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Mad Cat MkII

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#1 12 years ago

well in school in my free periods sence none of my friends are free that period i used to go to the libary and go on some streaming websites problem is my school has blocked my regulars ik youtube.com beeks and dailymotion.com was wondering if u guys know any other good ones




AlDaja

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#2 12 years ago

At school? Hmmm…don’t know, the Fed’s have blocked access to anything fairly cool because there are a lot of gullible and impressionable young people who get preyed on by perves and pedos. – Sorry. :clueless:




SuperFantastic

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#3 12 years ago

well we use proxy server (mods if this is against the rules to talk about im sorry and remove this post) we use one called " schoolprox.com " you can then vist any blocked sites at school quite handy if you want to go on youtube




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#4 12 years ago

There are lots of free web proxies on the web, but streams you find on YouTube use Flash applets which require the source to be youtube.com (to stop hotlinking), which will be blocked.

An alternative is to use a hard proxy, which is where you tell your browser to specifically use a certain IP address running a proxy server to see the internet, but you will likely be unable to edit those sorts of settings with a lowly student account. The vast majority of hard proxies are also hideously slow too.




AlDaja

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#5 12 years ago

It also depends on the sophistication of the block (like what some uptight communistic countries use)…my son’s school district has a pretty good blocking system – that also alerts administrators to a specific user who is attempting to break the rules. I don’t know what your school has, but at the school my son attends, if you get caught trying to go around the block you can loose computer privileges for the remainder of the semester or worse, depending on the offense.




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#6 12 years ago

my school uses netop with not so intlegent "network admins" but there is one loop hole to net op you can dissable the internet exploer add-on for it how stupid of them.




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#7 12 years ago

Hey Guess What I Found! I Wanted To Buy Gold And Saw o l o o t . c o m They Have Power Leveling!




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#8 12 years ago

spam reported

edit: oh some one beat me to it lol.




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#9 12 years ago

Streaming video uses alot of bandwidth. At my highschool six years ago they could track all that stuff to a specific station at a specific time. If that was your station, it was your ass.

AOL can bypass the proxy servers. Just go find a 30 day trial somewhere. They had stacks of them at my post office last time i was there.

I also remember seeing a url encrypter. It would expand your url out using the character codes and just about 90% of the time that would be able to get through the filters.




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#10 12 years ago

yeah, proxys...please...PLEASE, dont go to myspace.

At our school, people have got'n expelled for going to myspace WAY to much.

Our school also has a "White List" not Black list :(