School blocks prevent certain sites from opening in the browser. The software used blocks not only malicious resources - quite “white” ones are blocked too, with a lot of useful information. Installed site filtering is bypassed by using proxy servers. Users with any level of technical training will be able to cope with the task and bypass the filters at the school.
To bypass school blocking you will need:
The task is to configure the connection through a proxy. System settings are usually blocked, so before you begin the configuration, first install the Mozilla Firefox browser. It provides for individual proxy settings that are independent of system parameters.
Read about the proxy configuration steps on Mozilla browser.
To bypass the school block, follow the instructions:
If you skip the checkmark, browsing sites with a secure connection via SSL is not possible. An alternative is to specify the address and port in the “SSL proxy” line.
After saving the settings, you can start surfing. The computer traffic will go through the proxy, the proxy traffic will go through the opened site. The response will arrive on the same channel using an intermediate server. Please note that if advanced software is installed on the school computer, attempts to bypass the school filter may fail. In this case, you can use any anonymizer if it is not blocked.
Learn more about how to configure Docker proxy settings.