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Anybody know how to do it?? Asking since i am having trouble viewing a lot of threads.

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Damn, i remember using a downloadable proxxy but then the admins found out

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PCJames    202

Man if I knew this......

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Just hack in to the computer, it really isn't that hard, look on youtube.

Last year when I was at school, I hacked in to the system and managed to set everyone as administrator's, I deleted all of my behavior logs and I tried deleting any evidence of my exclusion logs, I got caught and was excluded for 5 days and I nearly got expelled.

If you're going to hack, don't do something like that, really isn't worth it. Only do it if you are professional, haha.

Edit: I also wasn't allowed to the prom night, oh well.

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Reptile449    0

We used to have a cable at the back of the PC that connected it to the school's user database or something, if we pulled it out all their school security stuff stopped working so we could use facebook and youtube.

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I dont want to make everyone an administrator, just want to get through my schools firewall, hence why i used a downloadable proxxy with a location setter called ZenMate.

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I dont want to make everyone an administrator, just want to get through my schools firewall, hence why i used a downloadable proxxy with a location setter called ZenMate.

But, if you set yourself as administrator then you can access whatever you like.

I wouldn't think it would be to difficult finding another proxy or another way how to get on youtube or facebook.

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Onionjack    0

The school has those protection for a reason, if you can't access certain pages then that's the way it is. Unfortunate but they are not meant for funny business ;)

I was ten years ago maintaining computers in few schools, there were no restrictions on them and some of them were full of porn and viruses. It's quite frustrating to clean the mess students might do, I do understand why your schools has restrictions.

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I understand aswell, just want a proxxy, anything people can recommend? Preferably with a Google Chrome source code?

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I also wasn't allowed to the prom night, oh well.

I would just do what you did, just for this punishment. So worth.

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I also wasn't allowed to the prom night, oh well.

I would just do what you did, just for this punishment. So worth.

Eeeh.. That's stupid

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I once found a website where if i enter the websites URL it unblocks it and goes to it. But forgot what the website was called. :(

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A proxy is useless. You will gain access to the websites for a little while but the school admins can still see what you are doing, then you will be punished.

When i was school we used two programs to record our data: Microsoft spy and lan school. I found of one of the passwords for a default account and just removed the account from both Microsoft spy and lan school. Then whenever i logged into that account I was free to browse and do what I liked and I couldn't get caught unless someone came to that PC to see who was using it.

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Mush    2

I know some schools use 'Imperio.'

Honestly, if you feel that strongly about it, ask some teachers.

But I wouldn't see it getting unbanned, you're there to learn, not to read the forums and other sites.

I can see lunch times and breaks etc. but again, if you feel that strongly, ask an admin.

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Ego    1

I don't see the point of looking at the forums at work and/or school, you're there doing what you need to do there, so do it. Sounds stupid coming from a member of staff but thats what I think.

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Sin    127

Have to agree with Ego. If you're going to try to bypass your school's filters, realize that you're going up against a guy who most likely loves working with computers, knows them inside and out, has been working with them for longer than you've been alive, and has logged many hours of college level education in the subject, not to mention years of experience at catching people misbehaving on 'his' systems. Make no mistake, he does think of it as "his" systems, and people messing with them? Well, he takes it personally. Catching such people is probably the highlight of his day. And he's got the systems that will make it child's play, not to mention intimate familiarity with the system's inner workings.

Trying to get around him is begging for trouble. If you want to access our forums and they're currently blocked, petition to have them removed from the blacklist.

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Trying to get around him is begging for trouble.

Pretty much that.

I use my phone when I want to go on the forums when i'm not at home, way less trouble :P

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Well... You can always try to hack into the school system ( I wouldn't go that way )

OR!

Use this FREE program called "ULTRASURF" , wich you can carry on a USB PEN , etc.

And simply execute it, and there ya go... all websites are enterable

The Bad things, are ,that the internet connection is going to get a bit slower.

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