tsk tsk trying to break out.