Posted 01 November 2005 - 11:29 AM
You convert the url to hex and try that.
There are quite a few ascii/hex/decimal/binary/oct converters out there.
That said, the wiki was the first actual entry in Gogle after typing in "hex"
Your kind of missing the point of a hacking fourm man. There is no up-down-up-down-left-right-left-right-a-b-a-b-select-start for bypassing a laptops bios password.
Getting around Websense is easy. Find a cgi proxy...or another type, use a Google cache, set up a server somewhere, whatever.
These are all in the dozens of threads of this on this site alone. If you don't want "set up your own server" or "open up the laptop" for answers to what you've been asking......you probably are asking the wrong group bro.
Posted 01 November 2005 - 01:19 PM
Have you tried replacing some of the characters in the URL with their hex codes? That works on some older RM proxy filtering systems, so it may work on the websense one too.
What are Hex codes and how do i use them to get past websense?
That was easy enough.
Posted 04 November 2005 - 01:15 PM
Again, it pays to read. Another example of your being given the answer to the question you asked, and not bothering to read it.
I just gave you the link to an ascii to hex converter via the aim conversation we were having, hopefully a link right to a converter, along with my detailed explaination of the different base systems, and where hex fits in as base 16 will suffice, it really isn't that mystical. :\
Posted 10 November 2005 - 12:58 PM
Make it more verbose than a sentence or two please. What did you do? What failed? What worked? Why did it work?Think back to the "How to ask a question" document you read from a link in someones sig (hopefully you read it anyway), and apply that to answering now.
You should give as well as take.
Posted 11 November 2005 - 09:36 AM
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