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CyberGhost: Use blocked Facebook at school

In the vast majority of schools in the country, entertainment websites such as Facebook are blocked. If the school has a Wi-Fi network that students can dial into, they are only allowed access to certain pages that have been approved by the school. In everyday school life, this leads to restrictions that may be useful in lessons, but lead to despair on the part of the student body during breaks and free periods. If the school's own WiFi network is combined with a jammer that makes free access via the cellular network impossible, there is no longer any chance of using Facebook and Co. Or does it?

Bypass Facebook blocks via VPN

CyberGhost and similar VPN programs actually make it possible. Access to actually blocked websites is made possible via detours. The request is no longer forwarded directly from the device to the website that is to be opened. Instead, it takes a detour via the virtual private network. The request is forwarded to the VPN server, which then sends it to the website actually requested. This obscures who originally made the request and where it came from. This type of access to Internet pages offers numerous advantages. The user becomes largely anonymous. Nobody knows where they are, which device they are using and which pages they are calling up. In the context of the school scenario described, the greatest advantage is that the request to Facebook no longer comes from an IP address assigned to the school network. The built-in Facebook block does not take effect because the school network cannot detect a request to Facebook, but only one to the VPN server.

Using CyberGhost in practice and bypassing bans

CyberGhost is a very popular VPN provider that can be used completely anonymously and with little effort. In contrast to many competing providers, CyberGhost does not require registration with personal data. Only payment details have to be given. Since Bitcoin can also be used to pay, anonymity can still be maintained.

In order to be able to use CyberGhost, the program must be downloaded from the provider's website. Then only a few clicks of the mouse are necessary to get free and anonymous access to the Internet. In the main menu, the server can be selected through which all requests from the user are to be routed. CyberGhost can come up with a huge selection of servers that are located in different countries.

If the server is selected, any websites and online services can be accessed via CyberGhost. There are then no longer any restrictions. If you want to access Facebook and Co via the school WiFi, you should download the mobile version of CyberGhost. You can then use the app to select a server and then move freely around the Internet - any barriers that have been set up will no longer apply.

CyberGhost: cost and versions

Another big advantage of CyberGhost is that the program is available in different versions and is very cheap. YOU can use it on both Apple and Android devices. If you take your laptop with you to school and want to be able to access the internet freely, you can use the Windows version of CyberGhost.

CyberGhost is available with a multi-year subscription for a price of 2.50 euros per month. If you only want to use the VPN access for a shorter period of time, this is possible without any problems. The monthly prices then increase slightly. Compared to the competition, CyberGhost is not only flexible, but also unbeatably affordable.