Have you ever tried surfing social networking site like MySpace and YouTube blocked by your school, then you are in for a surprise with the new Vtunnel tool with which you can gain access to websites blocked by your school.
Below is how you can use this tool.
Visit the website Vtunnel. There are a few websites that allow you to bypass firewalls and surf the web anonymously, but this site is a bit more trusted than the others. Sites like this pop up and disappear all the time, but luckily this one stays up most of the time.
Virtual-Browser is another great site with similar capabilities. However, it charges a fee of $20 for 3 months in order to get to most popular sites like MySpace, hi5, YouTube and Bebo.
Type in the name of the site that you wish to visit. Near the top of the homepage for either site, you should see a text box that asks you to type in a web address. It is as easy as that. After you've typed in the address you wish to visit -- www.YouTube.com for example -- just click on begin browsing underneath the text box ("Begin Browsing" on Vtunnel, "Begin Virtually Browsing" on Virtual-Browser).
Enjoy the internet. You should now be able to visit any website you like, as long as you're browsing it through the Vtunnel website. When doing so, you should see the 'Vtunnel' banner at the top of the webpage that you are currently browsing. Whenever you want to visit a different page, simply type the web address into the text box that is featured in this Vtunnel banner. If your school has blocked vtunnel, you should still get the banner at the top of the page. On the banner there is a link that asks if the page has been blocked. Simply follow the link and it will take you to a page that contains more than a hundred sites that are great for getting past school firewalls, like Vtunnel.