How to access Watchdog in Zambia using proxies

It is good that some readers are still able to access the Zambian Watchdog inside Zambia on Blackberries and other devices.

You can access the zambianwatchdog.com in Zambia on any network using tools created to fight dictators like Zambia’s ailing Michael Sata all over the world. To access the most popular website in Zambia, just go to one of the websites below. When it opens, just enter zambianwatchdog.com in the slot provided or follow the instructions. Then you will read articles and write comments as you wish. Meanwhile, the PF regime will continue spending tax-payers money to imported Chinese ‘hackers’ thinking the Zambian Watchdog is blocked . Kindly email this to others using the PDF system at the end of the article.

Just open any of the following and enter www.zambianwatchdog.com:

 

http://webproxy.stealthy.co

http://www.proxyhat.com

http://www.hidemyass.com

http://anonymouse.org

http://www.proxite.net

https://www.torproject.org

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81 Responses to "How to access Watchdog in Zambia using proxies"

  1. Wisdom  July 27, 2013 at 15:15

    I ACCESSED VIA ZAMBIANWATCHDOG.RSF.ORG

    KEEP FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHT ZWD

  2. By elections  July 20, 2013 at 07:05

    Ukwa napena,they ar losing tax payers money on hacking the website.Think of sumting else ba paya famer.

  3. Moonze Nchete  July 20, 2013 at 04:28

    When one door is closed, many more open. Viva Zambianwatchdog! Keep opening the doors. May be let it be a cyber war if they attempt to take another movd, hit them hard too. Let the best guru win. For me, you have the trophy. Big up.

  4. Smooth Criminal  July 19, 2013 at 08:33

    To the Editor and My Fellow Bloggers

    I may not like the watchdog but i don’t like what the government is doing to the watchdog also. For this reason, I would like to contribute on the blocking of the watchdog site. I 100% agree with @blacknigga below.

    In the first place, the watchdog should just maintain their already existing site. It’s ok for the watchdog to have mirror sites for redundancy purposes but they should not be too off in naming these alternatives sites. In the end this would become confusing to the many readers out there.

    There is also the issue of ensuring that the mirror sites are updated with the same content as the main site all the time. This might prove to be a challenge in the long term.

    I agree with the @blacknigga and the other bloggers that the watchdog should just focus on teaching its readership on how to access the blocked site while keeping as informed with alternative news. Its true that the technology being used to block the watchdog has its own limitations and these are the limitations which should be taken advantage of.

    There are many methods of accessing blocked content which are freely available on the internet. I will not go in detail here because I know that the people behind the blocking of the watchdog are also monitoring this site. What ever method is shared here is quickly blocked. It is a cat and mouse kind of game, or the famous tom and jerry. My advise though is this;

    1. The default for the watchdog site should always be https. The watchdog site should do this to ensure the protection of its users.

    2. The users or bloggers on this site should also ensure that their browsers are set to default for https. This ensures that the connection between the blogger and the watchdog is encrypted and those blocking the site can not read the message content. There are a lot of tools on the internet for this. If you can, avoid using internet explorer for windows. It is the weakest in terms of security. Try something like firefox or whatever.

    3. When you share the methods that are working, please don’t share them on this site. The government is also monitoring this site so any information shared here is also shared with the government. Find a way of secret sharing the working methods.

    4. Number 3 above will explain why the methods shared here are quickly blocked, like the torproject.org site.

    5. Following on the advise from @blacknigga, readers can try also free online vpn sites. using online free vpn sites you can then download your tools for accessing the watchdog.

    Happy reading.

    To be continued.

  5. wambachi  July 19, 2013 at 07:21

    Who the genius is this one am back on zwd

  6. Anonymous  July 19, 2013 at 06:36

    Access ZWD on any device by beginning with https protocol in the web address, like this http://www.zambianwatchdog.com or Android users can download Orweb browser in Google play then you are good to, bypass any blocked site

  7. bodybuilder  July 18, 2013 at 23:59

    Getting here is a battle. This is proving
    to be quite a fight. I hope this lasts.

  8. thesaint  July 18, 2013 at 22:21

    DOWNLOAD ULTRASURF AND INSTALL IT ON YOUR PC. YOU WILL ACCESS WATCHDOG IN INTERNET EXPLORER NOT MOZILLA.

    PLEASE PASS THIS MESSAGE ON. GOOGLE ULTRASURF

    • mwata  July 19, 2013 at 09:06

      JUST GOT ON TO ZWD BY USING ULTRASULF GREAT

  9. Yetuna  July 18, 2013 at 22:04

    Oopps, Ooops, am temporarily out of my beloved Zed. I am in foreign land right now but hey, what a relief, what a relief oh gosh that I can access this, this wonderful sight…..oh zwd what can can we (I) do without you…..its just a matter of time dictators will be out of corridours of power…

  10. likman666  July 18, 2013 at 21:37

    for those who browse using the pc just download ultrasurf application just search ultra surf on google and download it…..its the program they use in china to by pass blocked websites it only works with internet explorer right now I am on zamtel internet using internet explorer and I have ultra surf its a small file just about 2mb…..it was made specifically for the Chinese people since there is a lot of internet censorship in china and it totally works
    here is the link http://ultrasurf.us

  11. BKAY  July 18, 2013 at 20:53

    AM IN USING MY TECHNO FONE.

  12. Likman666  July 18, 2013 at 20:29

    try proxy.org

  13. Phyton Nshinde Tawo (The bana)  July 18, 2013 at 20:21

    Pipo don’t be troubled with this nonsense just open google page and then enter http://www.Zambianwatchdog.com so easy like water flowing down Zambezi river

  14. Aibmaz  July 18, 2013 at 19:44

    You blocked the voice of reason and thought you were champions, I told you I wasn’t happy about that and that I wished the government would also block you. You are know running everywhere, and those that can find you are good. Do you see how it feels. Now I don’t even care if you block me, I know your future!

  15. superman  July 18, 2013 at 19:15

    viva ZWD!

  16. big bwana  July 18, 2013 at 19:11

    TO ZAMBIAN WATCHDOG

    ADVICE: SIMPLEST THING, DO A SHORT ARTICLE JUST TO TELL ALL/PEOPLE TO SIMPLY SEARCH ON GOOGLE FOR A PROXIE SERVER.
    E.G TYPEING ON GOOGLE SEARCH ‘FREE PROXIE SERVERS’.

    ONE SHALL GET SITES LIKE http://best-proxies.net/ WITH BILLIONS ON PROXIE LINKS.
    ANY SHALL WORK.

    JUST ADD THE ZWD SITE AND ONE IS GOOD TO GO.

    WHY IM I SAYING THIS?

    ITS BECAUSE 1.IT MAKES PEOPLE SELF SUFFICIENT & 2.PF CANT BLOCK ALL BILLIONS OF PROXIE SERVERS ONLINE 3.DISADVANTAGE OF GIVING PEOPLE ONLY A LIST OF LINKS IS THAT THEY SHALL DEPEND ON THOSE ONLY AND PF GOVT CAN EASILY BLOCK THE FEW LISTED.

    DO CONSIDER

  17. Divmeister!  July 18, 2013 at 19:05

    Dear ZWD readers, those with problems just use UC Browser or Opera mini. I use UC Browser on my Nokia C5 and Nokia asha. I hv neva experienced a single problem.

  18. Thy kingdom come  July 18, 2013 at 18:17

    Hakuna matata!!!! Hakuna kulala????

  19. Thy kingdom come  July 18, 2013 at 18:14

    Iam enjoying reading zambian watchdog . Hakuna matata!!!!!! Hakuna kulala?????

  20. kabungwe namukombo  July 18, 2013 at 15:41

    http://www.turbohide.com
    enter http://www.google.com
    search for zambian watchdog
    then click zambian watchdog link in the results

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