This isnt a Web Gateway Question... Just checked how this app works and found this:
Psiphon automatically starts connecting when you run it. While it is connecting, a spinning icon is displayed. You may select one of the following tunnel modes: VPN (L2TP over IPsec), SSH, or SSH+ (SSH plus obfuscation, a randomized layer on top of SSH to avoid protocol fingerprinting).
Web Gateway is an HTTP/HTTPs Proxy and do not proxy SSH+, VPN and bare SSH protocol. This won't be sent to your Web Gateway and can't be blocked here as well. If you have to block those protocols, make sure your firewall block it.
In case you're a web worm, much the same as me, at that point you should be surfing a huge amount of sites for the duration of the day. Some of these sites ( or the vast majority of them ) open with no bother, yet a few sites don't open and restore a "not available" blunder. This is because of the way that those sites are restricted by the administration in that specific area or nation for reasons unknown ( frequently theft ). In any case, on the off chance that you need to get to such destinations, you have to sidestep these limitations by making a few changes on your cell phone. In the event that you aren't a specialized person who doesn't know a ton about establishing and center level stuff, at that point don't stress, I'll separate it in the blog entry. In this post, I'll discuss how you can introduce Psiphon 3 for PC or your android gadget and get to blocked sites.
PC adaptation of Psiphon is known as Psiphon 3. You can read more about Psiphon underneath in the post. Presently let us check How to download and introduce Psiphon in our Windows 10/8.1/8/7 PC or Laptop. Psiphon makes an intermediary server condition for boundless confinement free Internet Surfing. According to the current refresh, the Psiphon programming is presently authoritatively accessible for Windows Pc and Laptop. That implies you can download and utilize Psiphon in your Windows machine, as well.
BTW, in the places we run proxies in our businesses and institutions for security purposes--we specifically want to block such products. As far as I'm concerned, it's fine for private use, but I'd be curious to hear the use case under which a proxy admin would allow it. And in the places I've worked, attempting to use such a product would be subject to disciplinary action. Just saying.