How to Bypass Dot Compliance Blocks That Restrict Website Access.

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Jascha Luca
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19.03.2019
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If you are currently trying to access a website but are seeing the following error message/block: “YOU ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO ACCESS THIS WEB PAGE AS PER THE DOT COMPLIANCE”. This article will show you several different ways you can get around the block to access the content withheld.

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Although the Internet is supposed to be a place where accessing information is easy, and unrestricted, there are a lot of countries and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) that restrict certain content. In a lot of cases most people who encounter a restricted site will simply look elsewhere, however, if you don’t want to be locked out of a site/service it is possible (in most cases) to bypass these restrictions.

Obviously, there are potential risks and consequences for bypassing these blocks so make sure you understand the potential risks involved in doing so, before doing so. However, if the content is simply frowned upon and not totally illegal, what’s the harm in accessing it? Right!?

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How Do You Bypass “YOU ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO ACCESS THIS WEB PAGE AS PER THE DOT COMPLIANCE” From Your Computer?

One of the easiest ways to bypass these kinds of blocks is to change your DNS settings. Although there are quite a lot of DNS services available online, OpenDNS and CloudFlare are two of the fastest, most reliable options. They are also relatively easy to set up as both services have detailed guides for the process. Just remember that a DNS service won’t hide your activity online.

Setting up OpenDNS
Setting up CloudFlareDNS

Start Using a Proxy to Bypass “YOU ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO ACCESS THIS WEB PAGE AS PER THE DOT COMPLIANCE” Blocks.

If a DNS change hasn’t let you get around the block the next best thing to try is a proxy, which will make it appear as though you are accessing the content from a different location. Just like DNS changes, this won’t give you full anonymity, but it should get you past any DOT Compliance blocks. You can find a full list of proxy services by simply searching Free Proxies in Google.

Although free proxies work relatively well, they do have a tendency to fail from time to time so may be frustrating to constantly set up. Once you’ve got a proxy address, check out the following guides for setup instructions.

How to Setup a Proxy Server on Windows 10.

How to Setup a Proxy Server From Your Internet Browser.

Start Using a VPN to Bypass “YOU ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO ACCESS THIS WEB PAGE AS PER THE DOT COMPLIANCE” Blocks.

The final option you can use to bypass website restrictions is a VPN. Unlike DNS servers and Proxies VPNs offer a far more secure and private service but do still have vulnerabilities and limitations. The most noticeable being speed drops. If you do decide to use a VPN connection, make sure you spend a little bit of time researching it beforehand. It’s also a good idea to invest in a paid service as free services are more likely to use any traffic/data for financial gain. Remember nothing is truly free.

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