- By Anna Ella
- Published 01/11/2013
Instant Messaging via Gmail/Yahoo! Use the gTalk if you have a Google email account. Gmail supports instant messaging over AIM or their own gTalk protocol.Use Yahoo! Messenger if you have a Yahoo! email account. Like Google, Yahoo! supports instant messaging with limited chat functionality inside its interface which is based upon the Facebook login proxy.It is also a Quick and easy explanation on how to download and use UltraSurf for Internet security and censorship circumvention when you access Facebook.Tips If you wish to watch YouTube videos through the Facebook proxies, make sure the proxy you use supports YouTube or has the “FlowTube” plugin. Otherwise, it may not work.You can browse to pages with these IP addresses to help circumvent some filters. YouTube: Youtube is a Google subdomain, so it’s not possible to access it via IP address. MySpace: 184.108.40.206 Facebook: 220.127.116.11 MiniClip: 18.104.22.168 Addicting Games: 22.214.171.124 Delete your browsing history when you are done.Keep a website you are supposed to be on open while doing this so you can switch at a moment’s notice.If you just type in “https” rather than “http” at the beginning of the address, you can go to some sites, as most blockers aren’t configured to block secure web pages. Note that not many websites use secure connections, so this will only work for some sites. If your school uses a word filter that blocks access by scanning sites for word content, use Picidae. A picidae server will deliver the whole site as a non-interactive screen shot. Your school may use content filtering at the packet level. They might see what you’re doing even if you are going through a proxy. In order to circumvent this, try to find a proxy that you can use via SSL.