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 PostPost subject: BA from school        Posted: Tue Sep 30, 2008 4:14 pm 
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I can get on BA at school

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Your supposed to be studying...


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I can too - in fact I can bypass the school filters anyway, so I can access anything 8)


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I dont waste my time foruming at school nor bypassing filters... :^)


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I do, but not in lessons, instead in ICT at lunch time.


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i can access the forums at school, but some threads are blocked by their new hardware filterer (the software filer that the still use was/is crap to this day :))

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Hmm, we can access everything from goatse to 4chan at my school.
We also have cable-tv.

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If you children desperatly need around filters, http://portabletor.sourceforge.net/


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I find a SSH tunnel to my own server to be more effective, personally. Its also simple, especially if you save the default settings so you only need to double click the setting set name in PuTTYPortable, and it connects 8)


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callumh wrote:
I find a SSH tunnel to my own server to be more effective, personally. Its also simple, especially if you save the default settings so you only need to double click the setting set name in PuTTYPortable, and it connects 8)


Yeah well once they blacklist your server's IP your [censored] :P


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BA is blocked at my school, and I can access it... without bypassing the filters. :D


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i would be studying, but its my beginning computer class, so i could just sleep and still get an A, all the test are on the computer, today's test was about identifying different OS's


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I take a CISCO class in school. I can access this website just fine.

I honestly know very little about networking, despite reading the material and barely passing two online tests.

Hopefully we will do something more interesting soon. Like routers and switches and stuff. Memorizing this OSI model crap is boring.

Oh well. At least I will be certified at the end of this course and will (theoretically) be able to provide Level One support.


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Interestingly enough, my campus does not block any websites, but requires authorization [entering school id name and password] to gain access to the internet, whether Ethernet or Wireless connections. The Wireless connection, either way, is slower and is a pain to connect to, especially if you don't access any sites for over a minute.

This website, also, wasn't blocked back through my high school's network. A few sites were, however, such as Sonic Retro's Forums, because of "collective forum sharing." Isn't that the point of school? To share and collect ideas? lol. They had some pretty bad excuses as well, such as this one time I researched "Blackjack" through Google, as in the phone by Samsung. Regardless, my network believed I was searching for "Gambling-related" sites and "Pornography." Now, what if my project required me to research card games? Then what would I do [legally through the school's network without using proxies. lol]?

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i normally carry a flash drive with me a firefox on it

the software my school runs only filters IE6. i think the admins cathing on though


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Lol I can the teacher by mistake gave me an filter free account :D
Everyone else just uses proxies

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Zimmy wrote:
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I find a SSH tunnel to my own server to be more effective, personally. Its also simple, especially if you save the default settings so you only need to double click the setting set name in PuTTYPortable, and it connects 8)


Yeah well once they blacklist your server's IP your [censored] :P


Oh the joys of dynamic IPs and DDNS :P


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You know, they can filter the protocol and cut the connections off before they're actually established with the right hardware/software. The school I went to blocks SSH, VNC, RDP, Telnet, FTP, etc. all at the protocol level, or something like that. I'm no networking expert, but I know that no matter what port or server you try to connect to with these services doesn't work. Proxies, if you can find one that works, don't last for more than a day. Never tried Tor though. Probably never will because I don't attend school there anymore.


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QuiescentWonder wrote:
You know, they can filter the protocol and cut the connections off before they're actually established with the right hardware/software. The school I went to blocks SSH, VNC, RDP, Telnet, FTP, etc. all at the protocol level, or something like that. I'm no networking expert, but I know that no matter what port or server you try to connect to with these services doesn't work. Proxies, if you can find one that works, don't last for more than a day. Never tried Tor though. Probably never will because I don't attend school there anymore.


I don't think you would think this but others might so I will say right now that Tor /was not/ designed for kiddies to voliate their schools internet policy. Onion routing (which is what tor essentially does) is a process developed by the U.S. Navy for routing traffic through a series of nodes so it's almost impossiable to snoop on the data and where it orignated from. This works good for residents of countries where posting political outlash will lead you to your death (i.e.: Cuba), or accessing websites that are filtered by your government (China). Journalists reporting in the Middle East often use Tor to be able to access the news source they work for, as they're often blocked by the government. Journalists covering the Olympics would have to of used Tor if the Chinese government did not lift the blocks for visitors. Data is data, you can send all data through telnet if you want (IRC and SMTP is very fun in a telnet client) so with Tor using TLS to encrypt the contents and with Tor allowing you to switch the ports you use, it will be very hard, at the very least, for people to block it.


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I find it strange that even though at the schoo I go to, they block websites by keyword, say if you were to type ''www.imageshack.com'' for example, it would be blocked because of the word ''hack'' they can't usually block pages because of words they contain. Like some of the worse things people say here, I can still read them when at school.

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once again im talking to you guys from my school pc

i just figured out how to get cmd on computers that is blocked by the administrator

id be willing to share if anyone wants it


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once again im talking to you guys from my school pc

i just figured out how to get cmd on computers that is blocked by the administrator

id be willing to share if anyone wants it

What are you planning to do with the command prompt?

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As much I used to enjoy mucking about with the school computers, I know exactly where he is going with the cmd thing so lets leave that out of this thread.


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once again im talking to you guys from my school pc

i just figured out how to get cmd on computers that is blocked by the administrator

id be willing to share if anyone wants it


LOL. What you run "command" instead of "cmd". Run is disabled? You start up any software that has a File -> Open menu, then you browse to Windows\system32 and right click command.com and open it?


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Or the one of opening Notepad and saving a .bat file pointing to whatever program you want to open? They're all classic hacks and well-known ;) Some are even useful when you've left school (and some say you don't learn anything useful at school...), like being able to run any of the apps on the Citrix server by opening an app on there with an Open dialog and then using the right-click > Open trick to run other apps that hardly anyone has direct access via the Citrix client too, or that the maximum number of simultaneous users has been reached for :P

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