Im on my school network how do i get past the filters

Discussion in 'Computers and The Internet' started by Cory Hoversten, Jan 12, 2005.

  1. im on a school network and i am blocked from gmail and hotmail and i cant go to any websites regarding games or anything of that nature however i can go to any one know how to get past these filters it only says access denied and the page doesnt load there is also a filter called St bernard well anyhelp getting past this would be cool
    the teachers think we cant IM but i found a program called gaim that will use msn ok thanks
  2. Trotsky311

    Trotsky311 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    oh you kids and your school networks.

    what you're wanting to do, is disguise your traffic. you can't go to, but you may be able to get to or a similiar proxy. your traffic will go to guardster, and it goes to the game site. all your school filters see is traffic going to the proxy. not the game site.

    consider yourself extremely blessed. when i went to HS, we had to use our nerd powers just to get to the internet.
  3. Soulless||Chaos

    Soulless||Chaos SelfInducedExistence

    Also, if all else fails, you can try using translation services such as babelfish or whatever... :D
  4. JohnnyATL

    JohnnyATL Banned

    At our school you can press ctrl-shift-F to open the fortress password promp and then you can figure it out
  5. juicy_redgirl

    juicy_redgirl Daphney

    Schools actually do that?

    At my school the only thing stopping a person from accessing their email accounts and such was the librarian.
  6. Trotsky311

    Trotsky311 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    his is probably server side filtering, so he's not going to be able to just turn it off from his computer.
  7. thanks alot man i dont know if it will work yet im at home i have tried to go to anonymous browsers before but it never worked i did a google search on it and all the sites where blocked
  8. Trotsky311

    Trotsky311 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    i think in gmail's settings, you can setup your mail to be forwarded. to a school account or something you can get to. also, gmail and hotmail support pop3, so you might be able to configure outlook or something to get to them.
  9. Shockw4ve

    Shockw4ve Member

  10. turnthepage

    turnthepage Member

    When I was in school they were so worried about me accessing the internet that they didnt even invent it until after I graduated!
  11. i tried guardster but it says acces denied what should i do any one know how to do http tunnleing ??
  12. Soulless||Chaos

    Soulless||Chaos SelfInducedExistence

    Try going to like babelfish or something, and translating guardster.... It may work... :D
  13. i tried the gaurdster didnt work thanks though
  14. oops double post
  15. or org?
  16. Trotsky311

    Trotsky311 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

  17. Lodui

    Lodui One Man Orgy

    find a nice proxy... thats the easiest way.

    try this one.

    If its something on the server, you'll either have to find a proxy or disable it from the server, which would be tricky, and could get you into trouble.

    My high school just used some crappy software... all you had to do was get into safemode with networking to shut it off.

    or just go into step by step and turn everrything on but the filter.

    I'd stick with a proxy.
  18. xaosflux

    xaosflux Sysop Lifetime Supporter


    your first step is to figure out where your being blocked, is it something running on your computer, an internal proxy server, or a firewall type device.
  19. balko

    balko Member

    Dude, the best way (Really if it's BESS. Oh man it's a pain...all images are 'porn' right away...) only works on secure sites...add the 's' to the 'http' to make it secure: https://....

    Yeah, I did that for my gmail and was emailing the school tech computer dude during class. It was funny.

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