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HOW TO DISABLE OR BYPASS SCHOOL Firewalls/Filter


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well at my school they have some smart *** people they blocked every site there is to get around the Firewalls/filter they categorize them as "anonymizer" cant get on any site...****en pssing me off...we got macs at our school and i dont really know how to work around macs...they got st.bernad blocking us...if any one can help plaease do...also if you need any info o te macs i can get tell me
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No way around it without the administrators information

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have you tried www.guardster.com ? i use that at my school because they block alot of sites like myspace.
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i dont think it well work but ill try it 2morrow
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Even if you can...you might get in trouble if you try.

School computer people tend to be really hard nosed about their "security" precautions. Even if you don't do anything bad, you might get slammed just for working around them.
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If the network guys/gals are doing what they should. Then they are monitoring the network also. If you find something to get around their filters. They will see it. Like technologist stated you may get in trouble. It would be better just do what you need to do on your own network.

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We have the same problem at my school; instead of typing
www.google.com type www.google..com

This works on our system.
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when i was in high school there was a website we used to get around the schools firewalls. Then that website stopped working so what we did was use a proxy. If you can find a good list of proxies, just use that.
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nope www.guardster.com does not work, we use to use netscape n change the proxies and that worked but now that doesnt even work, and i dont think the people are monitoring b/c they know they got a good security...i also tried the "..com" but no luck...they got use in check
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any other suggestions?...and if i cant get around it do any 1 have a virus that i can out in a cd and open it in school (macs) that well mess uo there server for a while...thats how mad i am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by xmexicano69x
any other suggestions?...and if i cant get around it do any 1 have a virus that i can out in a cd and open it in school (macs) that well mess uo there server for a while...thats how mad i am
Wow, someone seems desperate. And that virus idea sounds quite evil to me neye: .
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Guys, this thread is locked. We will not allow discussion of hacking networks here. If you have a legitimate need to get through the firewall, discuss it with your school network admin. Otherwise, get your own internet.

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