Fortinet is Web filtering software that helps educational institutions, corporations and other network administrators to block a variety of websites. Usually, websites are blocked because they display inappropriate sexual content and violence or because they use too much bandwidth and slow down networks. Unfortunately, the Fortinet filtering software can also block websites that provide harmless and useful content. But there are various proxy websites that will help you bypass Fortinet Internet filters, giving you access to reliable websites you need to view.
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Visit the Access to Blocked Sites official Web page. This website will give you access to blocked websites at no cost, bypassing security firewalls and Internet content filter software such as Fortinet.
Type the Web address for the site that Fortinet is blocking in the text box located in the middle of the Access to Blocked Sites website.
Click on the "Go" tab and wait for Access to Blocked Websites to direct you to the Web page that was previously being blocked by a Fortinet Internet filter.
Go to the official Freeze the Firewall website. This website helps users unblock school proxy sites and bypass Internet filtering software like Fortinet.
Enter the address of the website being filtered by the Fortinet software in the text box on the top of the Freeze the Firewall screen.
Click the "Search" tab and wait for Freeze the Firewall to bypass the Fortinet Internet filter.
Type the URL for the website you want to visit in the text box located on the upper right side of the screen, below where it says "Enter a URL to visit:"
Click on the "Go" tab located below the text box and allow time for Proxy.org to redirect you to the site that was previously being filtered by Fortinet.
Tips and warnings
- New proxy sites are always being created. To have access to an up-to-date list of proxy sites, visit the TopBits web page.
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