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Bypassing Network Firewalls

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#1 Dave 'The Rave'

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Posted 20 February 2007 - 10:44 AM

Recently the board of education has imposed a very strict website blocker, and now students are unable to go to many websites that are not related to academic school work. The most information I can give is the URL for myspace if you try to go to it.
Any help is appreciated.

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Posted 20 February 2007 - 10:49 AM

First, requesting information of this type is clearly against BC forum rules:

"No subject matter will be allowed whose purpose is to defeat existing copyright or security measures. If a user persists and/or the activity is obviously illegal the staff reserves the right to remove such content and/or ban the user."

While I deplore the restriction, I should warn you that the computers are the property of the board, and it has a legal right to restrict their use. Moreover, bypassing their measures can have serious implications, both academically as well as possible criminal charges.

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Edited by jgweed, 20 February 2007 - 07:32 PM.

Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one should be silent.

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