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hi, my connection at university prevents me from using bit torrent and imesh (and any other p2p software for that matter). do you know of anyways i can get around this blocking (tried a http tunnel, but i'm not really too sure how they work).
any response would be appreciated, thanks guys ^_^
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We cannot help you get around security measures put in place by your university. They have the restrictions in place for a reason. We also do no assist with peer to peer file sharing issues and advise strongly against using them...they put you on the fast track for infection by any number of malicious software.

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