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Access Blocked Websites With a Chrome Extension Stealthy

There are various ways to access websites that are blocked at work, by Internet Service Provider (ISP) or that are only available in certain geographical locations. For example, you can’t access Pandora outside the US, iPlayer outside the UK, social networking sites like Facebook or video sharing sites like YouTube at your work or colleges. Stealthy is an extension for Google Chrome that lets you bypass the internet censorship while browsing the internet with a click.

Stealthy Chrome extension enables any user access the entire internet without any restrictions or limitations. After adding it to Chrome, you just turn it on and you are free to roam through the entire internet – access blocked Facebook or YouTube at work, access Pandora, and other sites outside the US.

Stealthy is a simple and user-friendly add-on. Just install it from Chrome Web Store and you’re good to go. If you want to access blocked or restricted website, just click the Stealthy button.

 You can configure Stealthy to connect to the Internet as if you were in the USA or UK (Pro version) or configure it to get a proxy from a random location (free version). Right click the Stealthy button and select Options to configure it.

 Note that individual country selection (USA and UK) is available only on pro version.

 The default option “Normal” is free and route your browsing from different locations. That means, with the free version chances of accessing country specific websites like Hulu, Pandora, etc. is nil.

Interest users can download Stealthy from Chrome Web Store.


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