Browsing from heavely blocked network thru home PC?

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  1. Matt2000ss

    Matt2000ss OT Supporter

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    The network up here has just gone insane and blocked OT. I hear there is some server software that i can run on my homepc that will allow me to browse the internet unrestricted from my work PC.

    I've searched google but its flooded with random proxylist. Can anyone make any recommendations?:x:
     
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    follow the rules set forth by your it dept
     
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    and set forth by this forum.......... stop asking us how to bypass your admin's filters.
     
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    Yeah, you should definitely follow the rules instead of buying a cheap $5/month vpn connection from relakks to bypass these filters.
     
  5. deusexaethera

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    Laptop + cellphone = your own internet connection that they can't control.
     
  6. retorq

    retorq What up bitch??

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    You want to know what we do to the guys we catch actively bypassing our filtering software?? Trust me, OT isn't worth your job.
     
  7. deusexaethera

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    Hence my suggestion. We do this very thing with our employees who work on military bases as civilian contractors. We issue them a company laptop and a wireless broadband card that's paid for out of the overhead budget, so the government can't bitch about us using contract money to bypass their security. Besides, they don't own the cell towers.

    Security people are kinda fucked up in the head anyway. Them, and lawyers and accountants.
     
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    :rofl:

    Do you ever that laptop on the military base's network?
     
  9. deusexaethera

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    Hell no. That would completely defeat the purpose. The government has their computers locked down so tight that they literally need our on-site contractors to do work for them that their own security people keep them from being able to do.
     
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    ok, carry on.

    because I've seen WAY too many times where someone has a network cable sticking in one side and a USB to a cell phone coming out the other while thinking "what could go wrong?"
     
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    understood.. :wtc:
     
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    If the network connection on both ends is decently fast, just use something like Remote Desktop and connect to your home PC and browse to your heart's content. Multimedia sites turn to shit, but for sites like OT it's fine.
     

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