Accessing any of the blocked website using Internet Explorer will report that “This page can’t be displayed“.
There are a couple of ways for an ISP to block access to websites and Malaysian ISP simply blocks DNS resolution query by null routing to localhost IP address 127.0.0.1.
You can refer to our list of free VPNs or simply try out Hotspot Shield, a free ad-supported VPN software.
After installation, run Hotspot Shield and it will automatically connect to their VPN server.
You can now access any websites that has been previously blocked by your Internet Service Provider.
Download Hotspot Shield If you are a Google Chrome user, Zen Mate is a nice extension that encrypts and secures your connection allowing you to access blocked websites.
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As long as the web proxies websites are not blocked by your ISP or firewall, then this method should work.
All you need to do is launch your web browser such as Internet Explorer, log on to a Web Proxy website and enter the blocked URL that you would like to access.
You might want to click on the Flush DNS button and also restart your web browser to clear off any DNS caching.
Another advantage in using DNS Jumper is it automatically backs up the original DNS server address so you can easily roll back the DNS changes by selecting “Restore” from the DNS server list.