Unblock Linkedin

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Alternative unblocking methods

Our in-browser proxy technology is truly the most advanced of its kind, however there are inherent limits to what it can do. If you are unable to acccess linkedin.com using our unblocker above here are some alternative tricks you can try. Please note however that the methods below require that you have administrative privileges on your computer. If you are in a restricted environment you likely won't be able to follow them.

Method 1: Use a VPN

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Method 2: Access linkedin.com directly by IP address (using hosts file)

On the Internet computers communicate with each other using numerical identifiers called IP addresses. Before your computer can talk to linkedin.com server it needs to obtain linkedin.com's IP address. A great deal of website blockers work by interfering with this process and misleading your computer about what linkedin.com's IP address is.

To bypass this type of blocking you can configure your computer to always use a predefined IP address when accessing linkedin.com. In order to do that, you need to edit the so called hosts file. On Windows it's "C:\WINDOWS\System32\drivers\etc\hosts". On Mac OS X it's "/etc/hosts". Open this file with a text editor (Notepad on Windows, TextEdit on Mac OS X) and append the following lines to it:    cz.linkedin.com    fr.linkedin.com    sb.scorecardresearch.com    hk.linkedin.com    zw.linkedin.com    gt.linkedin.com    ph.linkedin.com    pe.linkedin.com    media.licdn.com    radar.cedexis.com    ae.linkedin.com    ru.linkedin.com    co.linkedin.com    dk.linkedin.com    ke.linkedin.com    ar.linkedin.com    ie.linkedin.com    www.linkedin.com    id.linkedin.com    pl.linkedin.com    hn.linkedin.com    kr.linkedin.com    gh.linkedin.com    at.linkedin.com    sm.linkedin.com    ni.linkedin.com    ch.linkedin.com    in.linkedin.com    ec.linkedin.com    uy.linkedin.com    ng.linkedin.com    business.linkedin.com    tw.linkedin.com    my.linkedin.com    tt.linkedin.com    no.linkedin.com    mobile.linkedin.com    mx.linkedin.com    es.linkedin.com    bo.linkedin.com    jm.linkedin.com    de.linkedin.com    it.linkedin.com    il.linkedin.com    developer.linkedin.com    jp.linkedin.com    lu.linkedin.com    za.linkedin.com    sg.linkedin.com    learning.linkedin.com    ve.linkedin.com    pt.linkedin.com    pk.linkedin.com    ca.linkedin.com    cl.linkedin.com    schema.org    se.linkedin.com    py.linkedin.com    au.linkedin.com    linkedin.com    uk.linkedin.com    static.licdn.com    th.linkedin.com    pr.linkedin.com    tr.linkedin.com    sv.linkedin.com    ro.linkedin.com    nl.linkedin.com    do.linkedin.com    nz.linkedin.com    li.linkedin.com    platform.linkedin.com    pa.linkedin.com    cr.linkedin.com    blog.linkedin.com    cn.linkedin.com    bz.linkedin.com    press.linkedin.com

(NOTE: Your computer usually needs to talk to several servers to display a modern web page. We have scanned linkedin.com and built the list of servers it uses which is why there's more than one line in the list above.)