Often, when using the Internet in the workplace, you may encounter filtering of sites available for visiting. Typically, sites with entertainment content and social networking sites are considered "objectionable". To get around this type of limitation, use one of several simple options.
The simplest and most popular is to use the service of anonymizers. This service is designed for anonymous web surfing. The main advantage is that when using this method, the address of the final site is encrypted, which makes it impossible to track user activity. It is very simple to use this method - just go to the anonymizer address, for example, http://timp.ru/, then enter the address of the site you are interested in and click on the "Go" button. You can also activate features such as disabling scripts, temporary files, and banners, which makes surfing the web much easier.
You can also use traffic compression services. They do not have such a function as anonymizing the web surfing, but they will allow you to freely access websites that are blocked by a filter. A significant disadvantage of this method is that when using it for free, the waiting time for page loading can take a long time - priority on such services is given to paid users.
The most versatile option is to use a browser like Opera mini. A significant difference from other browsers is that all information that is downloaded through it first passes through the opera.com proxy server, where it is compressed, and only then is sent to the computer. With this browser, you can surf the web, guided by only one limitation - with it you will not be able to watch videos online. However, for browsing websites that are filled with text and graphic information, it is ideal. Keep in mind that it was originally designed for mobile phones, so you need a java emulator to work with it on a computer.