Launched in Response to Nation’s Surging Nutrition Issues


(Brea, California)– An estimated 90 percent of children in the United States are at risk of developing micronutrient deficiency according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s most recent analysis. A form of malnutrition stemming from dietary imbalance, this new epidemic spanning the country leaves America’s children vulnerable to rashes, bone deterioration, bleeding gums, anxiety, failure to thrive and a number of other health complications. At the same time, the obesity rate among children and adolescents has surged over the last three decades. With this crisis in mind, spokesperson Odette France has launched a new website.

France elaborated, “Developments like these are among the driving forces behind the launch of, our new website dedicated to promoting healthy diets. One of the features of our site is our ‘healthy eating for kids’ segment featuring Malnutrition: The New Childhood Epidemic, an in-depth discussion of the situation. Nutritious foods are more readily available than ever with programs like SNAP, WIC and free or reduced lunches in schools now in play, but parents still face problems in this realm. Even though children have access to those healthy fruits and veggies, they aren’t eating them. Our website will approach this situation from a couple different angles.

World of Sauces provides a number of nutritious sauce recipes for pasta, meat and vegetables. Some of these include spicy buffalo sauce for wings, creamy alfredo sauces and homemade salsa along with sweet options such as caramel sauce for ice cream. The website will additionally offer recipes for salad dressings and dips. Viewers may search for recipes based on individual meals, specific ingredients and various targeted diet plans such as vegan, vegetarian, low-fat, low-carb and gluten-free to name a few.

The new website will likewise provide information designed to help parents learn ways of encouraging their children to make healthier choices. Included in the “Progressive Approach to Healthy Nutrition” portion of the website are 25 methods of getting children to eat more vegetables with each technique rated according to effectiveness. Details surrounding these methods as well as the benefits and downsides of each are discussed.

Concluded France, “Malnutrition isn’t an issue we commonly associate with our country, but it’s a growing problem even here. As mentioned in our informational segment, waste is up more than 50 percent when it comes to healthy foods, so we’ve got to find creative and delicious ways of getting children more interested in nutritious dishes. We hope by combining recipes for homemade sauces, dips and dressings with in-depth information geared toward parents on our website, we can collectively reach this goal.”


A website for Sauce Lovers and parents of picky eaters, provides a wealth of homemade healthy dips, salad dressings and sweet and savory sauce recipes categorized by meal type, origin, ingredient and diet as well as tips for using and serving sauces.


Web Hosting Watch – Continuous Data Protection

Whether it’s financially sensitive records, claims, client info, or if it’s to meet compliance regulations, keeping data safe and accessible at any point in time – no matter what happens – is more imperative than ever for Web hosting providers, businesses and their clients.

Within the past couple of years, Continuous Data Protection (CDP) solutions have become a highly attractive option for storage vendors and service providers, looking to stay competitive and for ensuring the utmost in data security for customers.

The concept of CDP comes in various forms, but in the purest sense it means the ability to restore data to about any point in time. Through CDP technology, all changes in an organization’s data are recorded right at the time of change. So if a virus, trojan or a disaster of some kind affects a file or an entire system, the most recent copies can be retrieved.

David Wartell, CEO and Founder of R1Soft Inc., spoke to TopHosts about the advantages of CDP and where it’s headed. He thinks CDP technology is truly catching on, as more and more recognize what it can do for their business and for their peace of mind. He explained that their CDP solution remains the most affordable on the market and won’t hamper a website’s performance in any way.

“Many businesses might be backing up weekly or daily right now,” Wartell said. “But we can back people up several times a day and, if they choose, several times an hour, without really any more cost to storage space or load on their server, or performance.”

R1Soft recently announced plans for a new CDP product, which will backup online MySQL databases running on Linux-based servers. The company also recently announced support for Ubuntu, Debian and control panel, DirectAdmin. With those moves, their CDP solution currently stands as the only one catering to the Linux market and for backup of MySQL.

Wartell explained that as CDP services like his evolve and become more affordable, many will realize the drawbacks of the more traditional, free back-up solutions out there – technologies that cannot handle storage much more than a 100 GB, with some barely able to back up every 24 hours. For the demanding storage quantities of today’s businesses, and growing amounts of VPS hosting operations right now, Wartell says CDP is far and above those traditional services.

The most attractive benefit of CDP is the flexibility and control it offers, with the ability to conform to the 24-hour rhythm of any organization. For example, many websites today still choose to back data up during the night, when transactions and activity is low, and when performance and functionality can’t be affected. But what happens if the database is corrupted during the day? What happens to the daytime transactions? CDP rises above that problem by delivering around-the-clock recovery, to any point in time, while barely affecting downtime.

Users of R1Soft’s CDP can schedule frequent volume snapshots, as little as 5 or 10 minutes apart. These “synchronizations” can be performed online and causes no interruption to other I/O requests even on a busy server.

Among the benefits of CDP, Wartell notes how easy and affordable it is these days. R1Soft offers various special pricing options for hosting companies, ISPs and resellers, with pay-as-you-go plans, where you pay for how much data is actually protected. For resellers, that means there’s no-out-of-pocket expense, because their end-users pay for it as they grow. There are also one-time pricing fees and you can also just pay per computer you’re backing up too.

Within the next couple years, Wartell explained CDP will become more essential to organizations, especially as the prospect of national regulations hit the scene. Already, in some parts of the European Union, businesses are required to keep records of emails, blog entries and records going back as much as three years. Wartell warns that it’s only a matter of time until such regulations hit North America.

As more businesses scramble to find affordable ways to meet those regulations, and as more customers demand the best in data back up, CDP will inevitably become an industry standard.

“CDP is really catching on and service providers and resellers are really starting to see how important it is to have this among their offers,” Wartell said. “Right now it’s uncommon for a dedicated server or Web hosting plan to come with a real data protection solution like CDP. But I don’t think that’ll be the case three years from now. It will soon just be a standard way of doing things.”

Is Your Computer Watching You?

Would you choose to be on a reality television show like Big Brother, where anybody could tune in and see what you were doing at any time of the day or night. Most people would probably answer in the negative, but how would you feel if you found out that people already could tune in and watch you in your own home, without your knowledge or permission?

In his novel 1984, George Orwell warned of a totalitarian government where people’s very thoughts were monitored. One method used by the ‘thought police’ was a television in everyone’s living room that was perpetually on and had a built-in camera, watching the viewer. Science fiction at its is best and darkest, yet today most of us have computers with cameras built into them, potentially providing unknown eyes with a window into our homes. Is it really possible for other people, or groups of people, to tap into our webcams?

In 2009, the Lower Merion School District in the United States came to the attention of the media when one of its students claimed that a teacher was able to view the student in his own home, by way of the webcam built into his school provided laptop. The school explained that it was a security feature of the computer, designed to increase the chances of recovering stolen laptops. If the computer was stolen, the school would advise the security company responsible and they would flick a switch to activate the camera. Once activated it would take a still image from the webcam and transmit it back to the company, as frequently as once every minute. The theory was that it would take a photograph of the thief for easy identification, and therefore enable recovery of the computer.

While this is good in theory, it was admitted that following the recovery of many lost laptops, the webcams had frequently not been deactivated and they continued to take photographs of students and their families within their own homes. There were literally thousands of photographs taken in error, which even included images of the students asleep in their own beds.

Over the last two years the NSW Department of Education and Training (DET) has been rolling out a laptop program to equip all year 9 to year 12 students with their own laptop, as part of the Digital Education Revolution. I asked John McNamara, the Technology Program Director with the DET, if a similar security feature was enabled on these laptops, and was informed that while the webcams are functional, and the laptops can send certain information about its location back to base, this does not include sending webcam images with the signal.

That doesn’t mean that these school laptops, and our own home computers, cannot have their webcams accessed by unwanted people. Christopher Nava of Trend Micro Incorporated, one of Australia’s leading web security companies, explained that it is possible for anyone to access the webcam and microphone of your home computer, and quite easily. The intruder would need to deliver a virus or other malicious software to your computer. This is usually done through email and once infected, the hacker would be able to activate your camera and microphone at will.

Self appointed ‘thought police’ are only the beginning. Keylogging viruses, can transmit our internet banking passwords back to a hacker’s computer. Our personal files can be accessed as easily as our webcams. Identity theft is on the rise. In this age, internet security is vital. While George Orwell’s ‘Big Brother’ mightn’t be here yet, there are still some sinister elements in our society ready to intrude on our private lives.

The good news is that we are not defenceless against these attacks. If you are concerned that your computer has been infected you can use an online virus scanner, such as Trend Micro’s HouseCall. This free application can be downloaded from their website and will check your entire hard drive for viruses. While this is a good option if you suspect your computer is already infected, it will not provide protection from all online threats and will not provide ongoing defence. The best solution is to install a complete internet security product. There are many reliable options available and their prices range according to their features and level of protection, but for around the hundred dollar mark you can rest assured that your digital privacy is secure. So why take the chance?

Conquering Internet Security Challenges With Vipre Internet Security Suite

Security Challenges of the Internet for Management

As you see widespread threats to your computer’s data security, Internet security probably hits the top score in your list. You surely want to enjoy online freedom in order to collaborate, communicate and browse the web, but it might protect your sensitive data against risk. Thus, while you use the internet, you need to maintain balance and ensure security by controlling the real Internet security threats. This article talks about the new age internet security issues and how Vipre Internet Security can help you in conquering those challenges.

Internet Security Definition

It is not tough to understand the concept of Internet security as it is self-explanatory. It is mainly about keeping your data and vital information secured over the Internet. The Internet is a web to which millions and millions of users connect simultaneously. Every user is patching information from this web in form of incoming traffic and also dispatching information in the form of outgoing traffic. You will never able to grasp, who is at the other end of the Internet spying on the data that you are intentionally or unintentionally releasing to the web.

Your personal data, which can be the files on your computer, your images, your IP address, passwords, browser settings, and lots more, can be stolen and misused. Thus, while you connect to the internet, you need to be extremely careful so that no one else can steal your data. For that, you need to adopt safe browsing practices and also use various Internet security solutions such as Vipre Internet Security suite.

Social Media

You must be using Social Media, like Facebook, Twitter, etc. It is very easy to label someone as friend in Facebook, but not all acquaintances really deserve to be a friend. You don’t know what they are posting and with what intentions. Social media is one of the most challenging Internet security issues because it is a hub of billions of people and thus very difficult to keep a track of all those. Online predators post malware links and by linking to that one can easily land into unwary websites where eventually one gets exposed to phishing.

Vipre Internet Security suite comes with a feature called ‘ENHANCED Social Watch’ that scans your Facebook timeline for malicious links to ensure that you don’t get exposed to malware, viruses, etc.

Personal Conduct

Many a times, Internet threats stem from ignorance or carelessness. A user might be ignorant of Internet security issues or might get temporarily careless about it and thus end up landing on malicious websites or download faulty software or click on risky links. It is not plausible for users to remain alert about web security all the time. Thus, they need a security suite that can give complete automatic protection. Vipre Internet Security does the same.

It gives comprehensive protection from malware and viruses. It is capable of providing 96% protection against 0-day malware attacks, and 99% protection against malware discovered in last 2-3 months.It is active in removing all active components of widespread malware. It offers 100% protection against actively running widespread malware. Thus, Vipre has strong blockage capability. Once you install the software on your PC, you can feel safe that the software will not allow malware and Trojan intrusion into your system.

Phishing and hacking

There are various channels through which cyber bullies execute crimes like phishing, hacking, etc. Some of the channels include emails, Instant Messages (IMs), search engine results, etc. The Vipre security suite offers complete protection with its various high-end features such as:

• ENHANCED Social Watch -Scans social media sites

• ENHANCED Search Guard – Scans the search engine results and filters the malicious links from appearing as results

• Anti-spyware protection- Blocks the websites that try to install spyware on your system.

• Email & instant message protection- Safeguards your computer from emails and instant messages that carry viruses as attachments.

• ENHANCED Two-way firewall protection- Checks the incoming and outgoing traffic and protects the computer from getting infected.

• Anti-spam Protection- Scans the email and instant messages accounts and filter out the malicious messages that contain spam, malicious URLs, and phishing scams.

• Bad website blocking- Restrict your access to malicious websites to prevent you from inadvertently browsing that can further compromise your PC.


Vipre Internet Security is an all-in one program to provide you the desired internet security solutions. It has high-end features to keep your computer and data protected. It has a very suitable user interface, and it’s easy to install. You must have a security suite installed in your PC and Vipre is undoubtedly a good choice.

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Keys to Successful Web Commerce – Watch, Assess and React

A large proportion of businesses today spend a great deal of time trying to win new customers.

Large amounts of money will be ploughed into getting expert sales people to chase leads and advising existing customers to make word of mouth praise.

In our technologically advancing world, determined business owners also throw hefty amounts of investment into online marketing which include search engine optimisation and pay per click adverts to attract new business.

A common missed opportunity by these business owners is targeting the people that have already visited their site, considered a purchase but left before completing the sale.

It is estimated that up to a quarter of online buyers will take time in filling all required details, filling up their basket with items from the website only to then not complete the transaction. This is known by some specialists as the ‘Leaky Bucket’ syndrome.

A key advantage of online business is that it is so easy to track, record and analyse consumer behaviour. In this instance a good analogy is that of a pyramid. The base of the pyramid is someone merely visiting your website and the tip of the pyramid is a positive online purchase. The trick is formulating the different stages up this pyramid where potential customers are dropping off and then focusing on solutions to ensure they carry out the sale.

A website should be constantly evolving in response to customer needs, web developments and internet advances.

Measuring the data available is Key: Watch, Assess and React.

A good example of successful ecommerce is how the issue of Security is presented within the site.

A good design will reassure your potential customer every step of the way that their online purchase is completely safe and therefore the transaction will run smoothly as possible.

A simple feature, such as one Microsoft offer, where the address bar turns green when you get to the checkout to symbolise a secure transaction, is very powerful.

Factors such as an unexpected delivery charge when you have reached the checkout is an example where you have got a potential customer to the top of the ‘pyramid’ ready to pay, then lost them.

Removing all potential shocks to the customer in the final stages of payment is crucial.

A vital long term strategy for all online business is to focus on the customer and then react to their needs.

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Cheap Hosting Packages and Low Cost Web Hosting – Watch For Hidden Costs

If you’re shopping around for an affordable web hosting plan, knowing what services you want and what you should pay for them can help you pick out hidden costs that could launch your cheap hosting plan into an expense you just can’t afford. Here are a few things to be on the watch for when you’re shopping for the best low-cost web hosting plan for your personal or business web site.

A La Carte Pricing

Don’t be pulled in by impossibly low prices. While the explosion of reseller hosting has dropped web hosting costs to bargain basement prices, you should still expect to pay for quality, dependable, professional web hosting services. A la carte prices can make a web hosting plan seem like an incredibly good deal, but be sure to know exactly what you need and what you’ll be paying for it. When you add in setup fees, upgrade fees and additional monthly fees for things like scripting support, a mySQL database and php support, you can end up paying far more for your affordable plan than if you’d opted to pay a few dollars more for a more inclusive plan.

Read the Fine Print

Read through every little entry in the comparison chart to see what you’re being charged for, and what fees you might incur if you go over your monthly limits. If something isn’t clear, or isn’t listed, email the company to ask what they charge for particular services and if there’s a setup fee. It will tell you more than just how much the services cost – it will tell you how well they respond to support and help requests.

Unlimited May Not Be Unlimited

Don’t put your reading glasses away yet. If a plan promises ‘unlimited traffic’, read the fine print to see how they define ‘unlimited’. Many hosting providers use ‘typical usage patterns’ to define what unlimited means. If your web site becomes popular enough to exceed what’s normal for other web sites of your size, you could end up getting charged extra for bandwidth even if it says ‘unlimited’.

E-Commerce Ready Sites for Cheap Prices

Check to see what’s actually included in that cheap e-commerce ready site. Does it include access to their secure server, or will you have to purchase your own license? Is there a good deal on bill-collecting services and credit card access, or will you have to arrange your own? Be sure you know what you’re getting for your money so you can plan your web hosting expenses wisely.

There are a lot of legitimately good hosting deals to be had, but just like any other purchase, it pays to do your homework to make sure that you get the most affordable, most professional and best web hosting deal you can find.

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Home Security: Watch Groups

A great way to improve the overall safety of where you live is to start a Neighbourhood Watch or Home Associations group.

This partnered with law enforcement can achieve a great deal, and make your neighbourhood a much safer and more pleasant place to live. Better for the kids, the older folk and everyone.

Find out how many resident home owners do you have – imagine if you all started ‘looking out’ for each other what you could achieve.

How to start?

Its not difficult to start – you need to think what you have already, in the way of clubs and groups. Theatre groups, scouts, guides, cubs, walking groups, book clubs and I’m sure you will find many more. These could all be places to put the idea forward, and to start attracting people to a meeting, about what you can do, and how you could proceed.

The local Church, the local Schools, the Pub, the Golf Club, the local Supermarket or Store – all are places where a Notice could be Posted to attract attention to the idea, and to advertise the meeting.

Place an Advert in the local paper.

Do a posting of the area to arrange a meeting.

How to continue

Post signs around the area so that potential vandals and thieves are warned off.

Collect money for surveillance cameras to monitor areas where trouble has been in the past.

Depending on the configuration of the area, monitor and record entrances and exits.

Meet with the local police on a regular basis to review what’s being done.

Arrange regular patrols by groups on bikes – good for the health as well!

Safety tips

* Get to know your neighbours.

* Don’t open your door for someone you don’t know.

* An open door, window or sliding door is a gift to Burglars.

* Many people forget to lock their doors and windows.

* Make sure the lighting around your home is working. Repair your lights.

Inform the power company of street lights that don’t work.

* Make sure that passers by can’t see valuables through your windows.

* Keep your eyes open for suspicious activity or individuals. Get a good description or a photo and report to the police.

* Be observant when walking the dog, getting the mail etc.

Contact other groups on the web and share ideas and get more advice.

There are lots of groups on-line and places to buy signs and lots of other useful items for the group.

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Buying Web Hosting Space From Your Web Designer? Watch Out

We all love to shirk responsibility and hand over some of our problems for people who are willing to handle them. Buying the right type of web hosting maybe quite an overwhelming process for a not so tech savvy business owner. The task of how muck disk space, how much bandwidth and all the technical jargon involved can get quite taxing to understand. This is a primary reason why web designers are more than happy to bundle a web hosting account along with their designing fees. But there are many ways in which such relationships can get sour if the terms of the bundling are not made clear initially. This article explains what could go wrong if you buy web hosting space from your web designer rather than buying it independently.


Although you may feel that you’ve got a great package deal on your web hosting along with design fees, you should be aware that web hosting fees are recurring fees and usually payable monthly or annually. Don’t get carried away with the waiver of fees for the first year. Some website owners are in for a rude shock when the next year on the renewal anniversary, they receive a huge invoice for renewal of the web hosting account. Design firms are almost always resellers or affiliates of web hosting companies and never a web host themselves. This can be a positive thing as well as a negative thing. Sometimes they may be able to offer you a highly competitive pricing, while some of them may just exploit your ignorance or inability.

Lock In

Taking a package from your website developers may lock you in to their web hosting package as well as their design. More than a physical barrier, it creates a sort of psychological block which prevents you from switching services or choosing a different design for your website. This is precisely the reason why low cost packages are offered and customers are lured to them. Website owners fear that if they shift the design services, then the developers may not be too cooperative and not give them control of the hosting account. Similarly, even if the hosting account has limited features or provides bad service, you may be willing to stick to it if it is bundled with your development package. You should always have control of your hosting account and also have your design source code with you.


If your web designer is knowledgeable, well equipped and efficient, you may get good technical support. Issues related to your website’s hosting will be solved quickly. But if your designers are new to the hosting world, they may not be of much help. Sometimes it maybe helpful to buy the hosting and design from the same company, so that all your services are under one roof. This way there can be no blame game as to which service is deficient, in case of a failure. However, this can also be a disadvantage if you have hired a nascent design firm. They maybe too raw to know the intricacies of hosting and may not be able to keep up with changing technologies or may not be competent to provide the right security or optimization measures. This should not be expected from them either, as designing is their primary business and all other things are side businesses.


If you are taking a package deal, make things clear at the beginning. What happens if you decide to hire the services of another designer? Who keeps the control of the website? On whose name is the domain name and hosting registered? How do you login to control your website files? These are some of the basic questions that you should ask when you are offered such a deal. You don’t want to end up having a disagreement with your web designer, who turns off your website and takes control of your domain name, leaving you high and dry.

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nternet Security Watch – Panacea to Safe Browsing and Protected Data Sharing

One shocking discovery you may get to know of soon enough is the fact that the internet is no longer as safe today as you have always considered it to be.

Every year, $Billions of dollars is lost to internet fraud, personal identity theft, computer hard disk crash, cybercrime, virus threats, spyware attacks, Trojans, etc…

In many instances of identity theft and/or crimes committed online, it is usually unsuspecting individuals such as You and I that fall victim to internet fraud; this is sad but true.

Another strange development is the deployment of spy surveillance software and programs that hide behind sometimes legitimate multimedia downloads, files transferred and general internet browsing activities with the sole intention to steal sensitive data and information that are mostly misused by internet thieves and criminals for fraud.

It is high time for a concerted effort to end the spread of this plague and vicious menace in the bid to safeguard your online identity when you bank, shop, browse, chat, access and read your e-mails, buy or sell, etc and every sensitive and personal data you access or process, and it must begin with you.

You must secure your PC against privacy, tracking and virus threats!

One way that you can join in this global effort in making the internet a safe place for web surfers and users like you is by deploying internet security, anti-virus and anti-spyware software (or program) on your PC today that will detect, remove and protect from all threats.

You owe it as a duty and an obligation to yourself to protect against any unseen, illegal and unauthorized communication that might want to occur between your computer and other systems that want to invisibly send and receive information from your computer system without you knowing about it from today.

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Unblocking Internet

Long gone are the days when employees and students could access what ever web sites they wanted. The past ten years there has been a growing number of so called web filters blocking access to websites, everything from the obvious adult content sites to social networking sites like MySpace and Facebook. Employees and students are fighting back and are using home based CGI proxies, Flakka unblocking service and free proxies access their websites of choice.

It is constant cat and mouse game between the users who like to access their favourite website and schools and employers blocking that access. This article explore some of the techniques used to block and unblock websites at work and school.

The main reason why schools and workplaces block web sites is to prevent employees and student from using computers and bandwidth for private purposes, such as staying in contact with friends and family using web mail or social networking sites. There is a strong case for stopping such activities. But in some cases it is fair to talk about censorship.

Bennett Haselton from Peacefire reports that Amnesty Intercepted (about human rights groups whose sites were blocked by blocking software) and Blind Ballots (about candidates in the 2004 elections whose sites were blocked). Amnesty International Israel and “Lloyd Doggett for Congress” were among the sites that we found blocked by Cyber Patrol, one of the first web filters on the market.

Many believe schools and employers are fighting a losing battle. There are a number of ways workers and students can unblock the web filters using different form of proxies. It is also becoming common place to have Internet access on everything from cellphones to PDA:s Some companies even prohibit the use of such devices on their premises, especially at companies that handle sensitive personal information such as banks and hospitals.

So what are some of the techniques used to unblock web filters? A few years ago it was very popular to use Google to get past web filters by viewing thumbnail images or “cached” links to look at inappropriate material. Users could also fool filters by typing in misspelled words. Translation sites like Google or Babelfish can deliver sites translated from another language. These days most web filters can easily block these techniques.

There are millions of of so called free proxies on the internet. They basically function as a middle man between the blocked site and the users browser. Unfortunately these proxies are blocked within a few days. Rob McCarthy at Lightspeed Systems explains how their web filter detects new proxies. Lightspeed System have software that continually search the Internet looking for sites which contains the word proxy in the URL or on the actual site. However it takes a few days for a new proxy to get the detected, so it is a constant cat and mouse game.

Another alternative is to use a service called Flakka. It is a system which makes it virtually impossible to detect the unblocking site. The Flakka unblock service also have the advantage that there is nothing to install or download and it generally performs better than the free proxies when it comes to unblocking sites like MySpace, Facebook, Bebo and other social networking sites. Flakka was developed with the average internet user in mind.

The best alternative to circumvent web filters is to set up so called CGI proxy on your home computer. Using this method it is possible to access websites via your home computer. Setting up server and the CGI proxy is very easy, it just takes a few hours. Peacefire has detailed instructions.

Another way to unblock is to install anonymizer software on the blocked computer. Anonymizer and Your Freedom are two very good examples of high quality services. Some schools and workplaces prohibit users from installing software.