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I hate my schools wifi at least at the campus I am on , I can't get on in any of the lounges and now I discover thay block youtube. I can understand site like youtube being blocked in the lab because those computers are for actual class work but the wifi is for students with laptops to get on the net, and laptops are not just for class work.

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laptops are not just for class work.

Are you implying porn? :P

the internet is for porn

the internet is for porn

so doubble click and grab yer dick

the internet is for porn.

my school dosnt even have wifi .. the best pc's we have in it are P$ 2ghz with 512 SDRAM

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Heres something that worked for me when I attended college, though may not be feasible depending on your colleges configuration.

1. Find a computer on campus that doesn't have the same constraints placed on it by the schools firewall or ect.

--Look in the compsci labs, helpdesk, offices ect.

--> any computer that is going to have a general logon for almost all users is best.

2. Set up a proxy (i used ccproxy) on that computer (may have to be clever and get admin privileges for this).

--configure it to boot hidden.

2.5 Enable remote connections to that computer, more likely then not you will be able to do this or it is set already.

--DOnt forget the name of the computer or IP

3. Leave computer on or connect via a remote connection and start and/or connect to proxy.

BAM! unfiltered internet.

***This worked form me and a few buddies for about 200 days, we Didn't use it for torrenting or ect. as to not draw attention to the proxy by the network admin or IT staff. We got caught during a remote session while a tech happened to be updating the software***

--Consequences can be steep for this (FYI), know your colleges policy.

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lol my new place off attendance, uses websence... y does websence even bother to release this product? (tip: know the IP of ur host).

though youtube is understandably blocked, in Aus it is mandatory to not allow users to goto it in all government building, such as skools, Youth centers, and libararies.

its pretty much becuase of Child Porn well it wasw after a CP instan that it was banned.

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its pretty much becuase of Child Porn well it wasw after a CP instan that it was banned.

what the fuck were you trying to say...

and why ban youtube because of child porn that makes no sence

In Aus there was a lot of contriversy over YouTube, a few guys in NSW (new south whales - Aus State) raped a chick and posted it all over youtube, around 50 students were caught going to the link, and about 5ish teachers, the Aus Government then decided that they would ban the use of YouTube on all there premisis.

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it's probably just because it eats alot of bandwidth

that's what i think they're going to do where i go to uni

all forms of IM and email, except from the uni's service, are blocked already anyway. As well as anything other than port 80 and 443

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its pretty much becuase of Child Porn well it wasw after a CP instan that it was banned.

what the fuck were you trying to say...

and why ban youtube because of child porn that makes no sence

In Aus there was a lot of contriversy over YouTube, a few guys in NSW (new south whales - Aus State) raped a chick and posted it all over youtube, around 50 students were caught going to the link, and about 5ish teachers, the Aus Government then decided that they would ban the use of YouTube on all there premisis.

I never did hear about what happened to those arseholes. ANy news?

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Heres something that worked for me when I attended college, though may not be feasible depending on your colleges configuration.

1. Find a computer on campus that doesn't have the same constraints placed on it by the schools firewall or ect.

--Look in the compsci labs, helpdesk, offices ect.

--> any computer that is going to have a general logon for almost all users is best.

2. Set up a proxy (i used ccproxy) on that computer (may have to be clever and get admin privileges for this).

--configure it to boot hidden.

2.5 Enable remote connections to that computer, more likely then not you will be able to do this or it is set already.

--DOnt forget the name of the computer or IP

3. Leave computer on or connect via a remote connection and start and/or connect to proxy.

BAM! unfiltered internet.

***This worked form me and a few buddies for about 200 days, we Didn't use it for torrenting or ect. as to not draw attention to the proxy by the network admin or IT staff. We got caught during a remote session while a tech happened to be updating the software***

--Consequences can be steep for this (FYI), know your colleges policy.

the wifi is the least restrictive of any connection on campus this is all campus computer reload their disk images every time thay restart so I would not be able to set up any remote stuff , also btw they all have XP home that has been crippled to varying degrees .

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