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nick_mi

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I'm looking for some websites like www.attackcensorship.com

I need to get by my schools website blocker(Novell prodcut) And I've used proxies before but he usually find them. Some previous ones I've used that should be up, but are blocked are

www.attackcensorship.com
http://surfshield.net/
http://ium.jp:8080/-...//www.ebay.com/


Any help? :tazz:
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dsenette

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sorry but if your school has a proxy set up to block websites...then we cannot help you get around that....

the school is offering a network/internet connection as a luxury..not a necessity..they could, by all rights, require you to pay for your own internet connection...but they offer theirs as part of being at the school...by accessing their network/internet connection..you effectively agree to all limitations and rules that they apply to that connection...therefore bypassing any proxy settings on that network violates your agreement whcih makes it illegal...

so in short...we won't help you

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Especially since one of the administrators here is a network administrator for a school.

Thread closed.

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