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jo2995
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It always says "this website is listed under 'such and such'" and requests an admin username and password to bypass it.

lolz... I don't have the guts to really do it, but its nice to know.

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Would I just use one of the loophole websites?

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Why should we help you do something that could possibly be illegal for you? Sorry, but we don't usually try to help people access their porn sites from their workplace or school or whatever. And if it's a website that's "legitimate", get the network admins to unblock it.

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I have the same problem. I'm not trying to get to any bad sites, it just won't let me go to many places, wikipedia for instance. And the person in charge of the network does not come to my school.

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Any help?

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It always says "this website is listed under 'such and such'" and requests an admin username and password to bypass it.


lolz... I don't have the guts to really do it, but its nice to know.

well it is nice to know but some times you don't want to know

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reederda
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well it is nice to know but some times you don't want to know

What does that mean?

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reederda
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Did you read the whole thread? I was asking a legitimate question, so you have no right to shut me up. Go clean your mouth with some detergent as well.

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You've posted a request to be provided information on how to subvert a web filter.

This implies you are using a network controlled by someone else. Now you either have hijacked that access, or you are a user that has been provided access for a specific reason. In either case the owner of the network has decided to control where you go on their network.

Requesting information on how to subvert that is a clear attempt to violate the terms of use the owner of the network has set forth.

If you have a legitimate need, seek the appropriate organizational channels to have the offending blocks removed.

In several other threads on this site it has been suggested that the community here is unwilling to assist you or any other party in subverting legitimate safeguards placed by administrators of the network upon which you are a guest.

If you really need to get around the filter, get up pack your things travel to your domicile and log on to the network YOU own and YOU pay for...

Otherwise seek assistance at any one of the hacker sites... just have your virus definitions up to date, and your firewall set up to protect you...

Oh and by the way your administrator probably already blocked those sites... so you;ll have to head home to continue your research...

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ok. everyone quit being gay about it. hes probably just trying to get on to a music site, like me. schools are real strict about it, and some people want to listen to music while doing their work so they dont fall asleep. So if your going to take the time to try to answer the question dont be a douche about it.

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What you consider your right is in actuality a privilege. Its not your right to use a system administrated by others as you see fit. The access is provided for a specific purpose.

If you want to listen to music and the music site is banned, go buy 3G card from any of the wireless providers and knock yourself out.

Or maybe even use an mp3 player or other personal listening device instead of chewing up the available bandwidth using an unapproved application.

The bottom line is its not your network. You have access based on a user agreement. Its your right to not agree and in so doing not access the network for the resources it provides.

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What you consider your right is in actuality a privilege. Its not your right to use a system administrated by others as you see fit. The access is provided for a specific purpose.

If you want to listen to music and the music site is banned, go buy 3G card from any of the wireless providers and knock yourself out.

Or maybe even use an mp3 player or other personal listening device instead of chewing up the available bandwidth using an unapproved application.

The bottom line is its not your network. You have access based on a user agreement. Its your right to not agree and in so doing not access the network for the resources it provides.

he my company is good so far how have ya'll been doing

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ok. everyone quit being gay about it. hes probably just trying to get on to a music site, like me. schools are real strict about it, and some people want to listen to music while doing their work so they dont fall asleep. So if your going to take the time to try to answer the question dont be a douche about it.

No.

Go buy an mp3 player. Schools are strict about it because streaming media burns up tons of bandwidth and the reality is if everyone could do it, they would, and then you wouldn't be able to use the internet at all (much less listen to music with it) because there isn't enough bandwidth to go around.

Do your homework, grade 9 is no less important than any other grade in high school kiddie.

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i agree, if you want to listent o music the bring an ipod or mp3 player, OR have it unblocked, there are many reasons why its blocked, and trying to bypass it is illegal in most cases.

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Since when did people on forums care about BS laws like those? Idc if I'm violating any terms of use, at school they give me a MacBook to work on, and I didn't sign any terms of use for anything other than damage repair costs etc. So why wont you people just tell us. It's not like you're a bunch of rule abiding saints, in fact it's probably the opposite. ˚_˚

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Also maybe people dont have an iPod or an MP3 player or the money or are allowed to get a 3G card! Maybe you should consider stuff!

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Since when did people on forums care about BS laws like those

there are all sorts of sites that will tell you, this is not one of them ,sorry

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your gonna have to find a site that has a loop hole ive been trying to get around it but its almost impossible an we came here for u to tell us how to get this off not to tell us if what we doing was right or not

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Seriously, Why not just thell the kids. It's a lesson that needs to be learned if they get into trouble.

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OK, closing this thread now...

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