How to bypass Iran's Gov filters on Internet

By abbasi ยท 32 replies
May 7, 2013
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  1. TheDreams

    TheDreams TS Addict Posts: 631   +68

    Yes I know I'm still trying different possible things that maybe be a solution to your problem. Please check in on this forum on a later date.
  2. abbasi

    abbasi TS Booster Topic Starter Posts: 323   +24

    Thank you very much dear "TheDreams".
  3. TheDreams

    TheDreams TS Addict Posts: 631   +68

    I have been really digging at this internet filter and I am in contact with another Iranian. I have been giving him ideas to try and at the moment I have been unsuccessful, I am sorry. I will continue to search for tools to bypass the filter but until then about every two weeks(or one) check your notifications in case I have had a breakthrough with another tool. Good Luck.
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  4. abbasi

    abbasi TS Booster Topic Starter Posts: 323   +24

    Dear TheDreams;
    I deeply appreciate your helpings. I know you are really searching for helping me to break this restrictions and I thank you so much. Whether you can find a tool for that case or not you have did what you wanted to do. You are a nice man. Thank you again.:)
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  5. TheDreams

    TheDreams TS Addict Posts: 631   +68

    Tim Schiesser recently wrote a story describing on how The Pirate Bay has come out with a browser that will circumvent government blocks. If you would like to try this program you may do so here. Just remember this certain version does not give you anonymity on the internet so use it carefully!
  6. Erik

    Erik TechSpot Staff Posts: 311   +18

    You can also try the new PirateBrowser which has been designed by the people from The Pirate Bay specifically to circumvent censorship in certain countries. Here is part of the official description: PirateBrowser is a bundle package of the Tor client (Vidalia), FireFox Portable browser (with foxyproxy addon) and some custom configs that allows you to circumvent censorship that certain countries such as Iran, North Korea, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Denmark, Italy and Ireland impose onto their citizens.
  7. Hey Guys,
    I'm Khalid. Reached in Tehran 3 days ago.
    Try Hotspot shield
    It works perfect :) Hope so, you all like this.
  8. jobeard

    jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 11,128   +982

    Good, that's correct. The first issue to overcome is the network filtering.
    • if you can't ping using it's ip-address , then you can't browse it either
    • if you can't resolve it's domain name to it's ip-address, you can't browse it either. ( eg: nslookup reports the correct ip-address)
    The next layer of filtering is on ports: websites default to port 80 & 443 and per this topic, sometimes resort to other ports. Any ISP with websites can monitor and control both ip-address and port access to the website(s) REGARDLESS of a VPN request from the user.

    Accessing a website via 'programming' is only to adhere to the HTTP protocol, and that can be done with scripting tools, eg PHP cURL, so that's the least difficult problem to overcome.

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