Many countries around the world have installed software that prevents its internet users from accessing certain websites and internet services. This kind of filtering technology comes in a number of different forms. Some filters block a site based on its IP address, while others blacklist certain domain names or search through all unencrypted internet communication, looking for specific keywords.Regardless of what filtering methods are present, it is nearly always possible to evade them through a process often called censorship circumvention. 


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This how-to guide is part of Security in-a-box

The Security in-a-box toolkit was created to meet the digital security and privacy needs of advocates and human rights defenders. Security in-a-box includes a How-to Booklet which addresses a number of important digital security issues. It also provides a collection of Hands-on Guides each with a particular freeware or open source software tool, as well as instructions on how you can use that tool to secure your computer, protect your information or maintain the privacy of your internet communication.

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