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Need Help to access MSN from school!


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#1 Sp1d3r

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Posted 17 June 2005 - 06:15 AM

Right at school we are not allowed to get on msn, and they have IP blocked MSN2GO ect... and i need someone to give me a link or a download for school which is not very big to let me go on msn and also i need to be able to hide it on a school account which isnt a Admin or Teacher account. Please Hellp ASAP!

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Posted 18 June 2005 - 12:32 AM

The school administration blocked MSN for one of many good reasons: it is additional non-educational bandwidth, it is difficult to maintain its security, and it interferes with the educational process, which is the function of the school in the first place.
Asking for help bypassing a school's block can subject you to academic proceedings from the school administration, perhaps to legal penalties for hacking your school's network, and is most importantly commiting a immoral act. Since you are trying to hide what you are doing, I assume you understand this.
BC will not condone this kind of practice, nor will it allow anyone to abet this kind of project.

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