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in my skool http is blocked n i can't browse(not even a single page) but i can use IMs with socks4 proxy n all the stuffs that support socks4 works fine but not http . i wanna know how can i browse????
plz plzz plzzz help me out
Zero, I believe that would be classified as "cracking" here.
And not many people here are very friendly towards circumventing systems security.
I'm not either, but for information's sake:
I will tell you that what you'll want to be looking at is IP tunnelling. But I won't tell you how, or where to look.
They obviously have it disabled for a reason, and you'll get in trouble if it's a state school for "misuse" of the equipment. Keep this in mind when you try to get around the network administrator's limitations.
And another thing -- learn to type and spell, while you're at school trying to crack the security for your own personal uses... otherwise people really will start to think you're "zero_kewl".
you'll get in trouble if it's a state school for "misuse" of the equipment. Keep this in mind when you try to get around the network administrator's limitations.
i remember, i was banned from using school computers in years 9 and 10(1996 to 1998), because i repeatedly circumvented the sysadmins security. i never wanted to do anything harmful, i just wanted to prove i could do it. my god, thats almost 8 years ago, i feel old now.
i think i have to agree with tricky though, i cant see any good coming from me or anyone else helping you. im surprised he didnt close the thread.