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12-23-2009 @ 7:28PM
@IkarusBe careful - I'm a systems admin and I can tell you right away that you wouldn't be able to do that on my networks.. and if you did manage you'd get caught really quick :).Your admins can easily block all wow traffic, or just have it alert them if you try and use it (as well as any kind of tunneling you might want to try to get around it).So the questions to ask yourself are1) How good are the admins in your company?2) Is it worth getting caught?2 is the big one.... if you're likely to get fired for it, don't do it. If you'd get a warning.... meh, why not? ;)
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