11 December 2017 · Oakland, CA, United States ·
Several sci-hub domains have been shut down because a court ruled against it on behalf of the American Chemical Society, but can still be accessed directly via it's IP address, which is:
In addition, http://sci-hub.tw is still working, but who knows for how long. It might be the case that TOR will be needed to access sci-hub in the near future.
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105Turk Meyers and 104 others
Thanks for sharing this
Free the knowledge.
If she uses a Teredo address and not a v4 or v6 addr then it will always work.
Also, they should put an A record into the Russian root for her, then the US can't tell other people's computers what to do.
how could this could be a work around to the world whois servers with ICANN "serverHold" blacklisting which is the actual reason you can't see sci-hub domains? any part of tcp/ip(of any version) stack hasn't been touched by the blacklisting, that's why the ipv4 address works.
Get telegram and add @sci-hub bot. The bot will send you articles when you send it a DOI number.
Andrew Collier Reed
Dang, I didn't even know about this and it's already being shut down eh?
both my osx and GNU/Linux installations didn't like the ip address solution, from Italy I can get it working adding a sci-hub domain with the ip address you linked to /etc/hosts; I also do not like to use dns servers provided by sci-hub, so I already switched to tor for sci-hub, it is slow but works in the end.
Thanks! This is great!
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