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3 Ways To Easily Bypass School WiFi Restrictions

There are times when you might feel that your school (or office) has failed to keep pace with the times. While Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube were previously mere tools of entertainment, they are now actively needed for constructive educational and professional pursuits as well. You might need to discuss an assignment with a friend over Facebook chat, or maybe there is a tutorial that you just have to watch on YouTube. In such situations, there is no option but to try and bypass school WiFi restrictions. Most organizations limit the internet usage on their network to some extent, but if your need is desperate enough, and you don’t have enough time to convince the IT department to unblock your required websites, it is possible to take matters into your own hands. Read on and learn about some of the simplest methods to bypass school WiFi restrictions and browse freely.

The easiest way to bypass school WiFi restrictions is via VPN services. While VPN has a lot of other usages as well, you can definitely employ it to bypass undue limitations on a network. These solutions can be used both on desktop computers, and on mobile devices. However, it must be noted that you might get in trouble for using any of the below listed tools, since they don’t guarantee your anonymity in a limited environment.

Ultrasurf

UltraSurf To Bypass School WiFi On PC

This is the most popular and well-established VPN solution to bypass network restrictions with utmost ease. Ultrasurf is a portable application, which makes it perfect for use on school or work computers, as long as you are allowed to plug in USB sticks.

As soon as you run the EXE file from the downloaded archive, Ultrasurf automatically launches your default web browser, allowing you to visit blocked websites. In most cases, you don’t have to perform any steps once the file has been opened, as the app works automatically.

Install Ultrasurf on PC

Using SuperVPN to bypass school WiFi on Android

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If you own an Android device, there are a lot of VPN services available. However, SuperVPN is free, and the easiest to use among them. Of course, you will have to cope with the occasional ads and the service has to be reconnected after every hour of usage, but these slight drawbacks don’t take much away from this awesome app.

Initially, users have to configure the app as per the instructions it displays. Once configured though, you can start VPN with a couple of taps. The app doesn’t have any limit on data usage, and you can use it as much as you want. To remove ads and to get rid of the hourly re-connection, you will have to upgrade to the pro version of SuperVPN.

Install SuperVPN From Google Play Store

TunnelBear

TunnelBear To Bypass School WiFiTunnelBear is a universal VPN service, which means it is available on Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS. The app is very professionally-made, and you can use it anywhere with ease. To bypass school WiFi though, you have to ensure that you configure TunnelBear on your device from home, as your school’s IT team might have disabled its installation from the restricted network.

With TunnelBear’s free version, you get 1.5 GB of free data each month. There are other packages available as well, but they are all paid.

Install TunnelBear

  • Lucian Polk

    super vpn doesn’t work

  • Mia Lastworth

    This was to complicated for me, so i looked and found a site which let’s me bypass the filters, without having to install any kind of shady software. It’s called https://onlineproxy.eu/
    Hope it helps.

    • Bryce the Rower

      That’s not a VPN, that’s an in browser proxy. In other words, It’ll work fine if your school’s internet doesn’t block the domain of that website, but your information can still be monitored unencrypted between you and that website by your school if they’re smart enough (My unfortunate situation), not to mention the fact that you won’t be able to use that for sending requests through other applications than your web browser.