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Bypassing nanny programs, internet blocks, and router blocks

Arrow Image A very easy method towards bypassing programs and routers that blocks you from entering websites.

This is an easy method to bypass most things that block you from going to sertent websites, I tried this at my school and it worked, so its great for school filters.

Just go to and whois the domain name to get the IP. then just copy paste the IP into the browser and it should go thru.

The reason this works is because the program that blocks you is only blocking the domain name, not its IP adress. Some administrators are smart and block IP\'s but its very rare.

\"Social Engineering - Because there is no patch for human stupidity.\"


nights_shadowon October 01 2005 - 19:09:35
Well, i'm in a small school and the ip's are blocked, so i'm not sure how rare it really is.
Haykuroon October 01 2005 - 19:59:11
you just got stuck in the rare position.. lol nothing i can say besides finding the nanny program and disabling it via task manager.. if task manager is blocked PM me and ill tell you the easiest way to gaining admistrative access and disabling it.
nights_shadowon October 02 2005 - 19:32:20
Also, the net stop command can stop some of these programs. I have found an actual keylogger used by our school and had to simply stop the program by doing a net stop. This will get logged, but i know where those are stored Wink. As for me, i need to do a little more advanced techniques to bypass some of the security restrictions on the school's computer, but when you know what you're doing, bypassing these things just gets easier and easier.
tommyaustinon October 07 2005 - 01:05:45
the ip is blocked at our school also (west deptford nj), this site is not blocked by anything though which i found odd lol
fagitzon October 07 2005 - 16:32:53
Aren't these blocks enforced by companies rather than admins? I know in some cases admins will specifically filter sites, but more than likely they use a filter that they bought taking into account "IP tricks." Nice to know, though. Out of curiousity, does your task manager unblocking involve cracking SAMs or is it even more simplistic?
Haykuroon October 13 2005 - 00:29:49
@fagitz: MUCH easier, lol no cracking or real time is required... only works on windows computers tho... i have another way for linux computers, if its a MAC computer u have some easy ways.. im gonna write a tutorial for that right now, sense so many asked..
waylanderon November 27 2005 - 03:02:21
Actually instead of goin through all the trouble of finding the IP just type. i.e. The only trouble with this is that pictures are normally not displayed Angry
zaliferon April 14 2006 - 21:57:41
use google translator! it gets past some of the protections. go to google translator, type in the website you want to go to and seledt the translate as, say, english to german. then just change the de in the url to en. also this is a good method caus some progs only show till ".com" etc. so all it will show is google
sunglasses333on August 22 2009 - 19:37:39
It would be much more efficient just to use And if is blocked, use And if is blocked use And so on.:ninja:
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