When trying to access the website you see notification that it is not available in your country? Don't get upset, it doesn't mean that the website was deleted from Internet, it means your provider blocks it. In this article we will share some ways to access blocked sites. We hope that this information will be useful for you. Ways to open blocked sites for PC: 1. Tor browser This is a free of charge browser that aims to provide full anonymity in Internet and conceal users' online activity from surveillance and traffic analysis by separating identification and routing, enabling them to access blocked sites. 2. Anonymizers (web proxy) Here is a small list of operating anonymizers that aim to provide site access without determining IP address: proxfree.com unblocksit.es hidemy.name/en/ anonymouse.org All you need to do is to enter blocked site address via anonymizer and open this site without any problem. 3. OPERA browser with TURBO mode activated The technology behind Opera Turbo is a proxy server with server-side compression of webpages. Click on the Opera Turbo icon on the lower left of the screen to enable it. 4. VPN This network allows you to create a secure connection to another network over the Internet. 5. Public DNS If you provider hasn't actually blocked website IP, you can simply change connection settings: put Google public DNS server instead of your provider's DNS server. Ways to open blocked sites for mobile devices: 1. Opera Mini Browser Browser is available on Google play (Android) and App Store (iOS). 2. Google Chrome Browser Settings-> More-> Data Saver (on) 3. Puffin Browser Browser is available on Google play (Android) and App Store (iOS). 4. OrBot (Android) Orbot is a free proxy app that uses Tor to encrypt your Internet traffic and then hides it by bouncing through a series of computers around the world. Available on Google play. 5. Onion Browser (iOS) It is the original open-source Tor-powered browser for iOS that helps you bypass censorship and access the internet with more safety and privacy. Available on App Store.