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Any way to circumvent my school's ports?

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My school has recently closed down a couple of its ports in an effort to discourage filesharing. As such, I can't use BitTorrent anymore, and, what's worse, I can't play any online video games.
I was wondering if there is any way around this; is there someway that I can configure it so that I can play games/ fileshare via other ports? Or am I completely screwed?
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Hi, bulhamhead. Welcome to Geeks to Go!

We can not assist you with circumventing your school's internet security measures. Neither can we offer assistance with any P2P FileSharing Software. These are contrary to the G2G Terms of Service.

Should you have any other technical needs, please come back to see us!

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