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Posted on 10-09-07 10:12
:ninja:I wondered whether you guys think everyone has access to Firefox? Its not that easy.. Can you please help us by creating more tips for IE users ? Thanx for the help. P.S. I hate it whe someone says " If you don't have firefox then get it @ this link." At times we use restricted computers and can't just install software...


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Posted on 10-09-07 10:29
You should carry FireFox around on a USB stick.

What version of IE do you use, the good ol' IE6? Or the newest piece of crap?



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Posted on 10-09-07 10:59
burnerhacker.... you have so much to learn... a large point of all this is learning to break those restrictions, and the reason we rag on IE, is because plainly and simply, it sucks.



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Posted on 10-09-07 13:07
Portable firefox works from my usb drive @ school vista boxes, but they've password protected internet. I can logon via the popup box @ school, but I don't see any way of doing this with firefox as it won't connect to the school servers.

I'll get more info and pm you, richo, K?

and yeah, IE really really really does suck


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Posted on 10-09-07 13:49
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I can logon via the popup box @ school, but I don't see any way of doing this with firefox as it won't connect to the school servers.


Possibly check the proxy settings in IE? If you don't have access to Internet Options (which is likely), try checking for the registry key at:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings

Otherwise, you could try running netstat on the machine to see what connections are being initiated when you attempt to connect to the Internet. That could possibly give you some ideas on how to bypass it, or some ideas on what forced proxy machine you have to compromise.



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Posted on 10-09-07 15:39
Boot IE, login.

Boot Firefox (portable) and click File-->import and import every setting from IE. Cross your fingers and wait for three seconds.



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Posted on 10-09-07 17:37
FX portable imported everything but it won't go anywhere. I CAN get onto the local school's website, hosted on this network, (I could do that before, though), but I can't go anywhere else. It tries to connect but times out. I've tried to figure out what makes the password box come up, but as far as I can tell the only thing on the page is a javascript menu bar and links to a few php pages.

My school's website is http://www.rcsd.ms/

I didn't see anything useful in that reg key... any more suggestions?

I won't be able to be back here until about 4 or 5 hours from now... Engineering is my only comp class today Sad


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Posted on 10-09-07 19:04
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Possibly check the proxy settings in IE?

... Otherwise, you could try running netstat on the machine to see what connections are being initiated when you attempt to connect to the Internet. That could possibly give you some ideas on how to bypass it, or some ideas on what forced proxy machine you have to compromise.


Maybe check the default gateway... could be the proxy. Anyways, try those things and see if you can scope out a bit more of the network layout and traffic. Also, is the pop-up a Javascript-like popup, or a Windows Digest Authentication pop-up (the kind used when connecting to network resources)?



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Posted on 10-09-07 23:00
It's not JS, its a Windows thing. The page doesn't even have any js or links to js except for the navbar. If it was a js popup I would at least see it in source, and it would most likely work in fx.

I hate that they've got everything set up for IE lol... it's annoying.


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Posted on 11-09-07 16:31
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It's not JS, its a Windows thing. The page doesn't even have any js or links to js except for the navbar. If it was a js popup I would at least see it in source, and it would most likely work in fx.

I hate that they've got everything set up for IE lol... it's annoying.


Then, it's either Basic Authentication or Windows Digest Authentication, which means you are probably dealing with an ISA Server. As far as it being only set up for IE, it's likely just a proxy setting. Have you checked the proxy settings in IE? Run a tracert to Google to see the path your packets will take (possible proxies, default gateway)?

Please don't post anything further until you check the proxy settings in IE and run a tracert... I've already suggested this a couple times, and you've ignored it, though it will probably solve your problem. :happy:



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Posted on 11-09-07 16:56
visit: [url]http://www.crashie.com [/url]
for people with IE 6 and older, it has some VERY helpful advice on their!

It's not JS, its a Windows thing.


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Posted on 11-09-07 18:07
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visit: [url]http://www.crashie.com [/url]
for people with IE 6 and older, it has some VERY helpful advice on their!


And that helped... how? He already knows that IE sucks and that alternatives are better (note that he's using Firefox). Read the question before posting an answer. Wink





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