Access blocked sites Malaysia

In Malaysia, Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC )is the authority to investigate on content on the Internet and has the right to issue blockage on certain sites in Malaysia

Here are some methods to access sites which are blocked in Malaysia. Warning, is only sharing this as part of education process and does not take responsibility on any harms or intended usage . Different Internet Service Provider (ISP) may have different methods to block websites in Malaysia.

1. Bypass TM DNS and use external DNS , Tested working on all Telekom Malaysia Networks

*We received updated information that this does not work for some TM users anymore. Please refer to other methods below if this do not work for you. Tor browser is by far the best method We’ve tried

This method only works for Telekom Malaysia related Internet service such as Unify or Streamy. Basically, TM removes the DNS entry on their server when MCMC issues a website to be blocked as such TM Internet users will not be able to lookup the domain name. This method involves changing your computer DNS to lookup DNS servers from the Internet such as Google DNS, and many more. In theory, this method should work for all types of devices and operating system as long as you are connected to TM Internet service.



Video Tutorial change DNS on Windows

a)To change your DNS setting for Windows, to go your computer control panel,

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b)Look for the “Network and Sharing” center. Choose “Change adapter settings”

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c) Choose the adapter that is connecting you to the Internet

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d)You will get a popup where you can click properties and you will be able to change your DNS server

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3) Set your preferred DNS to Google DNS and alternate to   (Warning: You should only set these parameters to trusted sources on the Internet)

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Change DNS For Android Device 

This only works if you are connected to Wifi on Unifi or TM products




2. Ultrasurf

Ultrasurf is a neat little software that is small , light and easy to use. This software is used by citizens in heavy restriction Internet countries such as Iran and China. It requires no installation and works with Chrome and IE explorer. It even has a phone app version.



3. Google Chrome  (For Smartphone devices with Mobile networks)

This method works for Google Chrome on smartphones only. Basically Google Chrome has this “Data Saver” feature which enable you to surf a website through Google Proxy which is protected by SSL. Besides saving up your data, your connection will turned encrypted thus ISP will not be able to detect your traffic. This method has been tested on Maxis and Celcom networks.

a) Open up a Google Chrome browser in your smartphone

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b) Click on the setting button on the top right  and look for “settings”

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c)  Turn on the “Data Saver” feature

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d) There you go, you should be able to surf sites that are block once it is turned on

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3) Use VPN or Software

There are great softwares which are free and paid. UltraSurf is one such great software which enable you to access blocked sites. This program can be downloaded from . You may want to consider using paid VPN services if you are a heavy Internet user.

4) Tor Browser

Tor Browser is another great way for you to access any blocked sites specifically in Malaysia. Best of all, the services are completely free while Tor browser runs on top for Onion network.  On top of that, you will be able to browse super anonymously on the Internet.  Access maybe somewhat slower but it’s free. Tor browser can be downloaded freely at Downloading is simple and easy while there are no installations required.

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