The most simple tool is the Tor Browser. Using this browser, the readers can visit the KC and other blocked websites anonymously and bypass the existing blockade.
In addition, KC technicians launched a special server (text version) in the Tor system at the following link: tor.kavkazcenter.com (thus no need to use the symbols "www").
We would like to note that during the first visit to the server, it's necessary to click on a long link in the middle of the site. In the future, all visits to the server will be automatic.
If this domain for some reason does not open, then use the direct access to the Tor server at this link: http://2r2tz6wzqh7gaji7.onion.to
The KC server in the Tor system is anonymous. Visiting it is also anonymous.
For those who use Tor Browser, the link is the same tor.kavkazcenter.com, for a direct link without but the ending ".To". Just - http://2r2tz6wzqh7gaji7.onion
A blog of Kavkaz Center at kcblog.info and a page in the social networking Google + glpl.us/kavkazcenter are working as well. The blog and page in G + can be visited in the case of DDOS attacks on the main server of KC, or if you do not have access to KC for some other reason.
On these websites, you can view the latest updates on the site of the Kavkaz Center, as well as to leave your comments and notes.
Due to the fact that the Putin's KGB terrorist regime is actively using the tactics of banning all undesirable online media (including the Kavkaz Center), and widely blocks the opposition websites, the Kavkaz Center editors offer its users, including the expats, foreign tourists, diplomatic staff and foreign correspondents in Moscow, some simplest ways to avoid the blockage on Russia's territory.
With these simple tools, you can also keep some anonymity in the network.
In addition to using the Tor Browser, you can use multiple sites - anonymizers or proxy-servers (writing IP proxy addresses in the settings of your browser).
A simple and effective way to bypass the blockade is to use the Google Translator Function. In the text field, you write down the website address, (for example http://kavkaz.tv/eng/). So that the Translate Function does not distort the text and some words or that the whole article are not really translated, the readers of the KC English Service are advised to set the languages with non-Latin alphabet, e.g. from Ukrainian into Belarusian. Using this function, you can easily avoid any blockade of the site and at the same time remain anonymous with your ISP.
An option is to use the Opera browser. To bypass the KGB blockade of the websites, you need to enable the Turbo function and then you can easily visit the websites you need. The Browser for mobile Opera Mini also bypasses the blockade as it runs through its own server.
For those who prefer to use the Firefox browser, you can conveniently use the following features: AnonymoX, or Stealthy.
These extensions allow you to bypass the blockade of the website while the surfing speed is almost unaffected. It should be taken into account that some features of default proxies are transparent, i.e. your anonymity in the network could be sometimes only partial.
AnonymoX in this respect is more stable.
Another newly created plug-in for the Firefox, which, as it seems, is still being tested, but is already in an operating condition, is Soapy.
Viewers can use the program Ultrasurf. We point out that there are some antivirus complaints about the Ultrasurf, but according to the estimates of Internet freedom fighters from Kazakhstan, this program is harmless and you can safely use it (see the video here and here).
Plug-in for Firefox, called Ultrasurf Firefox Tool, is also suggested for anonymous surfing on the Internet.
And one more very efficient service for oppressed Russia's citizens is the software Spotflux.
After downloading and installing this software on your computer, the Internet users in Russia can anonymously view the website Kavkaz Center, or other resources blocked by Russia's cyber-terrorist agencies (see the video).
Department of Monitoring