Many people who have Facebook accounts would like to connect from work or place of study (college, university, etc..), But usually in these places, are responsible for managing public computers, block access to leisure and entertainment sites. There are several ways to violate these blockages so you can check your Facebook without problems.
This is a list of some tricks to connect to Facebook from work or place of study when it has been blocked:
1. Connect through https
HTTP is the protocol that allows a browser to read a web address or URL and display to the user. But there is also the protocol HTTPS , which is the secure version of the above. Usually system administrators block the addresses as http://www.facebook.com/ , but not secure protocol: https: / / http://www.facebook.com/ , so you can try in a place where you blocked site lets you enter through the secure protocol. So you also get more security in your account as being an encryption protocol, you can not access data such as passwords, because they are sent encrypted.
Link: https: / / http://www.facebook.com/
2. Enter through the Google translator
One technique widely used to access web sites blocked by the companies is through the online translation system from Google. The translator can translate whole web pages by simply entering the address in the box provided. You can enter the link Facebook and the translator will display the page within a frame in your browser, although there are locks on it.
Go to: http://translate.google.com/
3. Login via proxy
There are many proxy sites on the Internet, providing access to remote sites using a computer that acts as a link, avoiding the use of the server where the pages have been blocked. Although best known as Anonymouse.org, should already be locked into the system of your work, school or university. One that works efficiently is Vtunnel.com. Vtunnel can connect with your Facebook account from a PC blocked, as well as being proxy, you can also enable the cookie system that allows you to enter your username and password to the site.
To use, simply enter http://www.facebook.com Vtunnel.com address and you can access your account. If for some reason you receive the following message: “Cookies are not enabled on your browser. Please go to your security preferences and adjust the settings before proceeding, just enter your password again and enter the home of Facebook.
Remember that some of these tricks might not work, try them all until one allows you to access Facebook in the best way and without problems.