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Posted on 29-01-09 01:07
i have a major problem here, my school is now using the new RM safety net filter and has drastically improved its security to MI5/CIA level. all proxys are blocked, seriously all of them, and everything is restricted, even the word penguin is blocked (WTF?!). (cmd, .bat and .exe files, task manager, run, everything is restricted) i do realize the importance of my work and this is only for when i stay behind after school and at break/lunch.
i really need help to bypass/remove this filter. Thanks for helping


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Posted on 29-01-09 01:20
also as moshbat has stated you need to know the exact filter used is it a soho net filter or a full scale box we used to use barricuda spam filter at work and those miss shit it usually is configured by keywords certain ports sites etc a filter can only block what is known if its that serious ill set u up a proxy lol:ninja: and add it to a firefox plugin like moshbat stated which will work and is a very bright idea

just post the type of appliance and ill read the manual see if i cant find a way to bypass the filter and i bet the others here would love a challenge like tht




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Posted on 29-01-09 01:27
moshbat wrote:
Okay, a little bit of a warning.
I fucked around with my school, and got into some serious shit (exclusion was the least of it), so make sure you know what you're doing before you go try it, okay?
That said, simple filter avoidance shouldn't land you in that much shit.
What I did was "borrow" a copy of their RAT, and used an exploit in that to install the client side of the app onto every machine, including the admin ones, escalate my privileges, and just fuck about with everyone using a PC at the same time as me.
Yeah, stick with looking at porn. Sure, the letter home is embarrassing, but that's about all.
dude your nutz thts funny shit you really did tht shit and what rat did they use?


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Posted on 29-01-09 01:31
JAP or Hopper. Every proxy blocked? Impossible in the first place. Google inurlPfftroxy/index.php

turns up about 50 working for me even with my schools filter magic crap. (Astaro)


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Posted on 29-01-09 01:57
Personally, I'd stay away from messing with school shit. Sure it's boring and lame and annoying that they can block everything, but maybe it's that way for a reason. What are you going to do once you gain free reign of the internet? I'm willing to bet that you want to do exactly what they blocked it for.

I find it perfectly reasonable to be without a computer for a couple hours while I concentrate of other things. Then again, I'm terrified of suspension/expulsion/getting in trouble at school. If you think a few extra hours of internet time is worth losing computer privileges or (in extreme cases, I realize) getting kicked out of school, by all means go ahead. Otherwise, I suggest you just get used to being away from myspace for more than 15 minutes and pay attention to the class.


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i know this is a really stupid question, but is google blocked?? (i didnt see if you stated weather it was) cause thats how i bypass my school filters, by using some google skills i found out.


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Posted on 29-01-09 08:03
darkpyroSG wrote:
i know this is a really stupid question, but is google blocked?? (i didnt see if you stated weather it was) cause thats how i bypass my school filters, by using some google skills i found out.


well amazingly google isnt blocked, however ANY search that has proxy in it is blocked. btw its operating on windows xp proffessional ill have a look today to try and get some more info about it.
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If you're still set on doing this, then I suggest trying to go through the google/yahoo/whatever translate page. It may seem simple, but it works at my school.


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Posted on 29-01-09 22:56
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Of course, if you have Websense looking over your shoulder, the only way is by using Firefox and a proxy, I think.


I've tried that at my school, however I can't seem to ever get it going. I think they block specific DNS requests, so tomorrow at school I'll try pinging a blocked website (for it's IP) and typing that in while using a proxy. I'm also thinking about making a tunnel from my home computer to access the internet.

On a side note, if the console is blocked on your school's computers, it doesn't mean the actual programs run from CMD are. ipconfig, ping, netsh, net, etc can be used by simply compiling this code. (C++)

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#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

int main()
{
    char input[500];
    while (true)
    {
    cout << "Enter command: ";
    cin.getline(input, 500);
    cout << endl;
    system(input);
    cout << endl;
    }
    cout << endl;
    system("PAUSE");
    return 0;
}







Or if you would rather not download, an exe. (The file size is large because I was using Code::Blocks to program at school. MinGW creates pretty large .exes compared to VC++.)
http://www.sendsp. . .ile/co6mpu
or
http://www.2share. . .a/App.html


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Posted on 30-01-09 03:03
hiddenguy.info (worked on my schools computer).
Try..... googling p r o x y. Same results but their filters are retarded. Google patches it to 'proxy' and the school doesnt know a thing.

off-topic, I' am high, the above post may not be useful.


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Ahh, Another forum topic i HATE, Bypass or hack my school. You guys that are still in school are there to learn, You'll have enough time to surf the internet at free will IF and when you graduate.


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Posted on 30-01-09 22:02
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i have a major problem here, my school is now using the new RM safety net filter and has drastically improved its security to MI5/CIA level.


i actually lol'd




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i found the most stupid thing on our school network, all access to the main server is restricted but if you went into windows media player, went tools search for media, selected a network drive and then clicked browse it would open up a box with many network drives and all you had to do was right click and explore it would then open up the network drives in windows explorer.
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Posted on 28-02-09 20:45
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i found the most stupid thing on our school network, all access to the main server is restricted but if you went into windows media player, went tools search for media, selected a network drive and then clicked browse it would open up a box with many network drives and all you had to do was right click and explore it would then open up the network drives in windows explorer.


Useless, since you still can't access shit. You didn't magically gain setuid0 rights by using a programs' feature. Microsoft is stupid, yes, but not that stupid.



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I've tried that at my school, however I can't seem to ever get it going. I think they block specific DNS requests, so tomorrow at school I'll try pinging a blocked website (for it's IP) and typing that in while using a proxy. I'm also thinking about making a tunnel from my home computer to access the internet.


Yes, do this. Chances are that your school is trying to block all web-related stuff. This means restricting access through port 80. So, logically, use a different port. Use OzymanDNS. Full acces through SSH. Proxy goes from your browser to you localhost's 8080 port. Then tunnels via SSH with one of the OzymanDNS scripts and allows full access with up/down capabilities.

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i got the OzymanDNS serrver working, thanks for the notion of the possible missing PERL modules.



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learn about shh. i wish i had when i was at college.

google - ssh tunneling


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i dont know much about your network but heres a few things to try. my schools idea of security is to block shortcuts
1)create new shortcut to the location "control" you now have control pamel
2)shortcut to gpedit.msc (this is where my school has ALL of its security you just disable a few things and your good to go)
3)if bat is disabled you could prbly find a .reg to overwrite that.
4)if all else fails run games from flashdrive

i was even able to gain full privlages to the server by making a shortcut to \\FS1\ there was a bunch of stuff there logs from the past three years even teachers payroll templates
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Posted on 22-04-10 16:01
my school's web filter is websense.i changed the proxy address from cache.schoolnet.lk to proxy IP.then i tried to connect.then the browser show that there is no internet connection after doing that.any idea?
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Posted on 22-04-10 16:51
Possible bumping?


That applause I receive from y'all on posting this post would have gotten me drunk on power if I hadn't already been high on life.
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WTF!!
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