getting around site blocks at school

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  1. Audiophile

    Audiophile boom boom

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    im trying to go to sounddomain and cardomain and they are blocked..how do i get around, the OS is 2k pro. thanks.
     
  2. DatacomGuy

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    Proxy.

    Do a google search for free anonymous web proxy.
     
  3. Penguin Man

    Penguin Man Protect Your Digital Liberties

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    Hmmm... Wonder if proxy would work at my school :naughty: I doubt it though, they have us locked down pretty fucking tight :(
     
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    DatacomGuy is moving to Canada

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    I've been able to use webwarper.net on networks that were pretty locked down.. :dunno: give it a shot?
     
  5. Audiophile

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    thanks, ill try it out tomorow morning
     
  6. Penguin Man

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    I bet they block it ;) And we can't change internet settings to setup proxies and such...
     
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    Just keep trying a bunch of web-based proxies until you get one that works..There are hundreds if not thousands of them out there.

    BEST bet is to try international sites, located in across seas.
     
  9. project15

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    ha, my school has webwarper.net blocked :hahano:
     
  10. Penguin Man

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    Wow, I went to internet options at school today and realized that they don't have them locked up... Hm, maybe all I'll have to be careful of now is the library ogre seeing what I'm up to :naughty:
     
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    If you really really want to get past the block, im not sure how your lockout is set up, but heres what i do:
    1. find IP address of site u want to get to
    2. convert address to binary (make sure leading 0's are included for a full 8 digits in each octet, you should have 32 digits all together)
    3. using windows calculator in scientific mode, click on Bin option, and enter the whole binary address without any dashes or spaces or periods
    4. click on the Oct option
    5. enter the resulting numbers after http:// in your browser

    this always worked for me, try it and let us know
     
  12. Marcos

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    I use this:

    go to http://world.altavista.com

    then under the 'translate page' box put in the desired URL.

    Go to translate from French(any language really) to english.

    The translation wont actually change anything as the page should be in english to begin with
     
  13. Penguin Man

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    Hm, lots of work but I might be able to visit OT at school ;)
    The translate idea sounds like it'd work too...

    Oh, and:
    There goes that idea :(
     
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    Leb_CRX OT's resident terrorist

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    I use www.rr.com port 80

    works like a charm

    :)

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    I was the one who installed iPrism. :fawk: I forgot whether I implemented the proxy lock, but I'm pretty sure it's already there. Too bad so sad. :fawk::fawk:
     
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    Ugh, they use iPrism at my company too... It's pretty brutal.

    But that's what Terminal Services is for :wiggle:
     
  18. Penguin Man

    Penguin Man Protect Your Digital Liberties

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    Damn, forgot you were around here :p

    Yea, the proxy is locked too, checked today. Babelfish works though ;)
     
  19. Drifter

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    Not for long! Mwahahahahahahahahahaha! Thanks for letting me know though! :fawk: :fawk:
     
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  21. Penguin Man

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    :fawk: iPrism is even worse than Bess.
     
  22. Drifter

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    :o It was all our budget could afford!
     
  23. Penguin Man

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    :rofl: :Owned:

    Still sucks for us though.
     
  24. project15

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    bess, all i see is 'bess cant go there' stupid dog.
     
  25. Penguin Man

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    Still better than iPrism, iPrism blocks EVERYTHING. We had Bess last year and even it was better.
     

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