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I'm at school and they've seemed to block caching and a hell load of proxy sites? is there any proper really good sites enabling log on for Myspacer's preferbly. The obvious sites are blocked if you could help much apreciated

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I'm at school and they've seemed to block caching and a hell load of proxy sites? is there any proper really good sites enabling log on for Myspacer's preferbly. The obvious sites are blocked if you could help much apreciated

move topic if needed.

inurl:nph-proxy.pl

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setup a sshd server at your house

and then use putty to tunnel

they can't block what is just a bunch of crypted traffic :)

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setup a sshd server at your house

and then use putty to tunnel

they can't block what is just a bunch of crypted traffic :)

They can block SSH traffic, though. Use SSH on a non standard port.

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... and hope that they haven't blocked the non-standard SSH port that you choose to use.

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setup a sshd server at your house

and then use putty to tunnel

they can't block what is just a bunch of crypted traffic :)

Do i have to pay for a site and space then?? >_>

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Set up a two stage tunnel between your school's proxy, and a proxy on your home PC.

								8080?			   443			   Any port
[Internal school computer] ---> [school proxy] ---> [home proxy] ---> [arbitrary website]

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Set up a two stage tunnel between your school's proxy, and a proxy on your home PC.

								8080?			   443			   Any port
[Internal school computer] ---> [school proxy] ---> [home proxy] ---> [arbitrary website]

how do i do that though?

do i have to pay for a site space and domain?

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they took of firefox cause loads and loads of people started using it for backgrounds >_>

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to set backgrounds you can do with internet explorer. open picture with ie, right click,set as desktop item. or open the picture with windows picture and fax viewer. then set as desktop background

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If this guys school is proxying his connections and only his proxy servers IP is allowed out to 80 and 443, and if they are performing egress filtering then surely SSH to any port, standard or non-standard is non-starter.

i guess he needs to have a poke at the firewall to figure out the rules to see if the sys admins have overlooked something.

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ok this might seem a bit tricky at first, but trust me its not that hard and you'll feel like the man when you're done.

1. set up a LAMP server on any old box you can find. (LAMP = Linux Apache Mysql Php) If you google around theres a million ways to do this, they're all fine. I always use debian, but the easiest way is probably ubuntu server which you can get here http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/download

2. Make sure you can connect to said LAMP server from the internet. If you're on a home broadband connection you probably have a semi-static IP, and theres a good chance you're behind a nat router. So forward a port on that router to the IP of the server(rtfm for your router). then write down your ip address. if you cant find it read the iron geeks signature. test it out by opening up your favorite browser and type in http://ip.ip.ip.ip:port where ip= your ipaddress and port = whatever port you forwarded, if you chose 80 (which your isp may block) then you wont need to specify a port. you should see the apache it works page which is the default, and really all you need

3. install phproxy into the default apache directory. you can get it here http://sourceforge.net/projects/poxy/ As i looked that up i noticed that phproxy is no longer under active development, anybody know of any good replacements for it? I dont off the top of my head. ill post if i find something

4. connect. just type http://ip.ip.ip.ip:port into the browser like we did when testing and you can then goto any page you want without your school knowing. http://www.phproxy.org/ has a copy of phproxy running so you know what it looks like, it also has links to other sites doing the same thing, chances are your school blocked all of those.

I know i didnt go into too much detail, but google is your friend. if you have any specific questions that you cant find the answer to, post them in this topic and ill try to help.

also if you breeze through that you always could try the next two steps.

5. give out the proxy to your friends, and put on your cool shades.

6. set up some kind of packet capturing to sniff all plain text passwords and put on your evil grin.

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no you may have missed what i was saying. when you use torpark off of your usb flash drive FF runs right off of the usb drive, you dont need to install anything on the computer that youre using, everything runs off the drive, and this is also good because all of your browser history cookies etc arent saved on the computers browser.

But if the guys school are blocking access to the site at their proxy then regardless what browser he uses it's gonna be blocked. Lord Wuds advice seems best as this would be an unknown proxy that he could route traffic through. Although, i guess all these suggestions still depend on how the school are filtering traffic or blocking sites.

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Just google myspace.com and click down the list till you find one thats unblocked. At my school the proxy blocked alot of sites to, but a new site is created every ten seconds or so. The proxy cannot block all the sites. If that doesn't work, there is a good tutorial on wikipedia (im short on time, i will try to get you a link) written by a Iadnah that details very well on how to get past proxy filters on the computer.

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ok this might seem a bit tricky at first, but trust me its not that hard and you'll feel like the man when you're done.

1. set up a LAMP server on any old box you can find. (LAMP = Linux Apache Mysql Php) If you google around theres a million ways to do this, they're all fine. I always use debian, but the easiest way is probably ubuntu server which you can get here http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/download

2. Make sure you can connect to said LAMP server from the internet. If you're on a home broadband connection you probably have a semi-static IP, and theres a good chance you're behind a nat router. So forward a port on that router to the IP of the server(rtfm for your router). then write down your ip address. if you cant find it read the iron geeks signature. test it out by opening up your favorite browser and type in http://ip.ip.ip.ip:port where ip= your ipaddress and port = whatever port you forwarded, if you chose 80 (which your isp may block) then you wont need to specify a port. you should see the apache it works page which is the default, and really all you need

3. install phproxy into the default apache directory. you can get it here http://sourceforge.net/projects/poxy/ As i looked that up i noticed that phproxy is no longer under active development, anybody know of any good replacements for it? I dont off the top of my head. ill post if i find something

4. connect. just type http://ip.ip.ip.ip:port into the browser like we did when testing and you can then goto any page you want without your school knowing. http://www.phproxy.org/ has a copy of phproxy running so you know what it looks like, it also has links to other sites doing the same thing, chances are your school blocked all of those.

I know i didnt go into too much detail, but google is your friend. if you have any specific questions that you cant find the answer to, post them in this topic and ill try to help.

also if you breeze through that you always could try the next two steps.

5. give out the proxy to your friends, and put on your cool shades.

6. set up some kind of packet capturing to sniff all plain text passwords and put on your evil grin.

thanks ile try that :)

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