Despite the website’s efforts to stay within the legal boundaries of the DMCA, Kat.ph , formerly known as KickAssTorrents is apparently being blocked by Italy. If that’s the case for you as well, Kat.ph, with the help of The Pirate bay, offers an alternative proxy link – http://kat.ph.proxy.piratenpartij.nl/. The second method is to switch to OpenDNS, a DNS service that allows you to access the website from virtually any country. Here’s how to do it as explained on their blog: The first step is to go to opendns.com and choose the “For Home” icon on the right of the page, and then select the Premium DNS option. If you’re familiar with setting up a network, just replace your own DNS with theirs and that’s all. Otherwise you’ll notice that in the right upper corner of the screen you will see a “Get Started” tab – click it. After filling in all the needed information and activating your account, you will be transferred to a page that gives you the opportunity to choose how to use the OpenDNS settings – computer, router, or server.
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How To Access Kat.ph If Your ISP Blocked It
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