Censor Tracker

An extension to bypass blocking and identify websites that have some surveillance tools installed. We do not earn on our users and do not look into your traffic.


Blocked site

We will check if the website is banned

Roskomsvoboda monitors the register of websites being banned in World. Currently have over 400,000 URLs in our list (and that's just sites from Russia). We also maintain registries of blocked sites in many other countries - Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Turkey.

We can help unblock any site, as we have the "Forced Proxy List" feature available

In addition to blocked sites from the database, there are sites that are not included there and should also be accessed, for this extension has a function "Forced proxy list", entering there the desired domain - it also, as sites from the database, will go through our reliable proxy.


We do not store or share with third parties your personal data and your browser history

We do not store logs compared to most commercial extensions.

You can see this for yourself by checking out the Censor Tracker source code on GitHub.


Frequently Asked Questions

If you want to access a blocked resource, and you are in a country for which we do not have a database of sites, you can get access in 2 ways:

    The first way:

  • 1. Click on the extension icon —> click the settings button in the upper right corner of the new window —> go to "Proxying List" -> enter the desired domain in the input field —> press Enter to save your changes.
  • 2. Done, the site is added to the "Forced proxy list" and you can access it through a reliable proxy.

    The second way:

  • 1. Click on extension icon —> click on —> choose "Always" mode to always proxy this site —> reload the page
  • 2. Done, the site is added to the "Forced proxy list" and you can access it through a reliable proxy.

If nothing from above helped you to fix the problem, please get in touch with us!

Please check the version of your browser, the extension supports Firefox 98+ and Google Chrome 94+.

Yes, the extension allows you to do so. To use your own proxy server, please click the extension button in your browser —> click the settings button in the upper right corner of the new window —> Proxy settings. The extension supports only proxies using HTTPS. The correct input looks like this: in the first window please enter the username:[email protected], in the second please enter the port.

Yes! Censor Tracker is an open-source project, so anyone willing to contribute.

It is ok, our servers are based in the EU, including Germany.

At the moment, the main browsers for mobile devices (Chrome for Android and Safari for iOS) do not support the extension. We cannot take responsibility and recommend users third-party browsers which support it.

Censor Tracker is a proxy extension specifically for web browsers, not a VPN. We do not plan to add VPN function to the Censor Tracker yet. If you need a good VPN, you can use the website VPN Love to choose a reliable ISP (Internet Service Provider or install AmneziaVPN, which is a graduate of the Privacy Accelerator (organized by our experts).

Yes, we have a Telegram chat dedicated to the discussion of the issues discovered and reported by our users, and to the discussion of the operation of our extension.

You can make regular donations or send a one-time payment on our website: donate.roskomsvoboda.org

You can use the GitHub repository to install the extension.

    Install the extension in Firefox

  • 1. Download the latest archive with the extension from our GitHub repository.
  • Archive with extension
  • 2. Unzip the Extension into a new folder.
  • Unzip the extension
  • 3. Open a "New Tab" and go to this address: about:debugging#/runtime/this-firefox.
  • 4. Next, click the Download temporary add-on button.
  • Installing inside the browser
  • 5. Go to the folder where you unpacked the extension and select the manifest.json.
  • Installing inside the browser
  • Ready! You can use the extension.
  • *You will need to do this every time you start the browser.

    Install the extension in Google Chrome

  • 1. Download the latest archive with the extension from our GitHub repository.
  • Archive with extension
  • 2. Unzip the Extension into a new folder.
  • Unzip the extension
  • 3. Open a "New Tab" and go to this address: chrome://extensions.
  • 4. In the upper right corner, turn on "Developer Mode".
  • Developer Mode
  • 5. Next, click on the button Download the unpacked file.
  • 6. Select the folder where you unzipped the extension.
  • Installing inside the browser
  • Ready! You can use the extension.

Supported browsers


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