Most schools are over-obsessed; they keep restrictions on ridiculous things, and some even on relevant educational materials. Although they may have a valid reason to enable the students from getting distracted for the other side of the internet, some restrictions can be senseless. But don’t worry; there are ways to get around the restrictions on internet access that your school has imposed on the web.

  1. Use HTTPS

This has been established as the easiest method to use websites that have been blocked. Using the HTTPS to browse websites not only gets you easy access to blocked sites but also gives you an additional benefit of credible deniability. It’s easy to get past filters like light speed Systems. However, could be certain reasons for the blockage of the sites, but if you know the risks, here are some of the ways through which you can get past your school filters using HTTPS.

  • HTTPS usually uses internet port 443, which is often left unblocked by most of the schools. Schools generally block access to sites on the common HTTPS internet port 80, which we do not need while using HTTPS.
  • All you have to do is add an “s” after the “http” in the URL. This generally forces the connection to work on port 443, which is usually unblocked. This is convenient to use sites like YouTube and Gmail, but some sites do not offer a secure connection in HTTPS.
  1. Use an Unblocking Website

In case, your school has been clever enough to block port 443 as well, the HTTPS trick will not work. This is where we use an unblocking website, which is the easiest option after port 443.

  • There are a variety of free and useful unblocking websites on the net, including,,, and Defilers us.
  • Using unblocking websites is easy. The steps you need to follow are to type the link to the URL on which you want to specify the website and then you will be redirected to a server that is proxy. This way, your school’s internet filter wouldn’t be able to track which website you’re using to browse.
  1. Use UltraSurf on Chrome

If neither of the options mentioned before worked out, don’t be disappointed. We got another solution for you.

  • The above solutions probably didn’t work out for you because your school uses Lightspeed Services to obstruct internet traffic. Unfortunately, Lightspeed is an effective firewall. But fortunately for us, the Google Chrome extension UltraSurf is effective at getting around it with ease.
  • The first step is to install the UltraSurf extension. Once you’ve done this, tap on the button in Chrome’s toolbar and ensure that the “Connected” switch is on. UlatrSurf’s encrypted proxy network will take it from here, helping you to browse any website.
  1. Use a VPN

Select a VPN service that fits your needs. But using this on your school’s system is highly unlikely.

  • You will have to change the settings on your computer if you want to use a VPN here. VPNs usually let you browse without restrictions, but the chances of this working on your school system are very low.
  1. Use the Firefox Portable on a USB Drive Stick

But what if you can’t install extensions on the web browser that your school provides you? How will you get past the filters then? Lucky for you, we got another solution to bypass the blocked sites.

  • But here you will have to make the user of a browser that is portable that does not get interfered by the computer in school. This will enable that you get the traffic through the address that is proxy.
  • For this step, you will need an anonymous server to handle the traffic. You can browse through to find one of these services. After you’ve found one, sort the list that’s provided by anonymity so that you can see the proxies that hide all internet traffic. Find one that seems suitable for you and write down its IP address and port number. You need these later, so don’t forget to take note of this.
  • Now all you have to do is install a portable browser and set it to route traffic through your proxy. Download Firefox portable and put the drive to the installer file. Make sure you select your USB drive as the installation directory when asked.
  • Once this has been installed, open the Firefox Portable and get into the Options menu. Then go to the advanced menu and select the Settings button in the Network tab. Now choose the option called Manual proxy configuration and enter the IP address and the port number that you had written down before. Select the OK button on this menu, after which the Portable Browser will enable the anonymous proxy to let you access any site.


  • However, some filters of educational stuff exist that block all of the above solutions. Most of the systems that the schools offer the students usually block most of them.
  • Now for this, you can rely on some other options like scramble Suit Bridge for Tor, Google Translate, SSH tunneling and Start page proxy which is usually never blacklisted.

If none of these worked for you, you can opt for port forwarding. Also note that some school firewalls fail to block sub-domains, while they might have blocked the main domain.