What not alot of people know though, is that it can be done much easier, quite literally with the click of your mouse.
Step 1: go to www.opera.com…
Step 2: download the Opera browser for your corresponding system. (very stable browser akin to Firefox)
Step 3: Install the software
Step 4: In the bottom left corner of the browser there is a selection menu for various modes the browser has for operation. The button most to the right is to enable “Turbo mode”, turn this option on.
Step 5: browse to the site of your choosing, et voila, no more ISP blocks.
How does this work?
Turbo Mode is originally meant for people who have a slow internet connection. What happens is that the browser compresses the data and routes it trough a server hosted by opera itself, which at the same time functions as a DNS. So your ISP can’t see what site you are visiting behind the Opera server. How long this will keep working is something i can’t tell, but for now, it works.
- Opera browser renders The Pirate Bay ISP blocks useless (geek.com)
- Opera has an easy way to bypass The Pirate Bay blockade, and it’s built-in to the browser (thenextweb.com)
- Opera The Pirate Bay workaround surfaces as BitTorrent usage increases in Europe (slashgear.com)
- Opera Turbo Offers Indirect Pirate Bay Access (coated.com)