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3-01-2011 @ 11:37AM
@IceGiven how simplistic yours sounds, they usually miss other methods like SSH tunneling and anonymizing proxies too, which at least once configured give you the option for uninterrupted browsing. I've had some success just changing the IP address of the machine too - a lot of these things are only applied on specific IPs, leaving the staff/teacher machines to go their own way but are not segregated properly at the netwokring layer to prevent a simple change from circumventing the whole thing.Major Caveat: in these ridiculous times you can get into major trouble for "hacking" even if you are doing something as simple as guessing at an unprotected path in a browser or guessing the admin password because they left it as the default (or set it to password etc.) - just because the "security" is dumb or essentially non-existent does not mean you won't get into trouble for circumventing it anyway. Common sense does not apply.
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