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List of the countries banned or blocked youtube : Afghanistan, Armenia, Bangladesh, China, Indonesia, Iran, Libya, Morocco, Pakistan, Russia, Syria, Sudan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turjey, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates.
Since a long time Youtube has been banned in some of the Muslim countries like Bangladesh, Pakistan Iran India and others. It's disappointing that Youtube yet to fix the issue, delete the video "Innocence Of Islam" and have lost thousands of viewers from all over the Islamic countries around the world. Anyways some of our site members were asking how they can still watch Youtube easily. Youtube have become very important for everyone life's because of education purpose, entertainment and more.

The question remains is it still be possible to watch Youtube if the domain is banned? The answer is "YES". Nothing is really impossible. So, you might be thinking how you will able to watch youtube and what is the simplest way. It is pretty much easy and there is no need of changing "IP" using different IP hidding software's or changing your browser from normal browsers like Chrome, Firefox etc. you can view youtube easily with any browser you like from anywhere with any internet connection.

Well here goes the simple trick:
Step 1: Whenever you visit any youtube page follow url :
Step 2: All you need to do is Simply change http:// to https:// and that will do the work.

All you need to do is add https:// at the starting of the youtube domain. You can do it with all the video links and it will work for you. Even if you just start the domain all other videos will also contain https:// with them so you will no longer need to edit again and again.


What is the difference between http:// and https:// ?

The main difference between http:// and https:// is It's all about keeping you secure** HTTP stands for Hyper Text Transport Protocol,

Which is just a fancy way of saying it's a protocol (a language, in a manner of speaking) For information to be passed back and forth between web servers and clients. The important thing is the letter S which makes the difference between HTTP and HTTPS.

The S (big surprise) stands for "Secure". If you visit a website or webpage, and look at the address in the web browser, it will likely begin with the following: http://.

This means that the website is talking to your browser using the regular 'unsecure' language. In other words, it is possible for someone to "eavesdrop" on your computer's conversation with the website. If you fill out a form on the website, someone might see the information you send to that site.

This is why you never ever enter your credit card number in an http website! But if the web address begins with https://, that basically means your computer is talking to the website in a secure code that no one can eavesdrop on.

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