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ecalnad

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Hi I am new to the computer business, and i assure you that i will soon SURPASS YOU MWAHAHAHA. anyway my school tech people are having trouble figuring out a way to block tor.

Now listen before you say well its impossible, We have a firewall before your connect to the internet. Each individual has a separate username and password so they can keep track at what you look at.

I know it would be a huge pain to decrypt the encrypted stuff, so i am wondering does it have a spacial signature that is traceable.

Remember we have the firewall access thing, so you have to log on to get the WI-FI. I will check this forum again soon.

Please do not post if you don't know the answer. thx
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Help anyone?
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