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Can anyone tell me how to evade the couse i dont like it when school nlock my fav sites

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You could go throung a proxy, like BrowseAtWork, anonymouse, or something like that

Or use Tor

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I tried TorPark at my school IDK if it was because it was using firefox but i couldnt get it to connect at all so i just use proxies most of the time.

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Did you make sure to change Firefox's proxy settings?

Tools>Options>Connection Settings

Select manual and change the port settings for all of them. I know for the usual TOR the default port is 8118. I'm not sure what it is for Torpark, but 8118 is worth a try.

Also, another proxy I was just told about works a little bit.

Tack .nyud.net:8090 to the end of your URL and you will get in.

EX:

http://www.google.com.nyud.net:8090

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You could go throung a proxy, like BrowseAtWork, Anonymouse, or something like that

Or use Tor

I was also going to suggest Anonymouse :cry: lol there is a Firefox extension using Anonymouse. I just don't like the Ads that pop up when you use Anonymouse.

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www.fuckbess.com works well, but some filters will obviously block you from going to a site with fuck in the URL.

Check it out. Might be some other interesting alternatives out there.

JS

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Ok go to www.ultrareach.net

theres a box at the top with some chineese or watever button next to it

type you url in the bok and click the button

i have websense at my school and i use it sometimes

however constant use of this caused websense to pick up on it and block it

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I think recommending Tor or Tor Park for use at a school is probably a bad idea. Reason being is that you're carrying evidence that you intend to get around the firewall. Stick to proxies that aren't blocked, it's cleaner and you don't need to have a thumb drive on you. Plus unless you have the USB port up front, you're going to look mighty suspicious screwing around behind the computer. Thumb drives are obviously more mainstream now then they were a few years ago, but a non-software solution is the best bet.

What a buddy of mine did when we were still back in high school was to set up a password protected proxy service on his linux machine at home. Since it was just him and I using it (maybe a couple others, I don't know), it never got blocked. If you have a 24/7 net connection and the hardware to do it, it certainly would be a great learning experience. Just don't share it with anyone you wouldn't trust to keep your darkest secret, because you'll be in a pile of shit if you're offering a proxy service to your fellow students.

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To find more open http proxies try this Google search:

inurl:nph-proxy.cgi

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If the filter just checks for banned words in typed URL, and you're using Firefox (I haven't tried it with other browsers) you can pass the URL in hexadecimal form. Simply use an ASCII table (http://www.lookuptables.com/), and change letters in URL to hex! Remember to write "%" before any hex.

Bu using this method, you can get access to binrev.com by typing "%42%49%4E%52%45%56%2E%43%4F%4D" instead of URL.

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Yeah, that used to work at my old school. I even made a little script for the purpose :) Just copy-n-paste this to the browser:

javascript:var c="";var n="";var t=prompt("Enter text to encode");for(i=0;i<t.length;i++){var n=t.charCodeAt(i);n=n.toString(16);if(n.length==1)n="0"+n;c+="%"+n}prompt("",c);void(0);

Have fun

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Wow! Awesome script. I had no idea you could do that.

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I think recommending Tor or Tor Park for use at a school is probably a bad idea. Reason being is that you're carrying evidence that you intend to get around the firewall. Stick to proxies that aren't blocked, it's cleaner and you don't need to have a thumb drive on you. Plus unless you have the USB port up front, you're going to look mighty suspicious screwing around behind the computer. Thumb drives are obviously more mainstream now then they were a few years ago, but a non-software solution is the best bet.

Most computers as of, oh, say, the last three or four years have USB ports on the front. My work has old IBM's that can't even handle anything above WIN 98, and they have USB's on the front. My college also has USB's on the front of the tower, but they are up to date systems there. I still agree that tumb drives can be suspicious. But, I run Firefox with TOR on my thumb drive at work. It is small enough that no one sees it.

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i just go to google and use the translater and it will translate any page and look in the url it is different and then you can get to any where you want. That is what i do and i have had no problems with it.

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i need help here is the code that come up when the page is blocked now google trans. gets past but i do not know about this html

<html>
<head>

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
<title>SonicWALL - Web Site Blocked</title>
</head>
<body bgcolor=#011b4a text=#FFFFFF>
<br>
<br><br>
<br><br>
<table align=center cellpadding=5 border=2 width=500 bgcolor=#9CBACE>
<tr>
 <td align=center nowrap>
 <table align=center cellpadding=0 border=0 width=100%>
 <tr>
   <td align=center nowrap><br><br><br>
   <font face=arial color=000000 size=4><b>Access Denied.  The site you attempted to go to is deemed inappropriate <br>
by the Whitewater Unified School District.</b></font><br>
   <br><br></td>
 </tr>
 <tr>
   <td align=right nowrap>
   <!-- <a border=0 href="http://www.sonicwall.com"><img src="http://172.20.5.2/blockLogo.gif" height="38" width="110" border=0 Alt="SonicWALL"></a>
   -->
   <br></td>
 </tr>
 </td>
</tr>
</table>
</body>
</html>

p.s.: mess with it if you want i did try whois and nothing else. i am lazy

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i need help here is the code that come up when the page is blocked now google trans. gets past but i do not know about this html
<html>
<head>

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
<title>SonicWALL - Web Site Blocked</title>
</head>
<body bgcolor=#011b4a text=#FFFFFF>
<br>
<br><br>
<br><br>
<table align=center cellpadding=5 border=2 width=500 bgcolor=#9CBACE>
<tr>
 <td align=center nowrap>
 <table align=center cellpadding=0 border=0 width=100%>
 <tr>
   <td align=center nowrap><br><br><br>
   <font face=arial color=000000 size=4><b>Access Denied.  The site you attempted to go to is deemed inappropriate <br>
by the Whitewater Unified School District.</b></font><br>
   <br><br></td>
 </tr>
 <tr>
   <td align=right nowrap>
   <!-- <a border=0 href="http://www.sonicwall.com"><img src="http://172.20.5.2/blockLogo.gif" height="38" width="110" border=0 Alt="SonicWALL"></a>
   -->
   <br></td>
 </tr>
 </td>
</tr>
</table>
</body>
</html>

p.s.: mess with it if you want i did try whois and nothing else. i am lazy

That doesnt help much. It does tell us tho that the filtering service that you school is using is SonicWall. The IP that is listed is an internal one so we cant do anything with that. When you go to a blocked site does it modify the address in your browser? If it does change the address in your browser than i can probally show you a few pranks to pull on friends n such.

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Last semester I got in deeeep trouble for this kind of stuff. (They tried to arest me) :blink: ,but they couldn't. What I did is this:

I read up on the manuals for my schools blocking software (LightSpeed)

Then I simply Typed the ip of the bloccking server in your case this ip would be http://172.20.5.2 and I added a /reports at the end(http://172.20.5.2/reports) and gave me a login prompt. My school is so stupid the password were default.

After I obtained acsess I could do whatever I want. Include forward the traffic to another site.

Goatse.cx ^_^

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I do it by using the admins computer :P. Usually there is not enough computers in the "computer room" for everyone. So I get to use his laptop, which doesn't have any filters on it. :)

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you'll need a key logger and a flash drive (pin drive, USB drive, USB Key) for this,

put key logger on comp hidden deep in drive C

go 2 system32 copy the program "command" deep and rename

use your renamed command to coppy drive alot

wait for tech support.

then you've got full admin access

or

just put key logger on comp and get teacher to go arround a web block for you.

becareful with those passwords they are easly tracked

Edited by Phr34kn_Phantom
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