BreakthePaywall – new version 2.0.0

Finally it’s here!

The new version of BreakthePaywall was finally released today.

Version 2.0.0 has the following new features:

BreakthePaywall is now compatible with all versions of windows from XP onwards including Windows 8.0 and 8.1 (only in desktop IE – Metro interface IE does not allow plugins).

There are now 2 ways to use BreakthePaywall:

1. The Original Right Click Method – right click on a link and select BreakthePaywall from the context menu. This method utilises all circumventing functions.

2. The new One-click method – simply left click links as you normally would. This method is enabled by default and only utilises the basic circumventing functions.

Method 2 will work in most cases but if not, use method 1 instead.
(Note: You must disable Internet Explorer’s Enhanced Protected Mode for Method 1 to work. You will be prompted with instructions if this mode is enabled).

You can also toggle One-click method 2 on and off: use the new BreakthePaywall sub-menu under the Tools menu or the command button on the command toolbar.

We have also added Google search screening – Google does not link directly to search results, all links go via a special google link which then redirects to the website you want to go to. BreakthePaywall now intercepts this intermediary link and redirects you directly thus circumventing any restrictions. This occurs when using both methods.

To install the new release:

If you have BreakthePaywall already installed then right click a link and choose BreakthePaywall as normal – you will then be prompted to update the package.

Otherwise, go to the website and select download:

Enjoy the new release.

Author: James

IT Manager - Network, Web coding, MS SQL and Online Mapping expert

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