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Is there a way to block webspy at work?

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One af the punks at my work tracks the internet use with WebSpy. Is there anything that can be done so it looks like I'm not on the net even if I am? Basically anyway to "pimp" the system.

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When you use someones network you agree to follow the terms and conditions as set by the network administrator.
I don't think you'll get much help to circumvent network security and monitoring at your place of work.

Edited by ZEUS_GB, 09 May 2006 - 03:32 AM.

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Closing topic. As Zeus said, you have a responsibility to follow the rules of the workplace. We are unable to help you bypass the monitoring.

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