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Belgian ISPs are now required to redirect traffic to the Pirate Bay into a dead end ! Here's how to circumvent that in 2 minutes: find out on the internet how to change your system's DNS settings (usually very easy), then change them to a free-minded organization's DNSs (for example b.dns.gandi.net and c.dns.gandi.net , or 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220), and voilà ! You're free to access any place on the net you fancy again.

(So how about when they shut up your new DNS ? No problem. It's gonna be a long time before no free DNS in the world remain freely accessible to you. Just change your setting to another one and you'll be fine again.)

26 MAR. 2012

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