It's summer time again and IT managers at school districts across the country are still trying to find ways to prevent kids from Unblocking Myspace at school. You see, millions of kids use thousands of free open web based proxies to Unblock Myspace even though their school administrators continuously block these proxies.

It's relativly simple to setup a proxy, there are many free open-source programs you can download to set one up. Some of them include names like phproxy, CGIproxy, and even Google can be used as a proxy. No school IT administrator would dare block Google! In the fall when students return to school there will undoubtably be hundreds of more ways to get on myspace and bypass the security measures schools have implemented.

There are genuine uses for web based proxies, for instance, they can be used when travelling to foreign countries that censure what their citizens can look at on the Internet and sometimes it's actually faster to use a proxy than to access the sites directly. But the majority of these proxies are still used by kids at school looking to unblock Myspace, Facebook, Bebo, Xanga, and other social networking services. 

So if you're one of the students looking for How to Unblock Myspace, rest assured there are thousands of different sites already available to Unblock Myspace. All one needs to do is a little research to find one that hasn't been blocked by your school. Forget about seeing the dreaded Myspace blocked message and finally learn to bypass Myspace!

Can’t keep kids off Myspace at school – They just Unblock Myspace
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3 thoughts on “Can’t keep kids off Myspace at school – They just Unblock Myspace

  • March 11, 2008 at 4:49 am
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    That website. wh cant we get on it at school?!!
    it does m nut.

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  • September 4, 2008 at 12:55 pm
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    i need to learn how to get on myspace

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  • August 5, 2010 at 7:36 pm
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    a Virtual Private Connection requires programming between to computers, routers, switches, etc. There’s mapping, pre-shared keys and many other things that must be set on both ends to build a vpn tunnel. If your school doesn’t have that set but your home does, the tunnel won’t build, regardless what kind of administrative blocking they have going on. You would have to get with the system administrator at the school to help you. But then, I don’t think they’ll do that.

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