5 Tricks to Bypass Respondus Lockdown Browser 2021

You are being redirected to this article because you have been locked out of your browser. You have attempted to access a website that is not allowed by the Respondus Lockdown Browser 2021. This lockdown browser blocks all websites, aside from those which are pre-approved by an administrator. But don’t worry! I am here to help guide you on how to bypass the lockdown browser and give yourself access again.

1) Delete your internet history

The first thing you should do is delete your internet history. This will help to prevent the lockdown browser from preventing you from accessing certain websites that it has already blocked, or might block in the future. To delete your internet history:

a) Click on “Start Menu” and then click on “Control Panel.”

b) Next, click on “Internet Options.”

c) Click on the “General” tab and then click on the box next to where it says, “Delete Cookies…”

d) Next, check the boxes that correspond with all of the items you want to be deleted.

e) Once they are checked off, click on Delete.

f) Finally, when you have finished deleting your internet history, click on “OK.”

2) Clear cache in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, and more

Clearing your cache is a great way to get around the lock down browser. To clear your cache, you will need to go into internet options of any one of these browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera or Netscape Navigator.

3) Disable Safe Mode in Windows 2000, XP and Vista

Disabling safe mode in windows can also be another way to get around the lockdown browser. To disable it:

a) Click on “Start Menu” and then click on “Control Panel.”

b) Next, click on “Performance and Maintenance” (or simply Maintenance for certain versions). Then click on “System.”

c) Now click the Advanced tab. In this window, you will want to click on Settings under Performance section. Once you have done that a new box should pop up from the bottom of your screen. From there, you need to go down and uncheck Safe Mode in Boot Options under Startup and Recovery (some versions do not have the Safe Mode option).

d) Click on Apply and then hit OK.

e) Reboot your computer to make sure that safe mode is actually disabled. If you are still getting redirected, continue onto the next step.

f) NOTE: There may be a bug in Windows Vista where this does not work;

4) Update Flash Player

Updating your Adobe Flash Player may help you to bypass the lockdown browser. Updating will keep your Flash from being out of date or blocked by this lockdown tool that some schools use.

a) To update, all you have to do is go into internet options and click on programs under “Programs.”

b) Then check the box in front of “Adobe Flash Player.”

c) Now, click on the “Updates” tab and select check for updates. It will automatically begin to update Adobe flash player. Then just restart your computer when it is done updating.

d) After that you should no longer have any problems trying to access websites using Respondus

5) Keep your operating system up-to-date

Keeping your operating system up to date is the best way to ensure that you can bypass this lockdown browser. This will help protect against any viruses and malware, as well as update all of the security features in your computer so it’s not easily hacked into or attacked by hackers.

Just keep these things in mind when trying to get around a lockdown browser and you will be fine!

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