Freezenet is proud to announce the completion of our multi-part guide on LibreOffice Writer. This 8 part guide has a lot to offer.
Freezenet is once again expanding. This time, you get to learn more as we expand out guides section. A lot of this is going to be focused on LibreOffice.
By Drew Wilson We are proud to officially unveil another feature of this website. It is a section devoted to guides on compatibility and emulation of different systems.
Privacy while surfing can be serious business for a number of web surfers. Some use a number of tools like NoScript to block unwanted scripts on websites they visit. This can help stop websites from tracking who that user is that visit that webpage, thus enhancing their privacy. This guide will show you how to […]
Our planned series of guides on defeating US DNS censorship is coming to the end. So, last, but certainly not least, we’ll show you what you can expect using something known as a VPN. It’s considered, by some, one of the most secure ways to access banned websites. The downside is that most services are […]
We’ve been running a series for guides for some time on how to defeat DNS censorship as suggested by the PROTECT-IP Act. Today, we’ll show you another method that requires no installation or downloading anything. All it requires is what comes with your computer. We’ll show you how to do this with Windows 7 and […]
Our guide series continues with another FireFox plug-in called “Foxy Proxy”. It’s a bit like Tor only you are not connected to a huge network of proxies, but rather, using a single proxy to access the internet. While arguably less secure than using Tor, for using it simply to bi-pass DNS censorship (or even using […]
We’ve been running a series of guides discussing various ways of defeating censorship – particularly US DNS censorship. Previously, our guides covered methods to defeat censorship including command prompt, using a DNS web tool, using a hosts file and, for those sites that merely had their domains seized, using the MAFIAAFire redirector. One question one […]
We’ve been writing a series of guides on how to defeat US DNS censorship – mainly as suggested by the PROTECT IP Act. Those guides were using command prompt, using DNS web tools and using a hosts file. There is one form of DNS censorship that the United States has been known to do, and […]
We’ve been finding ways of defeating DNS censorship partly because the United States has been suggesting that they will utilize such censorship in the PROTECT IP Act. Today, we’d like to introduce a very effective and powerful way you can defeat DNS censorship – and that is simply using a more obscure method that, again, […]