Have you ever been surfing the net on your school or work computer and come across this pesky message: "Address at www.example.com is blocked. You do not have permission to view this page."? It's happened to all of us, whether we were trying to do legitimate research, check our email, or check out the latest YouTube video, the dreaded blocks don't care. Well, now there is something that you can do about it!
Step 1: Opening Command Prompt
There are a few ways of doing this. First, you may go to Start > All Programs > Accessories and then click on "Command Prompt". This should open up a black window with blinking text. Another, quicker, way of doing this is to go to Start > Run > and type the phrase "cmd" into the box. This will open up the same black window as before.
Step 2: Running the Code
The next step is to run the following command: net user /add "username" "password" Where you see "username" and "password", you type whatever username and password you want. Try to keep these short and easy to remember. If it worked, Command Prompt will display "Command completed successfully". If you get this message, you may exit the Prompt. If not, try re-executing the command and checking for typing errors.
Step 3: Logging On
After you're done with the command, log off of your current user. When prompted to log on, enter the username and password you previously specified in the command into their respective fields. There may also be a drop down menu with an option of, "computername(this computer)". If so, select this option. If not, just log on as you normally would.
Step 4: Enjoy
Once you log on successfully, should now have unlimited internet access! Remember, once you have done this hack on one computer you don't have to do it again to enjoy the user. Just log on as the new user when you start. This only works for the specific computer you did the hack on, so you would need to do it to every computer you want it to go on in order to truly benefit from it.
I am NOT responsible for any trouble you may get in for trying this. Normally network Administrators aren't too happy when you try to bypass their filters. Also, this isn't guaranteed to work for everybody. Good security systems shouldn't be vulnerable to this, but I've had luck with it myself.