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Posted on 15-05-06 11:24
http://ripfilter.com/


Im sorry if I posted in wrong area.. but you can bipass blocked sites from networks via school or anywhere that has a filter. Enjoy!


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Posted on 15-05-06 12:55
That would surely work!

Granted, it wasnt' blocked already. ;)

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<meta name="keywords" content="firewall blocker block get around hide url web address change secret filter cgi proxy server cgiproxy anonymous anonimous computer flash games java ps2 n64 cheats stunts free xbox microsoft nokia mobile gadgets computer games game racing cars women php html top gear buy electronics servers hosting domains prices cheap robot artificial intelligence science news" />




Anything with "proxy avoidance" is filtered by Websense, aka the most popular web filter in public schools.
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Posted on 15-05-06 13:04
www.phproxy.org is also a good one.
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Posted on 15-05-06 21:30
thanks or that site.


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Posted on 01-06-06 14:49
yah, im in a hightech school that has alot of firewalls and blockers, ect....
and neither of those worked
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Posted on 01-06-06 15:02
high tech ey... you travel in tubes?


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Posted on 01-06-06 18:04
Right, i had this problem at my college untill i finally found a proxy which was not filterd. Please email me if sucessful or not http://gdataonlin. . .


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Posted on 01-06-06 21:14
another way i found to bypass surf control is to type the site in on google and use the cache (yahoo works too). it will get you to the site, just not the most recent version
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Posted on 01-06-06 21:58
oh man my school has had a big problem with this our tech guys have really cracked down on it too. We cant use roxies and we cant even use most caches..it's horrible, but for some odd reason they havent blocked HBH yet i go on during study hall all the time, they usually block it after the first few days..i think theyre up too something
the penalty in my school for "innapropriate" sites is suspension


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Posted on 01-06-06 22:51
I just wanted to tell you guys how I got past my schools security. To me, there are 2 ways.

If the website is blocked because of a word in the name, E.G. GMAIL.com contains mail, and same as hotmail... if you can get the IP address, you should be able to type it in to get it working. It doesnt always work tho.

The other way I did it was : http://babelfish.altavista.com/tr
Type in the web address and then translate from any language to English. However sometimes the pictures wont show.
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Posted on 27-08-06 07:21
One thing i found also helps too is that if you know some body or are willing ot pay like 5 bucks a month get a domainname i think then set up your private proxy with a password i used to use my friends until he stopped payin for it but it did work Smile cas when people at my get ahold of a proxy they use the hell out of it and it is blocked within a week or soo so if u do get a proxy dont tell it to too many people


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Posted on 27-08-06 07:22
One thing i found also helps too is that if you know some body or are willing ot pay like 5 bucks a month get a domainname i think then set up your private proxy with a password i used to use my friends until he stopped payin for it but it did work Smile cas when people at my get ahold of a proxy they use the hell out of it and it is blocked within a week or soo so if u do get a proxy dont tell it to too many people


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One thing i found also helps too is that if you know some body or are willing ot pay like 5 bucks a month get a domainname i think then set up your private proxy with a password i used to use my friends until he stopped payin for it but it did work Smile cas when people at my get ahold of a proxy they use the hell out of it and it is blocked within a week or soo so if u do get a proxy dont tell it to too many people


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Posted on 27-08-06 08:06
Or just put the proxy on an https:// rather than http:// most schools don't block it


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Posted on 27-08-06 19:50
When i use a proxy, it works for a while, then the site gets blocked. I think it might be because of keywords on the site (this site, btw Smile). I just used a low key proxy, hosted my Omega (you may know him off EG). He had a prozy up on his site, but I think it's down now...

I've not tried using the IP for a site (but i will), and i've been looking into exploiting the system it uses (RM Community Connect 3) for a while.


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Posted on 27-08-06 21:07
well just open notpad with view source and write

command.com

and save the file as batch.bat, or anything with the extension .bat . Open this file and it will give you a command promptSmile . REMEMBER TO DELETE THIS FILE ONCE YOU'VE FINISHED!!! if the admins see it, they will kill youWink
now just type type: ping (the website you want)
ex: ping www.hotmail.com
that gave me: 208.172.96.250
so if you want to go there type in the url bar: http://208.172.96.250 and it work!
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Posted on 27-08-06 22:29
Why not use an SSH tunnel?
http://www.buzzsurf.com/surfatwork/

O ya... through an SSL encrypted site... can schools still detect the keywords?

The only things my school blocks are setaint ports, and thats about it. You can access any site you want at my school.

(Yes I got lucky)