How to Get Past Websense Block

Updated February 21, 2017

Websense is a widely known and utilised Internet-security product that showcases an assortment of filtering options adaptable to the specific needs of the network an admin wants to protect from virus, Trojan or malware threats, or to block websites hosting material deemed inadequate or distracting to Internet users. When Websense is administered, it is characteristic for harmless and informational web content to also get blocked. If this occurs in your network, however, you can fortunately get past a Websense block by using a proxy site.

Visit to get past a Websense block (see Resources). is a free way to unlock filtered Web content that Websense is restricting on your network. When you browse the server, your activity is kept anonymous and the risk of getting infections from viruses, malware or Trojans is also reduced.

Enter the URL in the small text box displayed on the lower, left area of the Web page.

Click the "Go" tab next to the text box and will get past the Websense block in your system redirecting you to the website you originally needed to access.

Navigate to the ProxPark website to get past a block stemming from Websense (see Resources). ProxPark lets you use its server for free to gain entry to websites that are being blocked by software like Websense. ProxPark will also keep your anonymity when you get past a block from Websense.

Add the URL of the website you would like to view on your computer in the text field placed in the lower section of the page.

Click the "Go" button and ProxPark will get you past the block Websense is causing and give unrestricted access to the Web page you need to use.

Get past a block Websense is administering in your network by using the proxy (see Resources). is a free browsing proxy that opens the web through its server. With you can get past blocks established by Websense and other filtering products rapidly and anonymously.

Locate the text box at the bottom, left region of the page next to where "Site Url:" is displayed and type the web address of the page you want.

Click the tab that says "Go" featured on the right side of the text box and will get past the block Websense was placing in your computer.


Navigate to the Free Web Proxy List site to find other proxy sites that will help you get past blocks that Websense is instilling in your network. (See Resources.)

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Based in Orange County, Calif., Herman Cruz has been writing since 2007. His articles have been published in various content platforms and he also has written for Internet entrepreneurs who need assistance with writing sales letters and articles for their businesses. Cruz is pursuing his Bachelor of Arts in integrated composition, improvisation and technology at the University of California in Irvine.