Redirection in websites
efraindector at motumweb.com
Fri Oct 13 16:24:49 UTC 2017
You could setup a VPN server on your home (listening on a port that is
not blocked on the school network like 443).
Then connect your device to that VPN and that way all the traffic will
be redirected and encrypted and it will be like you are navigating from
If the connection on your home is not that great, you could search for a
VPS provider (to setup the VPN yourself) or search for a VPN provider
that meet your needs.
El 12/10/2017 a las 07:43 p. m., Antonio Olivares escribió:
> Dear FreeBSD users,
> Something strange is going on when I try to visit a website. I type
> www.duckduckgo.com in the address bar, and instead of getting duckduckgo, I
> see google. I do the same but visting www.yandex.com, and I get google.com.
> Except for yahoo, I cannot access the other sites like I used to. I cannot
> run ftp from a latex site, I get operation timed out error messages when
> # pkg upgrade
> Some of my friends say that it is a conspiracy, 1984 by George Orwell is
> happening. I am a mathematics teacher and our network at school is not
> behaving normally. I asked kindly to administrators to open some
> opensource sites, and some pages which were rated unknown by the software.
> But, I cannot do normal things like update my machines because someone
> believes I am downloading illegal materials/files. Is there a way to
> configure tor network on my amd64 bit machine to bypass these troubles? I
> am not doing anything wrong but I don't feel good not updating my machines
> and that redirection is also not good.
> If tor is not viable, are there any wireless broadband providers that
> respect the user's freedom, then I can get one device and connect from it
> to access the sites that I need also update my machines. Friends tell me
> that such companies do not exist. I hope that is not the case. Thanks for
> your advice, suggestions and hints.
> Best Regards,
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