January 7th, 2003, 01:38 PM
I need help with a weblock in my high school. We run off NT 4.0 and almost all the sites I try to visit have shown up as blocked, ex: one of my favorites, 2600. Does anyone know how to find the file that can allow access to this site through NT 4?
The company of the blocking system is Sentian GenBlock. If searched tediously for the file that contains the iformation pertaining to program. Can someone please tell me were I can find the freakin file? And how I can manipulate it to allow me to access my sites?
Heh heh I wont lie, Im a noob to hacking...so any help would be great
If you need any information on the copany... I can probally dig up some files and post em, just let me know.
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January 7th, 2003, 02:00 PM
January 7th, 2003, 02:03 PM
One thing.. SECURITY SITE !!!!
please remove this post.. We do not help hack..
If you want to view them, talk to the admin or surf somwhere else !!
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January 7th, 2003, 04:44 PM
Originally posted here by tampabay420
I recently wrote a Perl script that relays html from another server. The code was easy and the idea is simple...
Do you think that this kind of tool would be more trouble than it’s worth? I was thinking about opening this tool to the public. It would be useful for those who are blocked from viewing some certain sites, etc… Of course, I wouldn’t want it to be completely over run by high school students trying to download some script (I’m sure there are a lot of other things I wouldn’t want people to do with it). You have to remember that it is only HTML, no graphics or files would be relayed… This way I don’t really have to worry about pr0n and other such nasty things…
Your thoughts / ideas / comments are welcome and appreciated :-)
yeah, I\'m gonna need that by friday...