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06-Jul-2018 08:05

To see if you are subject of DNS-based filtering, do the following: If you are on Windows, open Start Menu - your DNS requests are being hijacked.

If that is the case, you can likely defeat blocking by switching to Google's public DNS (unless the filter you are behind uses multiple blocking methods at once).

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DNS is a part of the Internet infrastructure that lets requests from your computer find their way to Real Life Cam (or any other site's) servers.

Hijacking DNS requests is the most frequently used way to implement Internet filtering.

However you can change this setting and use DNS servers operated by a neutral party and free of censorship.

The good thing is that most censors don't realize this either so Google Translate is almost always unblocked.

The problem with it (and to a slightly lesser extent, option #1) however is that all web proxies inevitably break the functionality of some websites.

There are several technologies you can use to achieve this, we'll address two most popular ones here.

VPN (Virtual Private Network) emulates a LAN connection between your computer and a server and routes all the traffic via this connection.

By the time you read to the end you'll know at least one (likely more) working method of accessing Real Life Cam and most other sites from behind a blocker. The nice thing about this method is that you don't need to download anything or modify your computer settings.