A bypass is defined as having access to some Internet resource that Pluckeye, as configured on the computer in question, is supposed to block. It is sometimes also called a loophole or a way around it.

Here is an example bypass.

After installing Pluckeye and enabling the system feature, I noticed that Edge was not blocked and I was able to access http://icky.eewe.us/ .

Pluckeye isn’t easy to bypass, or it isn’t supposed to be. But Pluckeye isn’t perfect, and from time to time, bypasses have surfaced. If you have discovered a bypass, please do not post about it publicly. Instead, report the bypass discretely, privately, on the sly (nudge nudge, wink wink), because if you post about it publicly, such as on a forum, you will almost certainly be doing a disservice to other subscribers of the forum.

Thanks for considering your fellows, and happy plucking.