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Posted on 17-10-07 19:00
Our school has a really good blocking method. Everytime us students find exploits, they block it within minutes. we can do so little now and we have been limited.

They have blocked:

>Command Prompt
>Batch Files
>.EXE's
>Any modifying options (cannot change wallpaper, or even put anything on desktop)
>Lots of annoying filtering, and blocking specific words
>Many proxies

can you think of any exploits that i could use to get around some of these?
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Posted on 17-10-07 19:03
im sure theres a way to get into either cmd.exe or command.com, you just have to try harder Wink

also try looking around the network, theres many ways to do it, some even in M$ office "open document" browsing


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Posted on 17-10-07 19:10
you can make batch files and save .exe's, but you cannot run them
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Posted on 17-10-07 19:18
it sounds like a similar system that we have at our school, recently one of my friends made a vb script that allowed you to open things, which you could use to open command prompt and c drive, ill see if i can find it and ill post it up for you.

also try getting torpark which is anonymous I.E. using firefox if you can use USB sticks on your school system then you can run torpark straight from there
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Posted on 17-10-07 20:40
would the administrators be able to find out about it? does it install anything on the computer if ran from the usb?
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Posted on 17-10-07 20:52
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it sounds like a similar system that we have at our school, recently one of my friends made a vb script that allowed you to open things, which you could use to open command prompt and c drive, ill see if i can find it and ill post it up for you.


It's not that hard to write something like that in VBScript. Would be a good learning experience for someone starting out in coding... research "Windows Script Host" and VBScript.


also try getting torpark which is anonymous I.E. using firefox if you can use USB sticks on your school system then you can run torpark straight from there


If they can't do all of the things listed above, it's unlikely that they can access USB drives. Worth a try, though, I guess.



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Posted on 17-10-07 21:06
There's no "exploits", for what you want to accomplish/are capable of accomplishing.

There's only, workarounds.
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Posted on 05-11-07 18:05
i like the idea of the VBScript Wink

We can acces usb devices.

we only have internet explorer and even that is limited by our admins.
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Posted on 05-11-07 19:35
Why do you want less limitation?

Is there an actual reason?

Or are you merely discomforted by the fact you know you don't have much/any power on those systems?


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Posted on 05-11-07 19:54
Bot H2H wrote:
They have blocked:

>Command Prompt
>Batch Files
>.EXE's
>Any modifying options (cannot change wallpaper, or even put anything on desktop)
>Lots of annoying filtering, and blocking specific words
>Many proxies

can you think of any exploits that i could use to get around some of these?


just rename cmd.exe to 'explore.exe' and it should work. actually, that usually works for most exe's that are blocked.
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Posted on 05-11-07 20:34
Chances are, your school uses Novell Software to dictate your powers via login system. If your school issues a login and password than you really are limited to what powers they allow.

Ex. CMD, obviously CMD was removed from the accessories list at my school from the start. so I tried batch files, it worked for 30 seconds but then a run time block alert that Novell had forbidden this program popped up. So then I tried using IE to navigate to the directory where CMD truly is and instantly it was blocked. And of course they don't allow you to use Run right out of the start menu so there was no way to access CMD.

One thing a former tech guy told me about how are schools computer site blocking works is -

Website blocking and such is done under an entire browser, which means if you can some how install FF you might be able to freely browse the web.



Whoever recommended torpark I will try that, and give feedback on if it worked at my school.