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Old 10-20-2010, 08:17 AM   #1
Puneet Jindal
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Cyberoam firewall problem


I need to download some youtube videos for my studies,but my university's firewall isn't permitting me to do so. Security system used is Cyberoam(UTM firewall).Can anyone tell me how to download these videos ? I tried using ultrasurf u999.exe in wine . It works, but after some time the connection is broken and I am forced to download the video again.Can anyone tell me how to get rid of this problem?
Thanks in advance.

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I need to download some youtube videos for my studies,but my university's firewall isn't permitting me to do so. Security system used is Cyberoam(UTM firewall).Can anyone tell me how to download these videos ? I tried using ultrasurf u999.exe in wine . It works, but after some time the connection is broken and I am forced to download the video again.Can anyone tell me how to get rid of this problem?
Thanks in advance.
Not only can we not, but we won't. This is not a forum to help you crack/get around security systems.

If you want Youtube videos for your studies, then I suggest you talk to your network administrators at your school, and find out how to get them.
 
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