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Getting to a web page via ms-dos prompt

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I recently heard that you can get to a website that is denied by using the ms-dos prompt does anyone know how this is done . Or whats the facts please. Thanks Alot :) :tazz:
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Where on earth did you read such a thing?

But anyway this sort of activity used to be possible back in the days of the Bulletin-Board System (BBS) as access to them used to be via a program than ran on the command prompt.

These days, while such systems still exist, they have mostly been replaced with the Internet as we know it today.
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if you are denied access to a website....it's for a reason...contact the site's owner if you don't think you should be denied access..

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