How To Access Blocked Sites At School or College

I was screwing around with the command prompt one day in school, and realized I could access blocked sites, I decided to share because I like you guys.

1. Start>Run and type in cmd, if you don't have run on your start menu, read another school hacking tutorial to tell you how to access it.

2. Once your command prompt box opens, type "ping" (of course without the quotes.)

3.Press enter and you should see some numbers that looks like an IP address pop up, copy those numbers.

4. Open up your school internet browser, and type in those numbers that you copied in the command prompt. Now you can access your website!

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Ernest Ian said...

Pre, indi mo ni mahimo kung ako system admin mo.

Pati decimal values(actual IP ad) sng site, ginablock ko!

Ronnel said...

ows tuod ka nest isa pa lang na ka option ko may duwa bisan ano mo nga block sudlon ko na pang removal ko da

Anonymous said...

where in the internet browser do you put the numbers?

Anonymous said...

you only copy the numbers in brackets next to the "Pinging"

and type the numbers in the browser



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