October 7th, 2003, 08:32 PM
aim express websight
Does anyone kno how i could make my own mirrow sight of http://toc.oscar.aol.com/aimexpress/ae.html so i could use aim behind a firewall?
October 7th, 2003, 09:30 PM
Let me guess, an admin at your location (I'm guess school) blocks access to the site? If that's the case, they do it for a reason so don't try to fight it. If it's not, explain why you need this, and maybe we can give you some ideas.
October 7th, 2003, 10:30 PM
actually i was reading the post on here about how im services work and i had been interested in it before, and that just reminded me of it, and i thougth of that as a use for it, it doesnt necessarly have to be from behind a fire wall, that was just one use that i thougth of for it, becuase my gf works at a daycare that cant access that sight, and no, its not for school because i can access the above sight from there. I was experimenting with it earlier today, and i think its really interesting and dont understand how to do it myself. So i asked for help.
October 8th, 2003, 12:54 AM
" that was just one use that i thougth of for it, becuase my gf works at a daycare that cant access that sight"
So essentially you want to get help so you can impress your girlfriend with your techniques to dodge admin rights and such. Well, like stated before, they are there for a reason, and most admins arent a big fan of chat programs that you can connect and insert malicious programs right onto the computer.
Release a bomb filled with Ritalin and Pharmacy death. Keep the rich above in the hills where the impact will not reach them. Then go for the ironic statement and call it a cure for pollution.
October 8th, 2003, 01:16 AM
I did this all the time at my m.s and now at my h.s.
Go to http://www.webattack.com they shouldnt block that sight. Search for aim and download it from that sight.
When you are installing tell the install that you are connected through a LAN.
Once it is installed open up aim click setup. In the form to the left click on Sign on/off. Then click connection. Choose connecting through proxy. Im guessing you are behind an HTTP proxy if so click that one. Enter in your host and the port you are connecting through. You can usually find that through (internet explorer/tools/internet options/connections/LAN settings) the address is the host. Type that in to the aim proxy config and sign on.
Not to be rude but its usually N2H2 Bess that blocks access to sites it thinks we shouldnt look at. But they are so stupid considering you can always browse using a cgiproxy which bypasses that N2H2 piece of junk.
Let me guess, an admin at your location (I'm guess school) blocks access to the site?
October 8th, 2003, 07:52 PM
it looks like everybodys missing the point here, i'm def not trying to impress, anyone, i was just stating what made me think of it, thanks for the info mikem0327, but i dont want to install the program. I am just interested in figuring out how to make a copy of that website.
October 8th, 2003, 11:13 PM
I guess you could copy the html and download the pictures from that page and paste it in notepad. Save that as .htm or .html.
October 9th, 2003, 02:43 AM
that wont work cause it uses frames or somethin, but i was experimenting with blackwidow, but i coundnt get it to download the files, then i tried teleport pro and i got a lot of .class files, but it seems that i'm missing a few, and i dont kno how to get them
October 9th, 2003, 10:48 PM
any one have any suggestions?
October 9th, 2003, 11:10 PM
If you notice that all the URL below are not finished. They all need a string.. such as "http://toc.oscar.aol.com/aimexpress/" before them inorder for this to work. If you find thr write URL then just put the code below with your revisions on you page.
<APPLET NAME="TIC" CODE="aimexp.common.TIC.class" ARCHIVE="aimexpress.jar,support.jar" WIDTH="220" HEIGHT="350">
<PARAM name="AuthPort" value="29999">
<PARAM NAME="cabinets" VALUE="aimexpress.cab,support.cab">
<PARAM NAME="PREFLIGHT" value="TakeOff">
<PARAM NAME="HelpFilesURL" value="http://toc.oscar.aol.com/aimexpress/help/$1.htm">
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or IE, and the AIM Express still doesn't show up, making sure you have Java
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