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    Now, I'm not meaning to bust on the suggestions of others, but I don't think JAP or any proxy will really do a good job, since mnchur is inside the school network ( or at least thats how I read the post ) so the request for a site, even if thru a proxy, has to cross the network first, before going out on the internet. Getting back in the good graces of the admin is probably still the best route,
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    Buy them a six pack

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    thanks nihil i will put them to good use i think i may start a cluster project soon......
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    mnchur:
    It _is_ their network. Learn to play nicely and you will continue to have free access. Don't and they have every right to look over your shoulder or shut you off.

    With the state of things on the net now, I don't blame the sys admins for a healthy dose of paranoia. That's what keeps networks running ...

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    Originally posted here by Syini666
    blablabla, but I don't think JAP or any proxy will really do a good job, since mnchur is inside the school network ( or at least thats how I read the post ) so the request for a site, even if thru a proxy, has to cross the network first, before going out on the internet.
    Nope.. JAP is a proxy on localhost wich sends ALL it's information encrypted !!
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    Very Good Point

    Originally posted here by Syini666
    Now, I'm not meaning to bust on the suggestions of others, but I don't think JAP or any proxy will really do a good job, since mnchur is inside the school network ( or at least thats how I read the post ) so the request for a site, even if thru a proxy, has to cross the network first, before going out on the internet. Getting back in the good graces of the admin is probably still the best route,


    Would anyone try to hide from Admin?

    That to me is a miserable existance.

    Make nice with SYSADMIN bro!



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    Yeah I agree with the general crowd. Don't try to sneak around the net admins. They usually don't mind what you do unless you are using tons of bandwidth or setting up file, web, or ftp servers. But one thing that is the same with all admins (believe me I know them) they enjoy banning a bad user more than anything. And once you are off, they won't let you on for a very long time.

    One thing that I do though, our school has blocked many net commands on the main server, so I SSH to our engineering lab or an old bbs and work out from there. It is from a terminal, but it gets the job done. You can probobly find an old BBS program out there with a free membership and then use PUTTY for your SSH client.

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    man turn to linux asap..... they wont be able to monitore u so easily
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    Originally posted here by maxim_86ualb2
    they wont be able to monitor u so easily
    Funny... I can remember listening to a old sci-fi radio show that was made sometime back in the 1950/60s or so which had years later had been converted from a old recording to a MP3. Either that or it was all just a good spoof, atleast the poor sound quality made it sound old but anyways... they said the same thing only about little green men and how they are unable to monitor us very easily when we wear our tin-foil hats.

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    Hi

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    I am sure that it is my total moronity?.............but might the MP9 be more influential than the foil hat?

    Just a newbie question.....but I could not find the answer in the FAQs

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