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Filter Breakers to Bypass IRI Filters

Postby IPC » Fri Dec 03, 2004 12:31 pm

Filter Breakers to Bypass IRI Internet Filters

Manual
Technical Information for comrades inside Iran.

Compatriots:

We will not allow the Islamist Regime to Censor The Internet. They figure a high tech method to censor thoughts, we figure a high tech method to fight back and free the thoughts and trade of ideas.

To view banned sites from inside Iran. You can use this information:

Bypassing Internet Filters/Proxy Sites

By using a CGI proxy you can avoid filters and privately surf the web.
You don't need to change any settings in your browser or setup any programs!

http://webwarper.net/

http://www.megaproxy.com/

http://www.anonymizer.com/

http://www.the-cloak.com/

http://www.idzap.com/

Description:

WebWarper - A popular web proxy. It can pack web pages "on the fly".
URL (for proxy chaining):

http://webwarper.net/

Megaproxy - it works fine with most HTTP and HTTPS sites:
URL (for proxy chaining):

http://www.megaproxy.com/

Anonymizer - classic. The still popular original proxy.
URL (for proxy chaining):

http://www.anonymizer.com/

The-cloak - Supports HTTP, FTP and HTTPS sessions. Can hide referrers.
URL (for proxy chaining):

http://www.the-cloak.com/

ID-Zap - needs registration (but it is free).
URL (for proxy chaining):

http://www.idzap.com

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Postby IPC » Fri May 13, 2005 5:01 am

We will not allow Islamic Republic to Censor Internet.

Dear Readers inside Iran:

We invite everyone to fight the censor of Internet by Islamic Republic.

Here are more Proxy Server Sites for you to bypass Islamic Republic's filters/proxy blocks (read the instructions on these sites, before surfing):

SurfShield
http://surfshield.net/

SurfShield allows you to surf anonymously. It can remove cookies, scripts as well as hide the referrer when you surf through their site.

Proxify
http://proxify.com/

Proxify provides you with secure (SSL) anonymous surfing. It removes cookies, scripts, ads, and referrer information.

Guardster
http://www.guardster.com/

You can surf the Internet from this free anonymous web service.

@nonymouse
http://anonymouse.ws/anonwww.html

This free anonymous surfing service allows you to type into a URL into their website and it will retrieve that web page for you.

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Postby IPC » Mon Aug 15, 2005 10:05 am

Friends:

New Proxy Site

Free & safe Anonymous Log in for political activists inside Iran.

Voice of America + Anonymizer, present:

Jazeb by Anonymizer
http://www.jazeb.com/
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Proxies

Postby IPC » Fri Sep 23, 2005 9:30 am

PROXIES: OF PARTICULAR INTEREST TO THOSE SURFING THE NET FROM IRAN
http://ghandchi.com/119-Proxy.htm

PostScript5/18/05:Â A new proxy server address is issued by VOA every few weeks, here is the latest
http://www.farazban.com

Foreword 5/15/03- Accessing Iranscope from Iran

I wrote the following article about a year ago. I just had a note that Iranscope site is blocked from Iran. If you are trying to access Iranscope from Iran, please use the following URLs:
http://anon.free.anonymizer.com/http:// ... andchi.com
http://anon.free.anonymizer.com/http://www.ghandchi.com

The easy way to access Iranscope News had been going to the front page of Iranscope and clicking on the rotating globe, on the top left corner of the page, to access the I-News. Since IRI's blocking of many political web sites, including Iranscope, I suggested above, to use a proxy server address, to access Iranscope front page. If that does not work for you, please use the following URL to access Iranscope News:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/IranscopeNews/messages

Down with Censorship
Down with IRI

Foreword 5/11/03-About IRI blocking of IranvaJahan.net (IRVAJ) web site

Today Prof. Shaheen Fatemi announced that the site of IRVAJ has been blocked by IRI (Islamic Republic of Iran):
http://iranvajahan.net/cgi-bin/news_en. ... 5&d=12&a=1

In the following article, I have explained how to access any site using *proxy* servers. For example to access IRVAJ site from anywhere in the world, using a proxy server, you can enter the following URL:

http://anon.free.anonymizer.com/http:// ... t/english/
English
http://anon.free.anonymizer.com/http:// ... net/farsi/
Persian

The same approach can be used to access any other sites that are blocked, and it is a good tool, when faced with censorship of the web. Fortunately people use proxies for many purposes, and using it does not necessarily mean that you are reading a banned political site. The following article that I wrote a year ago explains the details of how to use Proxy servers.

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You may be surfing the net from a company after your work hours. Regardless of what time you use a computer, the sysadmin can see what sites you have surfed. To avoid this, you can use a public proxy server that resides outside your company's network and still use your work computer and browser. If you use a proxy server inside your company, the sysadmin still can see the access info on the proxy server and that info is company's property. Also if the proxy resides in Iran, Iranian security can access the records on it.

Here is how you can use a proxy server. It is very easy to use:

Let's say you want to access your favorite website IRANSCOPE:-) You would usually enter
http://www.iranscope.com
or
http://iranscope.ghandchi.com

Now you can use a proxy that resides in Russia called anon to access "iranscope". To do that just add
http://anon.free.anonymizer.com
in front of the previous URL and enter the following address in your browser's address box:
http://anon.free.anonymizer.com/http:// ... andchi.com

[btw, as you can see, in this case some parts of the graphics of the site and the live news feeds are missing. Some proxies work better than some others]

For other addresses, just change the portion
http://iranscope.ghandchi.com
with the address of the other sites you want to access. For example, use the following URL to access the Jebhe website:
http://anon.free.anonymizer.com/http://www.jebhe.org

Once connected, you can save the URL in your bookmark favorites on your browser, and use the favorites to access from now on.

The above format was using the Russian proxy server at the following address:
http://anon.free.anonymizer.com/

There are many other proxy servers, which do *not* reside in Russia, that you can use, instead of the above anonymizer. For example, here is Yahoo's list of a few other public proxy servers:
http://dir.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Inte ... s/Proxies/

For any new site, just use it once and then save the URL in your bookmarks, and afterwards it is easy to use, just like the way you access your favorite website, but now by using a new bookmark.

Enjoy,
Sam Ghandchi, Publisher

IRANSCOPE
http://www.IRANSCOPE.com

March 7, 2002

Related Article:
http://www.ghandchi.com/407-FilteredSite-plus.htm
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Postby IPC » Fri Dec 16, 2005 10:34 pm

Anti-filtering Technical Solution
Sam Ghandchi

English:
http://www.ghandchi.com/Anti-filteringEng.htm
Farsi
http://www.ghandchi.com/Anti-filtering.htm


Dear Readers,

I have discussed the issue of Internet filtering by the Islamic Republic of Iran
(IRI) in many articles. In fact, the issue of filtering by countries like Iran
and China has been discussed by many other authors as well and the following
article by Ron Synovitz is an excellent explanation of what we are facing:

http://www.rferl.org/featuresarticle/20 ... 4e9ef.html

I made a technical suggestion in my September 20th article on this topic and
also in my interview with Behnam Nateghi of Radio Farda which is linked below, I
explained how to make bypassing IRI Internet filtering possible and easy, using
my suggested technical solution:

http://www.radiofarda.com/culture_artic ... 57238.html

Below is the translation of my suggestion which I hope the companies I have
noted to consider, and at the end I have included the links to my original
article on the topic:

"If a maker of browsers such as Microsoft, which is the maker of Internet
Explorer(IE), creates a series of proxy servers with *unannounced* separate IP
addresses and if those addresses are encrypted inside the IE browser code, and
if inside the browser code to have a randomizer to pick one of them each time
the browser needs to access a proxy site, and if it makes a *key* to contact the
maker of the browser and each time the two sides agree on an IP address to use
the related proxy, yet the address to stay encrypted, and that way the user
without knowing what the IP address of the proxy is, or even without knowing how
proxy works, can use the service, and the user is only entering the name of the
filtered site in the browser as usual, and can see the site without even knowing
that the proxy service has made this access possible.

"Of course, if the Islamic Republic wants to decipher and filter all such proxy
addresses that IE or Netscape or Mozilla make, they will have to use the browser
together with an automated tool repeatedly, and by monitoring the network
traffic, to analyze the IP addresses that are generated and used, and like
deciphering radar codes, it will take a long time, and especially if the number
of addresses in the pool are a few millions. Of course, every few months a
company like Microsoft can change the addresses and send a definition update to
IE users and thus the random IP address will now be picked from a new pool. At
any rate, such an invention and work can be done by companies like Microsoft,
Netscape, Mozilla, and other web browser makers.

"Of course, there are other technical solutions too. For example, yahoo or
google can allow their users, who have user account with them, to create private
proxies in the yahoo system on the net and this way the users can use those
proxy servers, to read the content that are filtered in Iran.

"In the absence of all such tools, people can ask their friends and relatives
who live abroad to create private proxy servers at their home, and give the
private proxy address to the friends in Iran and such addresses will not be
known to IRI to filter. But certainly the other more basic solutions that I
first suggested are the solutions for the public, because they do not rely on
one's friends having 24-hour live network and technical expertise to help."

How to Neutralize IRI Filtering

Full Article in English
http://www.ghandchi.com/424-filtershekanEng.htm
Full Article in Farsi
http://www.ghandchi.com/424-filtershekan.htm

Best Regards,

Sam Ghandchi, Editor/Publisher
IRANSCOPE
http://www.iranscope.com
December 14, 2005
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Postby IPC » Sun Mar 04, 2007 1:44 am

New Filter Breakers to break IRI Filters

Fight The Islamic Censorship

A new list of Filter Breakers

Islamic Republic of Iran’s budget to filter the Internet is only second to China. Islamic Republic of Iran is forcing the Iranian ISPs to filter the Internet. Many Iranian Political Sites are blocked and filtered. Islamic Republic of Iran, Islamic Information Agency, Ministry of Information and Propaganda, IRIB, Islamist Technicians, many Arabo_Islamic Nations and ISPs are filtering the Internet. Battle the censorship. Use Proxies to log in to "ALL" Banned sites. Here is an updated list of free proxies:


Filter Breakers to break IRI Filters

New Proxies for attention of Comrades inside Iran
http://www.surfblocked.net
http://www.surf-at-school.com
http://www.surfshady.com
http://www.autobypass.com
http://anonymouse.org/anonwww.html
http://www.proxyforall.com/
http://webwarper.net/
http://proxify.com/
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Bypassing IRI National Internet Wall

Postby IPC » Thu Oct 18, 2007 9:22 am

Bypassing IRI National Internet Wall

How to Neutralize IRI Filtering - Part 3
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/movement/IR ... /index.htm

How to Neutralize IRI Filtering - Part 1 and 2
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/movement/IR ... /index.htm

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Postby IPC » Sat Nov 10, 2007 1:36 pm

No Filter Site

No Filter: Proxy - Filter Breakers Information
https://www.no-filter.com

Proxy (Filter Breakers) Information
https://www.no-filter.com/censor/list_intro.htm
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Postby IPC » Tue Nov 20, 2007 5:52 pm

Sam Ghandchi Technology Interviews and Articles
How to Bypass Islamic Republic of Iran’s Internet Wall?



Sam Ghandchi answers …
Sam Ghandchi speaks of Technology
Technology as a tool in Opposition’s Hands

Sam Ghandchi Interview on Hi Tech
Futurism, Artificial Intelligence and End of Death

http://iranpoliticsclub.net/multimedia/ ... turism.wmv

Sam Ghandchi Interview on Proxies
Proxies, IRI Filter Breakers and Bypassing IRI Internet Wall

http://iranpoliticsclub.net/multimedia/ ... roxies.wmv

Sam Ghandchi on Proxies
How to Neutralize IRI Filtering - Part 1 and 2

http://iranpoliticsclub.net/movement/IR ... /index.htm

Sam Ghandchi on Proxies
How to Neutralize IRI Filtering - Part 3

http://iranpoliticsclub.net/movement/IR ... /index.htm

Sam Ghandchi Index
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/authors/sam ... /index.htm

Other Movement Articles
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Psiphon

Postby IPC » Sun Aug 24, 2008 5:30 pm

Psiphon

Islamic Republic of Iran is building an Internet Wall to block the flow of information in to Iran. IRI filters sites, sub URLs and now Proxies. Here is a method to fight IRI filtering:

Psiphon Software
http://psiphon.civisec.org/

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Postby Ahreeman X » Wed Feb 11, 2009 10:41 pm

Useful Software Systems to Break IRI National Internet Wall

Folks:

As you are aware:

IRI Banned and Filtered IPC Website
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/movement/IRI-IPC/index.htm

Here are 2 software systems which you can use to fight IRI plan of building a national Internet wall and censoring the flow of information through the World Wide Web to Iran. These 2 systems are different approaches towards resolving the same problem; however, they both serve the same purpose.

Tor Anonymity Software
http://www.torproject.org/

Psiphon Software
http://psiphon.ca/

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Internet Filter Breakers

Postby IPC » Sun Dec 06, 2009 6:19 pm

Internet Filter Breakers
For Opposition Communication Purposes

Web Proxies

http://tabriz.bepish.com

http://jonbesh.sabzaneh.com

Instant Messenger Proxies

http://www.iloveim.com/

http://www.ebuddy.com/

http://www.juslol.com/

http://web-messenger.eu/

http://www.imhaha.com

http://www12.messengerfx.com/

http://yahoosocks.blogspot.com/2009/07/blog-post.html

Systems

Nasim Software (Inside Iran)
http://us.dongtaiwang.com/loc/voa/fg680far.tar.gz

Here are 2 software systems which you can use to fight IRI plan of building a national Internet wall and censoring the flow of information through the World Wide Web to Iran. These 2 systems are different approaches towards resolving the same problem; however, they both serve the same purpose.

Tor Anonymity Software
http://www.torproject.org/

Psiphon Software
http://psiphon.ca/

Filter Breakers to Bypass IRI Filters
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IRI Banned and Filtered IPC Website
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/movement/IRI-IPC/index.htm

Iran Politics Club is back on the Air
Latest IRI – Hezbollah Cyber Attack on IPC (2009)
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/movement/IPC-air/index.htm
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Postby IPC » Thu Jul 29, 2010 1:23 pm

New Proxies and Systems

New Proxies / Filter Breakers
http://sites.google.com/site/marmeh22/01

Systems

Nasim Software (Inside Iran)
http://us.dongtaiwang.com/loc/voa/fg680far.tar.gz

Here are 2 software systems which you can use to fight IRI plan of building a national Internet wall and censoring the flow of information through the World Wide Web to Iran. These 2 systems are different approaches towards resolving the same problem; however, they both serve the same purpose.

Tor Anonymity Software
http://www.torproject.org/

Psiphon Software
http://psiphon.ca/

Filter Breakers to Bypass IRI Filters
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/club/viewtopic.php?t=51

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IRI Banned and Filtered IPC Website
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/movement/IRI-IPC/index.htm

Iran Politics Club is back on the Air
Latest IRI – Hezbollah Cyber Attack on IPC (2009)
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