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Old 12-11-2009, 12:04 AM   #1
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My boss is trying to install Squint to monitor Bandwidth usage and who is using much bandwidth so is there any way i can bypass that squint thing on the proxy server
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Your boss is installing it for a reason and it appears to me that you are one of those reasons, since you are looking for ways to bypass it. If it's put in place by your management then you should respect their intentions. If on the other hand you want to bypass it, may I suggest seeking information elsewhere since it's stated in the LQ Rules that no information on instructions in relation to hacking and cracking will be accepted and consequentially removed.

Good luck in your search,

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