How to Get Past Most Internet Filters on Mac OS X

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Introduction: How to Get Past Most Internet Filters on Mac OS X

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Don't you hate it when some internet filter blocks your favorite websites?
This is how to get past that on Mac OS X

Step 1: Materials

You will need:
   1. a computer running mac os x
   2.any place with an internet filter

Step 2: Open Terminal

In this step you need to go to Macintosh_HD>applications>utilities>Terminal.
Open it

Step 3: The Fun Part

In terminal type "ping (whatever website is blocked), without quotation marks and switching (whatever website is blocked) with any website
I used miniclip.com.

Step 4: Finding the IP

now find the IP, its 4 numbers seperated by periods. write it down

Step 5: Type in the IP

Type the IP into a browsers address bar

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    i try this ping www.malikagames.com, and ip get ip addres and browse to my browser cant still not work

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    this doesnt work with most modern blockers

    Hi, does it work with Aobo internet filter for Mac os x from http://www.internet-filter-mac.com

    Usualy server side content blockers block by keyword so using the sites ip wont work sorry. 

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    That's why it works. The content blocker works on keywords, and those keywords are usually not the IP address