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Circumventor proxies are a good way for uncensored browsing. These proxy lists are updated on a weekly basis and delivered to my inbox. I compile these lists and publish on a monthly basis on my blog techpiper.com

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Circumventor proxies are best applied when they are used within a short period of the publication in the net. Since circumventors are published on a daily basis in the web, Network managers are also trying to block them using their programs. As always, the early bird gets the worm. So try to use the latest circumventor proxies available on this site to bypass censorship.

In this post I am listing Circumventor proxies Published in 2009 October as a single post.  Every month I will be updating the circumventors in new posts. So if you want a new circumventor, just search and find the latest or just search the archives of puzzlehacker. Happy browsing.

Use http:// or https://

You can access it with either “http” or “https” at the beginning.  If “https” is blocked, try it with “http”.  If “http” is blocked, try it with “https”.  (With “https” you will get an error about the “security certificate”, but your web browser should give you an option to ignore that error and proceed anyway)

http://www.bravenose.com/

http://www.tarpear.com/

http://www.sourmother.com/

http://www.canecone.com/

http://www.milkgiant.com/

http://www.onionfrog.com/

http://www.yogurtface.com/

http://www.epicfoot.com/

http://www.coolwaffle.com/

http://www.toastfish.com/

http://www.turnipface.com/

http://www.toughswan.com/

http://www.birdchiller.com/

http://www.youngbadger.com/

http://www.dogtractor.com/

Circumventor proxies are best applied when they are used within a short period of the publication in the net. Since circumventors are published on a daily basis in the web, Network managers are also trying to block them using their programs. As always, the early bird gets the worm. So try to use the latest circumventor proxies available on this site to bypass censorship.

In this post I am listing Circumventor proxies Published in  septemeber  as a single post . So if you want a new circumventor, just search and find the latest or just search the archives of puzzlehacker. Happy browsing.

Remember you can use http:// or https://     while browsing using these proxies. Https will be the better option in my opinion.

http://www.birdcracker.com/
http://www.gluetaster.com/

http://www.westchair.com/
http://www.plutoface.com/

http://www.milkswimmer.com/

http://www.cloudears.com/
http://www.leafchoker.com/
http://www.sandkitten.com/

http://www.clamcoffee.com/
http://www.silvergarbage.com/
http://www.cakebottle.com/

http://www.copperwish.com/

http://www.uglyfire.com/

http://www.peachfreezer.com/

http://www.sleepframe.com/

http://www.wormshape.com/

http://www.spoonmemory.com/

Try all these one by one,if none of these works, your network administrator is a tough guy, he maybe getting these from here or from other sites. So get the proxies at the earliest before your administrator visits here!

Circumventor proxies are best applied when they are used within a short period of the publication in the net. Since circumventors are published on a daily basis in the web, Network managers are also trying to block them using their programs. As always, the early bird gets the worm. So try to use the latest circumventor proxies available on this site to bypass censorship.

In this post I am listing Circumventor proxies Published in 2009 till June as a single post. In every 2 months I will be updating the circumventors in new posts. So if you want a new circumventor, just search and find the latest or just search the archives of puzzlehacker. Happy browsing.

http://www.truckmouth.com/
http://www.rivermaze.com/
http://www.coffeesnort.com/
http://www.pillowdrain.com/
http://www.jellyhero.com/
http://www.throatboat.com/
http://www.garbagemart.com/
http://www.pearcrash.com/
http://www.sheepcar.com/
http://www.frownclown.com/
http://www.puppetvote.com/
http://www.slicedbox.com/
http://www.squidlibrary.com/
http://www.rainslicer.com/

http://www.clothcan.com/

http://www.fairydot.com/
http://www.flowersmoke.com/

http://www.cardspeaker.com/

http://www.snowstretcher.com/

http://www.alicegoat.com/

http://www.stupidreader.com/

http://www.anttowel.com/

Try all of these one by one. One of these will work for you. If this list doesn’t work either, find the latest ones from my latest posts

Most of the readers of this blog are working in offices which are patrolled by strict administrators. The way to get past these cunning fellows is to stay updated so that you can use your favourite networking site(Orkut, facebook,myspace) in office!

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These network administrators are quite brainy. They can find out which proxies you are using programs like Kaspersky internet security. So it has become a necessity that we change proxies every day. This is where Proxy lists come to our rescue.

I have used many of this proxy lists to find good proxies which would help me fool the network administrator of our college! Use these lists to find and use the proxy of your choice.

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