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How to Bypass SOPA/ACTA - Need to Know tutorial!

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posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 09:26 PM

We all know that if SOPA and its evil twin ACTA pass you need to be able to get access to your favorite websites. Well what you do is write down the IP addresses of your favorite websites by pinging them by going to the command line in windows and doing this:


This will give you a list of IPs that you need to save for your favorite websites. As a starter here is the result for ATS:


Here are a list of sites that are already done by the user in the link above:

# Social media

# Torrent sites

# Social networking

# Live Streaming Content

# Television

# Shopping

# File Sharing


Do it now before you are unable to fellow members

There is also a firefox addon that will allow you to use foreing DNS servers:
edit on 30-1-2012 by THE_PROFESSIONAL because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 09:52 PM
Really? All SOPA would stop is dns resolve in the states?
I haven't read the SOPA bill nor do I intend to, but it seems like SOPA would be a complete and utter failure if all it did was block dns.

edit on 30-1-2012 by Bleeeeep because: edited for clearifaction and you need to add porn addresses man lol

posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 10:04 PM
You are only scratching the surface. This USB based OS which includes Onion routing and built in encrypted "cables" capability is much more useful...It is also setup to work out of box.

Enjoy the OS.

Unobtrusiveness Liberté promptly installs as a regular directory on a USB/SD key, taking ≈200 MiB of disk space, and not interfering with other files present on the media. Everything is preconfigured — the only user input required during boot is the encrypted volume password. System requirements are just as lightweight: ≈192 MiB of RAM are entirely sufficient for unrestricted desktop use.

Security Liberté Linux is shipped with the Hardened Gentoo kernel, which includes all grsecurity/PaX security enhancements — radically improving system's resistance to software exploits. Measures like service privileges separation provide additional protection.

Persistence All persistent changes are kept in a secure LUKS/OTFE volume, easily accessible from any operating system. This includes application settings that are archived upon shutdown, as well as any documents explicitly stored in the encrypted volume. The OTFE volume is just a file on the boot media that can be copied, backed up, or transparently resized from inside Liberté.

Communication You can securely, reliably and covertly communicate with other Liberté Linux users via the familiar e-mail interface, using serverless cables communication — a CMS standard-based stateless messaging protocol.

Anonymity All networking activities like browsing and chatting are automatically Torified, with I2P locations transparently available as well. After the system receives a network address, the only external traffic it emits is encrypted communication on HTTP(S) ports (used by Tor). No other traffic is sent — not even DNS requests. I2P traffic is routed through Tor, too: you will be able to use I2P even behind the most restrictive firewalls. In addition, a special Unsafe Browser is available for the express purpose of registration in open Wi-Fi hotspots, if necessary.

Invariance Besides the encrypted volume on the boot media, Liberté leaves no traces in the system without explicit user consent (such as manually creating files on external automounted media). Moreover, all volatile memory is thoroughly erased upon shutdown in order to prevent cold boot attacks — whether an orderly shutdown, or an immediate one due to abrupt removal of the boot media.

Privacy Many other privacy-enhancing features, such as wireless MAC addresses randomization and uniform HTTP headers, are automatically employed in order to prevent pinpointing your activities.

Desktop More mundane yet useful applications, like document and image processing, are included as well. Do not be put off by its small image size — Liberté Linux is a fully capable distribution with HTML5 video support in the browser, file managers and chat plugins, audio players, a multitude of multilingual fonts, full application interface and keyboard localization, and much more.

Integrity The transparent and readily reproducible deployment image build process employs rigorous verification of the complete chain of trust of all downloaded archives, packages and signature keys. All software in the image, without exception, is built from source — there is no reliance on externally compiled binary executables. With reasonable competence, you can quickly master a customized image yourself.

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posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 01:58 AM

Even though the precise terms of ACTA remain undecided, the negotiants' preliminary documents reveal many troubling aspects of the proposed agreement" such as removing "legal safeguards that protect Internet Service Providers from liability for the actions of their subscribers" in effect giving ISPs no option but to comply with privacy invasions.

At the moment with these privacy protections you still have open access to the internet through IP addresses. With increased monitoring and restrictions at the ISP level, a regulated firewall type application will restrict internet access. To bypass this will require establishing your own ISP. By forcing ISP's to monitor and restrict internet access is counter to the Net Neutrality Agreement that does try to keep the channels of communication open.

At the moment ACTA treaty has only been signed as part of international trade negotiations. It still requires all of the involved countries to pass legislation to ratify and bring this into law. With limited public consultation with the development of AFTA it is facing a lot of questions, disagreements and repercussions.

posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 06:08 AM
reply to post by Bleeeeep

yep that seems like how its going to work. All you would need is a browser that has its own DNS resolve cache and you are good to go

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