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Bypassing corporate site bans


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I'm looking to setup a "work around" for members on my site who cannot reach us through corporate networks anymore. I have quite a few IPs and domains to play with, and quite a few methods come to mind ... but I was wondering if any Haklings have experience in this area ... specifically, which method(s) are most effective.

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It shoulds like he's trying to get people access to his website because its been banned. Most proxy's work on a URL black list for blocking, so if you have another domain which is completely different and you use that also for your website it may work, as that domain will hopefully not be in the black list.

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Just wondering if you could use a dynDNS account to get passed this, ie register a backup domian for the site and use that at work. As long as nothing on the site is hard linked and the IP isn't blocked, it might work quite well.

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How about just setting up SSL on your website?

There not going to allow SSL if the site is blocked in non-encrypted communication.

Thats like locking the front door and leaving the large window beside it wide open.

Ok.

Well just tell them to use some web-proxy.

http://www.ninjaproxy.com/

http://www.pimpmyip.com/

http://www.freeproxy.ru/en/free_proxy/cgi-proxy.htm

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I'm looking to setup a "work around" for members on my site who cannot reach us through corporate networks anymore. I have quite a few IPs and domains to play with, and quite a few methods come to mind ... but I was wondering if any Haklings have experience in this area ... specifically, which method(s) are most effective.

I'm just curious, why is your site banned? I run a Sonicwall TZ170 at work and have found that it blocks things that it says has no rating. What's your URL, I'd love to see how the content filter here handles it.

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These sites only work to the point where your system admin notices your visiting your own website alot viewing proxy.php alot. With a rather suspicous long string
True. But it's not usually called proxy.php and the string can be base64 encoded and so on. But if your admin is watching the network like a hawk you're screwed either way.
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