I'm not sure if I trust webproxy sites. I've used one before, and tried to use it again a few days later, and firefox gave me a warning that it was flagged as potentially risky... They seem like ...shady to me... if that makes sense haha.
I first used ping and then just using the IP address but my teacher figured it out after 1 month (hes not bright) so now I use a proxy and every time he blocks one I just use another there is a never ending number of them so soon he will just give in and I will be better than him lol
Yes; you and me both matey! I wasn't liked much at school lol, although you'll no doubt be popular for being able to get people onto facebook, up their printer credits, shut down the server, change homework dates etc - it spreads real quick and some bright spark will of course end up reporting it.
Not fun lol, the key thought would be to change your method frequently so if anyone did try and stop you by the time they found out what you were doing and blocked it you had already changed.
I think this thread has gone on far too long. It was questionable to begin with, and it's turned into "Why I can't wait to surf for pr0n until I get home from school."
If you're at school, and they don't want you surfing, give it up. In case you haven't realized it yet, everything you do at school gets LOGGED, and it's just a matter of time before you get caught. Bypassing filters/proxies isn't that difficult to begin with, so if you haven't figured it out by now, either find someone at school who knows how, or wait until you get home from school to read your MySpace/FaceBook/whatever pages.
Flames by script kiddie wannabes will be diverted to /dev/null, so save your breath..
Most filters will block downloads mate, although we all did this while at school - your intentions are questionable.
Although most schools log usage; they may turn a blind eye to the occasional site - mainly as they have more important things to deal with. But downloading files to a school pc is something else entirely.
It's good to see someone taking such an interest in IT, and it's proberbly one of the best ways you'll learn. Just be careful, think about it first and don't go to far as they'll only take so much.
well... im not really a IT tech or nothin im just a teen that has done this stuff before...
i go to a school that has a very tight networking system (mainly ocz there rich and they can afford it) anyway the most eaisest and simplest is to access website like myscape and facebook. etc. is by goin through there secure server.
so for example if u were to type in: http://www.facebook.com
it would b blocked but because they have a secure server ur a good as in
just put a 's' after http so it'kk look soming like this : https://www.facebook.com and thn just confirm the certificate and ur in. i never really bother with this mainly because you have to do this to every page. There are other more complicated ways like setting up ur on linux as A BYPASS server, but i doubt u really wanna know bout that ;)
anyway hope that helped and srry about the spelling i've been learning french for 4 hours
I've tried all those things, except for a tunneler. I might not try that though. That seems a little too forceful to me. There are a couple of other possibilities though, that are unique to my specific situation.
Most (pretty much all) of these proxies provided in the above do not work for DansGuardian. I'd really like to find something that would work. I would switch to some type of drive or something but I'd rather not waste my money and time on something that might not even work for this case senario..Some of us need to band together and create something high tech..something that can bypass any problems we have now...in addition https://www.kproxy.com works for DansGuardian on some websites...