How To Bypass Sky Broadband Shield in 2019
New Zealand Mosque Shooter Manifesto – READ ONLINE
Oculus Rift Release Date Set for 2016

How To Bypass Sky Broadband Shield in 2019

Let me guess, you’re here because you want to know how to bypass the Sky Broadband Shield. Right?
Well, here is a step-by-step guide on how to get around the block which looks like the image below:

Unblock Sky Broadband Shield

What Is Sky Broadband Shield?

Sky, the broadband internet provider have a network-wide content filter. In plain English, that means that if you’re using a Sky internet connection and the content filter is enabled, you will be blocked from accessing adult content.

This filter is disabled by default but can be set to various sensitivity levels. You may be blocked from watching porn, or if it’s on strict mode, you may not even be able to access many social media sites or forums.

How Does It Work?

When your computer (or other devices) tries to access a website, it uses a service called DNS to turn the web address (www.examplecom) into a numeric address, called an IP address.

Sky’s filter intercepts this request, so instead of giving your device the address of the server hosting the website, it sends it’s own address, sending your web browser to the dreaded block page.

How Can I Bypass Sky Broadband Sheild on Windows 10?

The trick is to tell your computer to use a different DNS service than the one provided by Sky. That way, Sky isn’t able to send an incorrect address as it’s not involved in the transaction!

To do this, we’ll go into the settings on the computer and set some static DNS entries. In this article, we’ll use Google’s public DNS servers, which are fast and completely unrestricted (as far as I am aware).

1. Navigate to settings

Navigate to settings

Click on Start, then click on the cog, to go to your computer’s settings.

2. Select ‘Network & Internet’

Select network and internet

Click on the ‘Network & Internet’ section. If you can’t see it, you can search for ‘network’ and it should appear.

3. Select ‘Change adapter options’

Change adapter options

Click on the ‘Change adapter options’ from the page that appears.

4. Right-click on the relevant network connection and select ‘Properties’

4 network properties

You may see a number of different connection here. The one pictured is my laptop’s Ethernet connection. If you have WiFi, your WiFi connection will have a green WiFi symbol on it. Right click on the relevant network and select ‘Properties’

5. Double-click on ‘Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)’

5 internet protocol version 4

If you can’t see ‘Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)’ in the list, scroll down and it should be in there.

6. Enter new IP address into the ‘DNS server addresses’ section

6 dns ip addresses

Select the ‘Use the following DNS server addresses’ option to enable the two DNS server boxes.

Then enter the following addresses, as in the screenshot above:

Click ‘Ok’ to save your changes on this window and any others that are open.

Open up a web browser window and navigate to a website that was previously blocked. You should now be able to navigate to any website, completely unrestricted!

If there are any problems, you can always repeat the process and on the last step just select ‘Obtain DNS server address automatically’. This reverts the change completely.

Other Methods

If for whatever reason you aren’t able to use the trick above, all is not lost. Here are some other suggestions.

Download and install TOR Browser

TOR (The Onion Router) Browser is a free web browser which is based on Firefox. It’s modified to automatically use public proxy servers in order to maintain your anonimity. It’s totally free and can be downloaded from here

Use a VPN

A VPN encrypts your web traffic to protect your privacy and prevent snooping by your ISP or other service providers. Another feature of any good VPN provider is that it provides in-build DNS services that are totally private.

VPNs normally cost a few pounds per month, but in my opinion, it is money well spent.

There is a wide range of VPN providers, but I recommend NordVPN. They are cheap, reliable and really easy to install and use.

Add the website addresses to your HOSTS file

If Windows finds an entry in your hosts file, it will use this to translate the website address into an IP address. This bypasses DNS entirely.

The first step is to get the IP address of the website. Just search Google for ‘website IP checker’ or use one of these I found:

  • http://www.ipvoid.com/find-website-ip/
  • https://ipinfo.info/html/ip_checker.php
  • https://www.site24x7.com/find-ip-address-of-web-site.html

Enter the domain name into the tool and it will provide you with it’s corresponding IP address.

Now you’ll need to open your HOSTS file (a system file used by Windows) and add it to that.

The HOSTS file is located at:


You will need to open the file with Administrator privileges. To do this, I’d recommend finding Notepad in your Start menu (Start > Windows Accessories > Notepad), right-click on it, then select ‘Open as Administrator’. Your Notepad window will now have Administrator privileges, so when you open the HOSTS file from the File > Open menu, you will be able to save the file again.

Tip: If you’ve browsed to the directory but can’t see the HOSTS file, change the filetype dropdown to ‘All Files’.

When you’ve successfully opened the HOSTS file, add two new rows in the following format: www.example.com example.com

Your window should look like the screenshot below. Repeat the process for any other websites you’d like to access.

Editing Hosts File

Save the file and see if you can visit the website in your web browser. If not, try closing and re-opening the browser window first.

Use a web browser proxy

Sky have blocked many browser proxies, but new ones are being created all the time, so you shouldn’t have too much trouble finding ones that work. BEWARE: Do not log into anything sensitive using a public browser proxy. Everything you do can be logged and hijacked. They are considered high risk. This is my least recommended option.

To find public web browser proxies, try searching on Google for “web browser anonymous proxy” or similar.

New Zealand Mosque Shooter Manifesto – READ ONLINE

Earlier this month, a truly shocking and saddening event happened in New Zealand. A shooter entered a mosque in Christchurch and opened fire. Before the attack, the shooter released a chilling manifesto – you can read it online here. The PDF document is 74 pages long and is titled The Great Replacement.

New Zealand Shooter

On the morning of Friday 15th March a shooter, named Brenton Tarrant, entered a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand. He opened fire on the crowd inside using an AR15 assault rifle. Latest reports indicate that there were 49 people killed in total. After the shooting, the shooter drove off in his car, later apprehended by police. He is being charged with murder.

Read the Manifesto Online

The 74-page document was uploaded and shared on 8chan forum prior to the attack. I am yet to fully read the document, but it appears to describe an ‘invasion’ of Europe and the western world by Islam. The shooter was apparently a white nationalist and saw himself as a soldier ‘fighting back’ against mass immigration.

In the manifesto, the self-proclaimed ‘eco-nationalist’ shares his experience of travelling across Europe and seeing the effects of mass immigration. He claims that when he visited France, his despair turned to anger and he sought to fix the issue of multiculturalism and the ‘invasion’ of Europe by islam.

We have managed to source a copy of the manifesto in PDF format, click on the button below to download the document and read it.

Read Online

Should there be any issue downloading the file, click here to use a mirror

Live Stream Video

The New Zealand shooter live streamed his attack onto the popular social media website Facebook. As you can imagine, the footage is extremely graphic and it is not recommended viewing by anyone of a sensitive nature. The attacker can be seen pulling up outside of the mosque and leaving his car with his AR15 assault rifle. He then walks into the mosque and opens fire on the people inside.

The video has been removed from most mainstream social media websites and the New Zealand government have taken steps to remove the video from the internet and censor it from the public.



Oculus Rift Release Date Set for 2016

There was much speculation about the upcoming announcements regarding the Oculus Rift, mostly regarding the release date and the much anticipated peripherals Oculus has been quietly developing.

As was widely speculated amongst the development community, the Rift is set to be launched in the first quarter of 2016.

Something which wasn’t speculated, was the inclusion of a Microsoft XBox controller with the consumer release. This may seem like a short-sighted move which lacks innovation, but the standard XBox controller has proved itself to be easy to use right off the bat and it’s also widely supported.

Perhaps the biggest treat for those watching today’s announcement was the new ‘Oculus Touch’ controllers, which Oculus hopes will transport the player’s hands into the virtual world, allowing you to pick up and shoot guns, wield swords and gesture to your friends.

The new ‘Oculus Home’ 3d interface, which bears some resemblance to the XBox home page, is visually striking and will allow you to jump between games and experiences without having to remove your Rift first.
The inclusion of immersive demo scenes as you browse games really feels like a next-gen development.

Just like anyone who owns (or has even experienced) a development kit version of the Oculus Rift, I can’t wait until release date. I’m not one to line up on launch day to queue for new technology, but this genuinely feels like history in the making, like the advent of the first ever computer. I’m hooked.

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