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Posted on 17-08-06 08:31
hey all,
I have a friend with REALLY gay fuckin parrents. they installed this on her comp: http://www.contentwatch.com/products/home.php

now, it makes it so that she can not access the internet after midnight, and it logs all info going in and out of the internet, including voice conversations on skype, ims, viewed sites, etc.

anyone know how she can get past it? if you can help...then do so! its a pain in the ass -.-

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Posted on 17-08-06 08:37
Assuming this is a windows system

Start the computer in safe mode (you can log in as admin without a pwd)
Uninstall/Edit program rights

Failing that Scream about web censorship etc


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Posted on 17-08-06 08:53
Yeah, generally dont take that shit!


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Posted on 17-08-06 08:55
thinks for a better plan....


Take you computer, its better if you have on a the old style massive moniters, and run screaming through the house shouting about how its not worth having if you dont actually have the internet. Try to carry as much of the computer as you can accessories and cd's included at the one time. (or get a wheel barry and put it all in it!) There bond to get the message:happy:


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Posted on 17-08-06 09:10
have they paid for the full version or is the the trail version?


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Posted on 17-08-06 09:28
the only thing tht i can suggest is change the names of some of the files in the install dir coz tht'd fuck up the programme i cant test fully cos it fucks with my firewall but the install dir is sumin like this

"C:\Program Files\ContentWatch\Internet Protection\gui\cwmain.exe"

i suggest changing the names of tht whole folder or just deleting it

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Posted on 17-08-06 10:02
ok, first off....u need to make sure ur an admin, as that kind of software usually will not let neone mess with/edit it unless u r admin...now, if u dont want the parents to know then ur best bet is to get admin, install a keylogger and get the pass to the program, then go in and change stuff......otherwise all they will do is reinstall the program and further limit her activities


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Posted on 17-08-06 12:45
reformat your PC :-\ lol thats sure to get rid of it or you can open their app up in notepad and alter the code so it still looks like its their


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Posted on 17-08-06 12:59
you can do the same i did when i was 16 Pfft
buy a laptop, hide it under your bed, dig holes to put UTP wires in... or make your parents buy wifi (that's what i did after Pfft)
note: never let them find the laptop...

i accidently do have a cheap laptop for sale... mail me for further details ^^ Wink


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Posted on 17-08-06 13:03
do what mozzer says and log in as admin.

then goto the default isntall folder and start editing some config files. Dont uninstall / edit hte program, because we still want the parents to think its running ;-) so just delete any config file for it you can, that way it will run, but wont know what tasks its surposed to do and what settings to use!

works quite well, i did this on someones firewall once when i rooted them, they still thought it was running, but config files were gone so it didnt know how to detect a intrustion Wink

same princible here.


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Posted on 17-08-06 13:05
how did you get past firewall without it discovering you in the first place? Smile you had to get pased it to delete the config... unless you did it when you where at his place...
or you are just ev0l Pfft


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Posted on 17-08-06 13:15
getting past firewall was no problem in the first place, but when i wanted to install a shell listening on other ports thats when firewall became a problem so needed to be disabled. plus if the keylogger were to upload information to a site etc that will cause problems too Wink

infact if you remember i think i actually mentioned this "event" in the hbhcon.. i think.

anyways, we getting off topic Smile


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Posted on 17-08-06 14:39
there are some good idears on what to do here, but heres another, if u have more than 1 hdd, or only partioned a part of the other hdd, install a new partion of windows Grin, aslong as your parents dont know to much about computers, i bet they wouldnt notice, then you can do what you want on it Smile


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Posted on 17-08-06 19:45
good ideas guys.
she doesn't have admin on her comp, only her dad does.
also, we need to only temporarily disable it becuase her dad checks it every fuckin day -.-
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Posted on 17-08-06 20:05
Boot it in safe mode and get admin. Theres not a chance its protected if there running noob programs.


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Posted on 17-08-06 21:10
bummer. now, i would try to see its name in the CPU proccess list(in task manager)

i think i've seen programs able to mask or deny their deactivation, but it's worth trying.

find the right proccess and kill it everytime you want to temporarily disable the program. that can be a problem but still, just an idea.

(tancurroms and others safe mode idea will most probably work, but windows look like shit in safe mode)




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Posted on 17-08-06 21:12
Run a proxy?

There is very little you can do about the midnight thing


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Posted on 17-08-06 21:17
lol just got an idea about midnight thing... change the time on the computer if you can

to avoid posting again: mozzer: true, true, but worth trying ^^




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Posted on 17-08-06 21:19
If the program is any good it will have an internal clock


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Posted on 17-08-06 23:15
seljojojo wrote:
i think i've seen programs able to mask or deny their deactivation, but it's worth trying.


Its called a rootkit Wink

And most content filters either wont show up in the task manager, or wont let themselves be killed.

If it does show up in the task manager however, and wont let itsself be killed, there a nifty little program called KillProcess. Its a command line utility, but extremely easy to use. If it works, try making a batch program that kills the program automatically when run.



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