How to access blocked sites or country restricted sites: Today we will learn how to access blocked websites or the sites that are blocked in various regions, like Netflix or Torrentz sites blocked in India, or some websites which are accessible only for US or UK users. So today I am going to tell you how to use a Firefox and Chrome plugin to access blocked sites or regional website.
Some websites like Netflix or Hulu are only accessible to US residents, similarly, there are many other websites which may be blocked by your ISP, your school or college, etc. Stealthy is a handy add on (plugin), available for Google Chrome and Firefox, which can solve this problem.
Stealthy allows users to access blocked websites by setting up a working proxy on your browser with a click of a button. Stealthy searches for different proxies online and uses the best one based on your location. It sets up a new IP so that you can access blocked websites.
Once installed, Stealthy will become a small red airplane icon right next to your address bar in Google Chrome, which means that Stealthy is disabled. Click on it to enable Stealthy and enter the URL of the website you want to access.
Stealthy provides users with four different options to choose from – Pro USA, Pro UK, Normal, and Customized. Under USA, it allows you to use services such as Hulu and Netflix that are accessible only to USA residents. With the UK option, you will be connected to the internet as if you were in UK, allowing you to access UK restricted websites. “Normal” gets a proxy from a random location to access websites that are blocked in your region but are available in the rest of the world. If you want to use a country specific proxy, use the customized option, otherwise you should stick to normal. If you don’t want Stealthy to work on a specific website, you can add them to the Bypass list.
Note: Enabling Stealthy may slow down your internet so it’s better to keep it disabled if you are browsing regular websites.
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