Every time you wake up in the morning, you expect things to be up and running. You wake up, do your grooming, check your messages and mails in the internet and then embark on your daily activities. To tell you the truth, days don’t break the same way; you might wake up in the morning only to find you cannot access your Facebook account. Don’t worry, this isn’t going to happen.
But there are lots of reasons that Facebook will be blocked, mostly work or school. For many people, such as users in China, UAE, Saudi Arabia and other less fortunate countries, access to Facebook is blocked. And you need a proxy to unblock it. The best thing you can do is find a proxy that is designed to open up Facebook anywhere, from any computer or phone.
Blocking of social networks is a reality and one can loose access through reasons like; government policies on censorship of information. Some governments may believe that Facebook is being used to propagate hate, incite people to violence or is being used to send anti government messages calling for protests. It may decide to block the social network. The government can also start screening people’s messages to know the status of messages sent and to get information about peoples private natured indulgencies.
All the more reason to use a proxy. When you unblock Facebook with a proxy, you’re not just getting access to stuff on FB, you’re also stopping people from spying on you. If you share an internet connection with someone – ie, your boss or other students, you’re at risk for being spied on. Simple software installs or even Firefox add-ons can allow users to see what other people are doing on the same IP address. A proxy gives you a new IP and makes you anonymous – completely invisible.
Some employers in private institutions may block Facebook to their employees for various reasons like; spending too much time chatting with friends instead of working or even to stop workers from organizing complaints about the workplace. It has happened to me for a couple of times. Schools can also block Facebook to make students study instead of spend a lot of time on Facebook. Whatever! School sucks anyway. When Facebook is blocked a proxy can get you access to it, right under your teachers or boss’s nose! The only way to access Facebook under such set of circumstances is to have a proxy under your sleeve. .
If you can’t get to Facebook, it’s because traffic from your IP is blocked from Facebook’s IP by a firewall. You can “jump” this firewall by accessing the proxy, and letting the proxy access Facebook for you. Tricky, right? It’s easy for you. You just type the FB URL into the secure browser. Securitales is an example of a proxy that allows one to unblock Facebook and remain unknown. The anonymity comes from the fact that your IP address cannot be seen and the connection is seen to come from the proxy server.
It’s one of the most popular ones around, and works like a charm. Because there’s no installation necessary, you’ve just to click on the secure link from your email inbox, and go from there. You don’t even have to access the Securitales website, which means there will be no cookies or bits of software left to tip anyone off.
- One license can be use on your phone, laptop, work computer and more
- There’s a FREE TRIAL
- It’s only $6 a month