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How to access Malaysia Today website

Written on August 28, 2008 by CincauHangus

If you’ve read today’s papers or Malaysiakini (Malaysia Today blocked! Order from MCMC) you would have known that Malaysia government has blocked access to the Malaysia today website a.k.a Raja Petra’s blog.

For some reason I’m still able to view that website and I just realised why. It’s because I’m not using TMNet’s DNS service.. I’m using OpenDNS service. Free and censor free.

All I can think is that TMNet has blocked access to that website by blocking the domain name itself and not the IP address in their DNS service. Therefore, if you were to use a different DNS service you may be able to still view that website.

How to set up OpenDNS in your computer

OpenDNS’s nameserver address are as follow: 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220.

Instructions on how to use OpenDNS click here if you’re using Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac OSX Leopard, Mac OSX Tiger, Others.

Update: Alternatively you can go to Malaysia Today website at this address: http://mt.harapanmalaysia.com/2008/
or http://202.75.62.114/2008/

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