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    ******Bypass Web Censorship******

    *********************THIS TUTORIAL BELONGS TO THE SPIDER***********************************************

    IT IS MEANT ONLY FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES AND I DO NOT TAKE RESPONSIBILTY FOR ANYTHING ILLEGAL YOU DO ****************************************************************************************************

    THIS DOCUMENT AND ITS OBJECTIVES

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    In the last 10 years the Internet grew very, very fast. It is a bunch of thousands of little networks put together. Billion computers are connected and it is basically not controlled or even owned by a government or company. There are no laws, everybody can put his webpages online which can be accessed by everybody on the world who is sitting in front of a computer with Internet access. I believe that this can and will change the world as we know it today.
    But there are several governments who think that this unlimited access to information is dangerous for their citizens. These are for example Oman, China, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Cuba, Jordan, Tunisia, Burma, Singapore, Uzbekistan, Yemen, Kuwait, Vietnam, Syria, Iran, United Arab Emirates and parts of Africa. and even in countries like Australia, Switzerland and in some parts of Germany they censor websites. This ranks from a very easy to circumvent DNS blocking of only 2 Nazi sites in parts of Germany to a government office with 30.000 employees only working in blocking thousands of websites, services and ports in China.
    Though the blocking methods are different there are also different ways to bypass them. I will try to show you how to access the website of Amnesty International, BBC, Google and other blocked sites in your country. I made this website in very basic HTML, so that you can even view it with a very old computer. Please share this information, link the site, copy it, mirror it, print it (I didn't "hide" any links, so that no link is lost when you print it) and teach your friends and relatives!

    More info: http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Censorship_in_cyberspace

    I live in the Sultanate Of Oman, an Arab country where the law is pretty tough. Being a very small coutry, very few people actually get away with breaking the law. As far as cybercrime is concerned, Oman does not have clear guidelines for punishment, but as Im not a national (Im an indian actually), i can get kicked out of the country within no time if Im caught doin somethin weird.
    Oman follows a strict programme of web censorship. It blocks all Pornography or Hacker related weblinks using some Censorship Combo.
    Not being able to visit the Hacker Sites and obtaining the latest exploits and security related stuff makes life tough for me
    If you live in the USA or countries like that which thankfully dont give a damn about what goes on at the cyberspace(unless noone's hurt), you probably dont need this but if you are working at an office where a bunch of authoritarian suckers like the fellows at Oman Telecommunications are making ife miserable for you as well, read on..

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    DNS CENSORING AND HOW TO TEAR IT

    Many ISPs use DNS Censoring. But You can counter this.
    DNS or Domain Name System is the method used to assign user-friendly names to websites. In reality, theres nothing like www.rhino.acme.com. Its just a pseudo name for a computer (or a network) which actually named 102.54.94.97 on the internet. Same applies for hotmail.com, antionline.com etc etc.
    When you type in www.rhino.acme.com in the address bar of your web-browser, your web-browser sends a request to the DNS Program of your ISP to find the IP Address of www.rhino.acme.com . If the DNS Server cannot find the address in its database, it sends a request to a bigger DNS Server somewhere int the world and if found, it updates its database so that it doesnt have to consult the bigger DNS Server for the same query again. If the address is not found
    in the bigger DNS server also, it sends the request to The Main DNS Server somewhere in the USA which stores all available addresses. The 2nd DNS Server updates its database and sends the result to the DNS Server of your ISP which then sends it back to you.
    Now, suppose your ISP wants to block www.rhino.acme.com, it will program its server not to send you the IP Address of rhino.acme.com. Without the Ip address your browser cannot connect to rhino.acme.com .

    To counter the DNS Censoring, you can use these alternate NON-Censoring DNS-Servers.
    Just goto these sites and enter the name of your website (e.g. www.rhino.acme.com) and it will give you the IP address (i.e 102.54.94.97)

    Here is a list of Non-censoring DNS-Servers:

    dns2.de.net - 194.246.96.49 (Frankfurt, Germany)
    ns1.de.eu.orsn.net - 217.146.139.5 (Hildesheim, Germany)
    resolver.netteam.de - 193.155.207.61 (Alfter-Impekoven, Germany)
    sunic.sunet.se - 192.36.125.2 (Stockholm, Sweden)
    master.ns.dns.be - 193.109.126.140 (Leuven, Belgium)
    ns1.lu.eu.orsn.net - 195.206.104.98 (Belvaux, Luxembourg)
    merapi.switch.ch - 130.59.211.10 (Zurich, Switzerland)
    prades.cesca.es - 192.94.163.152 (Barcelona, Spain)
    michael.vatican.va - 212.77.0.2 (Vatican City, Italy)
    dns.inria.fr - 193.51.208.13 (Nice, France)
    ns0.ja.net - 128.86.1.20 (London, UK)
    nic.aix.gr - 195.130.89.210 (Athens, Greece)
    ns.ati.tn - 193.95.66.10 (Tunis, Tunisia)
    ns1.relcom.ru - 193.125.152.3 (Moscow, Russia)
    trantor.umd.edu - 128.8.10.14 (College Park, MD, USA)
    ns1.berkeley.edu - 128.32.136.9 (Berkeley, CA, USA)
    merle.cira.ca - 64.26.149.98 (Ottawa, Canada)
    ns2.dns.br - 200.19.119.99 (Sao Paulo, Brasil)
    ns2.gisc.cl - 200.10.237.14 (Santiago, Chile)
    ns.uvg.edu.gt - 168.234.68.2 (Guatemala, Guatemala)
    ns1.retina.ar - 200.10.202.3 (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
    ns.unam.mx - 132.248.253.1 (Mexico City, Mexico)
    ns.wide.ad.jp - 203.178.136.63 (Osaka, Japan)
    ns.twnic.net - 192.83.166.11 (Taipei, Taiwan)
    ns3.dns.net.nz - 203.97.8.250 (Wellington, New Zealand)
    box2.aunic.net - 203.202.150.20 (Melbourne, Australia)


    It's also possible to act as a manual DNS server by yourself.
    Just use the ping or traceroute service on a non censoring machine to get the IP of your desired server. Then use the IP instead of the URL in your browser. You will always get an IP, but it won't work every time to access the website via the IP, because a lot of webhosters host up to 500 or more websites on one server with one IP. But it will work fine with bigger websites.

    http://195.193.168.164/ - Rotterdam, Netherlands (JAVA VISUALROUTE)

    http://202.85.153.198:8080/ - Hong Kong (JAVA VISUALROUTE)

    https://www.velia.net/tools/traceroute.php - Hanau, Germany (HTTPS encrypted)

    http://www.traceroute-gateways.com/ - About 1000 public ping/traceroute gateways sorted by country

    http://www.traceroute.org/ - Another list with public ping/traceroute services sorted by country
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    Using a non censoring proxy server

    You can put a proxy server between your Internet connection and the site you want to visit. You send your request for a special website to that proxy server, which request the page from the Internet and deliver it to you. Normally, those servers cache the requested pages, so that on the next request he can deliver the page directly from the cache. That would be faster and cheaper. We use those servers to bypass censorship. For the eyes/computers of our ISP/Government we are only connecting to the proxy, they can't easily see, that we are connecting to a "bad site". But sometimes the standard proxy ports (80, 1080, 3128 and 8080) are blocked. In that case you have to use the proxies that are listening on an uncommon port.

    More info: http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proxy_server

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    Standard proxy

    Standard Proxies you can find everywhere on the net. Almost every provider offer a proxy for their customers. Here are a few, its in the widely spread "hostnameort" format. These proxies are mostly not anonymous!

    Some ISPs might block certain common proxy ports like 80, 1080, 3128 and 8080 to prevent circumvention you have to use proxies that are listening on a uncommon port. For example 8000 for the Junkbuster proxy or 6588 for the AnalogX proxy. You get a weekly updated list of Proxies that are listening on a non standard port here: http://www.zensur.freerk.com/list.txt


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    ns.spy.or.jp 8080
    host.gaoka-hs.bunkyo.tokyo.jp 80
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    styx.gateway-tech.com 80
    bread.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
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    pluto.plinet.com 3128
    condor.hama-med.ac.jp 8081
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    crash.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
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    ct-nt-02.cybertelecom.com.br 8080
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    keeper.albertc.on.ca 8080
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    ns1.souken.co.jp 8080
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    www.ikuei-sp.ac.jp 7080
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    salt.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
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    camoes.rnl.ist.utl.pt 8001
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    gkt.giken.co.jp 8080
    bill.ostrabo.uddevalla.se 8080
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    vivaldi.dwelle.de 80
    rnacmor2.rnac.or.jp 8080
    proxy.isnet.or.jp 8000
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    ns.rcedu.kyushu-u.ac.jp 80
    199.172.226.197 8080
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    krunk2.xmission.com 8000
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    www.fhd-stuttgart.de 3128
    www.cjc.ac.jp 8080
    webtme.tomen-ele.co.jp 8080
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    namesv1.secnet.co.jp 8080
    meteora.amadagp.co.jp 80
    malt.rcnst.u-tokyo.ac.jp 8080
    mail1.epdc.co.jp 8080
    magfw.meitetsu.co.jp 80
    la.kaic.ac.jp 8080
    kinka.gifu-kyoiku.ac.jp 8080
    kasayama.tchs.ac.jp 80
    ipshome-gw.adbrain.co.jp 8080
    ips-gw.hcom.co.jp 8080
    inetsv1.kawashima-jhs.kawashima.gifu.jp 80
    ics3f.s.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics3f.og.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics3f.n.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics3f.m.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics3f.hh.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics3f.h.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics3f.do.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics3f.d.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics3f.b.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics2f.s.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics2f.ol.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics2f.og.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics2f.n.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics2f.m.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics2f.l.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics2f.hh.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics2f.h.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics2f.f.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics2f.d.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics2f.b.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics1f.ol.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics1f.og.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics1f.n.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics1f.m.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics1f.l.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics1f.hh.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics1f.f.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics1f.do.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics1f.d.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics1f.b.srv.t-online.de 80
    icp9.servers.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
    icp7.servers.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
    icp6.servers.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
    icp5.servers.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
    icp4.servers.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
    icp3.servers.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
    icp2.servers.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
    icp1.servers.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
    icp0.servers.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
    hyg-gw.hyo-med.ac.jp 8080
    hitp-gw.hitp.ac.jp 8080
    hermes.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
    hal.calc.k12.la.us 8080
    gatekeeper.ci.slc.ut.us 8080
    fw2.n-sogo.co.jp 8080
    fw.yoshida-g.ac.jp 8080
    double-panic.lut.ac.uk 8080
    dns.jicnet.or.jp 8080
    cumin.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
    crio.dnj.ynu.ac.jp 8080
    comicen.cis.iwate-it.ac.jp 80
    cntdb.cnts.himeji-tech.ac.jp 80
    cardnet.stark.k12.oh.us 8080
    cairo.osu.ac.jp 8080
    albany.jrc.net.au 80
    kinka.ha.shotoku.ac.jp 8080
    ecarh29c.nortel.ca 8080
    cproxy1.justice.gc.ca 8080
    proxy.satsuma.ne.jp 80
    ns2.cmpu.net 8080
    ibuki.ha.shotoku.ac.jp 80
    proxy.josai.ac.jp 8080
    www.tmd.ac.jp 8080
    mars.netspire.com.sg 8080
    ics1F.KL.srv.t-online.de 80
    www.triton.ad.jp 80
    ose.numazu-ct.ac.jp 8080
    gemini.chall.ne.jp 8080
    nexus-1.flash.net 8080
    cache-00.tor.acc.ca 80
    210.161.120.81 8080
    ns1.elp.rr.com 8080
    proxye1-atm.midsouth.rr.com 8080
    ns1.oda.go.jp 8080
    nikkansp.nikkansports.co.jp 8080
    proxye1-atm.maine.rr.com 8080
    nws-7000.lbm.go.jp 8080
    hamster.slip.net 8080
    sanan.com.br 8080
    adamgate.adamnet.co.jp 8080
    proxye3-atm.midsouth.rr.com 8080
    magicall2.dacom.co.kr 8080
    squid.mutugoro.or.jp 3128
    proxy.cslouis-hemon.qc.ca 8080
    msv.jmsis.co.jp 8080
    lip.kobe-kosen.ac.jp 8080
    host1.2106216.gcn.net.tw 80
    210.161.93.12 8080
    210.163.132.10 80
    lilac1.hmjc.ac.jp 8080
    ixproxy1.telia.net 8080
    210.161.93.14 8080
    210.160.149.51 8080
    prefetch-atm.nycap.rr.com 8080
    doris.jiop.fi 8080
    www.dna.affrc.go.jp 10080
    dns.lambda.co.jp 8080
    157.193.40.5 8080
    saffron.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
    caren.akimedia.or.jp 8080
    proxye3-atm.elp.rr.com 8080
    proxy.chuo-shoka.ac.jp 8080
    prefetch-atm.midsouth.rr.com 8080
    gossamer.ksu.ksu.edu 8080
    gateway.kwantlen.bc.ca 80
    caraway.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
    basil.acr.net.au 8080
    proxyb2-atm.san.rr.com 8080
    proxy1.naec.go.jp 8080
    proxy.esu10.k12.ne.us 8080
    ik0102.i-kyushu.or.jp 8080
    alien.syscom-net.co.jp 80
    abchost.abc.co.jp 8080
    mdb-wwws1.city.Chitose.Hokkaido.jp 8080
    proxy.systex.com.tw 8080
    pasteur.tpu.fi 8080
    linux.kcg.gov.tw 8080
    www.nichigai.co.jp 8080
    www.ink.or.jp 8080
    sorrel.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
    proxy.pipemedia.net 8080
    primary.osaka-pct.ac.jp 80
    ns.idn.co.th 8080
    ipshome-gw.e-press.co.jp 8080
    ics1F.H.srv.t-online.de 80
    hassaleh.tdb.uu.se 8080
    gatekeeper.nissuicon.co.jp 8080
    dufay.nichigai.co.jp 8080
    zeus.jiu.ac.jp 8080
    www.jvnet.or.jp 8080
    www.justnet.or.jp 80
    www.cuc.ac.jp 8080
    www.ccpc.com.tw 80
    www.APEL.NE.JP 8080
    webcache.gw.uiuc.edu 80
    webcache.dial.pipex.com 3128
    ultraman.pse.res.titech.ac.jp 8080
    tokyo01.nemic.co.jp 8080
    tokyo-gw.koyo21.co.jp 8080
    tinfo1.space.ad.jp 8080
    sun18.nttpub.co.jp 8080
    sun01.pdic.co.jp 8080
    spo_hon.idc-com.co.jp 8080
    proxye4-atm.san.rr.com 8080
    proxye3-atm.san.rr.com 8080
    proxye3-atm.maine.rr.com 8080
    proxye2-atm.san.rr.com 8080
    proxy.taegu.ac.kr 8080
    proxy.rnac.or.jp 8080
    proxy.psc.co.jp 8080
    proxy.mks.com 8080
    proxy.mcmail.com 8080
    proxy.ivnet.com.tw 80
    proxy.iprolink.ch 80
    proxy.internord.dk 3128
    proxy.infobears.or.jp 80
    proxy.eis.or.jp 8080
    presto.presto.or.jp 8080
    panoramix.accessnet.es 8080
    p1.zzz.or.jp 3128
    nserver.joho-miyagi.or.jp 8080
    ns1.san.rr.com 8080
    ns1.infonet.com.py 8080
    ns.realtor.ne.jp 3128
    ns.realrox.co.jp 8080
    ns.aska-inc.co.jp 8080
    news.main.teikyo-u.ac.jp 80
    nebura2.tech.nebuta.ac.jp 8080
    nchgw.nch.go.jp 8080
    mailgate.jtgmet.co.jp 8080
    mail.lcnet.it 8080
    inf5serv.rug.ac.be 8080
    ics3f.f.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics3F.L.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics3F.KL.srv.t-online.de 80
    ics2F.DO.srv.t-online.de 80
    himiko.soliton.co.jp 80
    hgea01.hgea.org 8080
    gatekeeper.shimane-med.ac.jp 8080
    gaiwww.docomokyusyu.co.jp 8080
    fw.resident.sunysb.edu 8080
    double-panic.wwwcache.ja.net 8080
    dns.nagase.co.jp 8080
    dns.hsd.k12.or.us 8080
    dcs.dexter.k12.mi.us 80
    daiduk.kaist.ac.kr 8080
    cssrv.cs.musashi-tech.ac.jp 80
    charlotte.it.wsu.edu 8080
    ccmg.cc.toin.ac.jp 8080
    bme.ahs.kitasato-u.ac.jp 8080
    axil.hama.gaio.co.jp 8080
    alpha.barentsnett.no 8080
    air.cc.cuc.ac.jp 8080
    24.92.64.2 8080
    210.137.232.1 8080
    210.131.240.3 80
    202.248.213.39 8080
    202.248.104.20 8080
    165.21.83.136 8080
    141.178.137.7 80
    141.178.137.5 80
    ccproxy.lit.edu.tw:80
    filter.lpl.london.on.ca:80
    ms.bermudian.org:80
    pdns.nd-shokusan.co.jp:80
    proxy.ia2.marketscore.com:80
    proxy.or3.marketscore.com:80
    ce420f8a.gw209.dsl.airmail.net:80
    www-proxy.HB1.srv.t-online.de:80
    cube.aactive.com:3128
    gas90.gas.cz:3128
    kupl1.ittc.ku.edu:3128
    mail.jobclub-ps.de:3128
    mail.libreriaregional.com:3128
    mail.pegasus-sewing.com.hk:3128
    pl1.cs.utk.edu:3128
    press.eu.org:3128
    proxy.telcel.net.ve:3128
    vn1.cse.wustl.edu:3128
    ce3-mel.netspace.net.au:8080
    mailgate.mooret.co.uk:8080


    Planetlab CoDeeN Project
    (http://codeen.cs.princeton.edu/ Vera fast, you can also use them on port 3127. No POST allowed, so you only can view/download webpages and use simple forms that use the GET method (like search engines) but you can not use bigger forms that use POST (like buy stuff at Amazon)).
    128.220.231.3:3128
    206.240.24.20:3128
    lefthand.eecs.harvard.edu:3128
    planet1.cc.gt.atl.ga.us:3128
    planet1.cs.ucsb.edu:3128
    planet1.ecse.rpi.edu:3128
    planet1.scs.cs.nyu.edu:3128
    planet2.cs.rochester.edu:3128
    planetlab01.cs.washington.edu:3128
    planetlab-02.bu.edu:3128
    planetlab1.cis.upenn.edu:3128
    PLANETLAB-1.CMCL.CS.CMU.EDU:3128
    planetlab1.comet.columbia.edu:3128
    planetlab1.cs.arizona.edu:3128
    planetlab1.cs.cornell.edu:3128
    planetlab1.cs.duke.edu:3128
    planetlab-1.CS.Princeton.EDU:3128
    planetlab1.cs.ubc.ca:3128
    Planetlab1.CS.UCLA.EDU:3128
    planetlab1.cs.uiuc.edu:3128
    planetlab1.cs.umass.edu:3128
    planetlab1.cs.Virginia.EDU:3128
    planetlab1.cs.wayne.edu:3128
    planetlab1.cse.nd.edu:3128
    planetlab1.csres.utexas.edu:3128
    planetlab1.eecs.umich.edu:3128
    planetlab1.lcs.mit.edu:3128
    planetlab-1.Stanford.EDU:3128
    planetlab1.ucsd.edu:3128
    planetlab2.cs.nwu.edu:3128
    planetlab2.cs.purdue.edu:3128
    planetlab2.cs.unc.edu:3128
    planetlab2.cse.msu.edu:3128
    planetlab2.flux.utah.edu:3128
    PlanetLab2.Millennium.Berkeley.EDU:3128
    planetlab2.rutgers.edu:3128
    planlab1.cs.caltech.edu:3128
    ...

    Socks proxy

    More info: http://www.ufasoft.com/socks/
    http://proxylabs.netwu.com/
    ....

    Set up an own proxy server

    More info: http://www.gcd.org/sengoku/stone/
    http://www.junkbusters.com/ijb.html
    http://www.boutell.com/rinetd/
    ...

    USE HOPSTER
    Hopster is a commercial tool to circumvent firewalls in schools, companies e.t.c. The free version is only limited to a 4kb/s transfer rate (speed of a 56k modem). Only download the <1 MB Setup file and install it. It will test your connection/firewall and than configure everything automatically. Unlimited version costs 2 or 5 dollar a month.

    More info: http://www.hopster.com/

    _____________________________________________________

    Using a Shell

    You could do something which all Hackers do to work on the net. And that is to get a shell account. A shell account is something like a link which lets you control another computer and do whatever you want to do from that computer itself. A shell account is usually free of cost and has utilities like IRC, C#, C++, Perl Compilers, mail etc.
    You can use a shell account to get webpages. There is however one disadvantage for non-linux or non-unix users. Shell accounts usually require you to use unix commands and they are not GUI. You have to use telnet or other remote tools to connect to your shell account.

    Heres a list of some good proxy servers. TO use them, open command prompt, type telnet <shell address> 21

    FreeShell
    http://freeshell.org,
    http://sdf-eu.org
    Server: NetBSD on DEC Alpha 5305, T1
    Services: email, pop3, micq, ftp, personal webspace (quota: 20Mb)

    GREX (cyberspace.org)
    http://www.grex.org
    Server: SunOS, 64k ISDN
    Services: email, lynx, personal webspace, compile C programs... (quota: 1Mb)

    NYX
    http://www.nyx.net
    Server: ???
    Services: email, ftp, telnet, lynx, personal webspace of 100K

    Arbornet
    http://m-net.arbornet.org
    Server: FreeBSD
    Services: email, pop3, lynx, personal webspace, compile C programs (quota: 500kb)

    DucTape
    http://www.ductape.net
    Server: RHS Linux, T1
    Services: email, web mail, pop3, imap4, lynx, personal webspace with cgi, irc (quota: 2Mb)

    Free.Net.Pl (Polish server)
    http://www.free.net.pl
    Server: Linux
    Services: mail, pop3, lynx, ssh, irc,BitchX,ftp,web space, telnet,gcc and perl (quota:10MB)

    XOX.pl (Polish server)
    http://www.xox.pl
    Server: ???
    Services:email,pop3,ssh,irc,ftp,web space (quota: 1Mb)

    ROOTshell.be
    http://www.rootshell.be
    Server: Linux
    Services: pop3/web email, webspace, the complete set of UNIX/Gnu tools, quota: 2Mb

    Daforest
    http://www.daforest.org
    Server: Linux
    Services: email, pop3, micq, ftp, personal webspace with cgi, ssi, eggdrop (quota: 10Mb)

    VectorStar
    http://www.vectorstar.net
    Server: Linux
    Services: Email, Webspace, subdomain if requested, web-based MessageBoard... (quota: 20Mb)

    Polarhome
    http://www.polarhome.com
    Server: Linux, FreeBSD, VAX (OpenVMS operating system)
    Services: Email, pop3, irc, ftp, eggdrop... cool place on different operating systems!

    http://www.aceshells.com
    Server: Linux
    Services: Homepage with PHP4, CGI-BIN, MySQL, mail (Pop3/SMTP), 1 BG process, e.g : Bot, BitchX epic etc.. NO psyBNC's! Access to IPv6 Vhosts... (quota: 5Mb)

    Public Linux
    http://pub.dtdns.net
    Server: Linux
    Services: telnet, rlogin, finger, whois, lynx, ssh, ftp, irc, C, C++, Perl (quota: 10 Mb)

    VMS box!
    http://vmsbox.cjb.net
    Server: OpenVMS
    Services: Free, but only a limited number of accounts will be granted. Standard access via Telnet or SSH. Mail handling via VMS MAIL or POP3/SMTP. Web space with scripting support. Access to Perl and C for programming.

    titanix
    http://www.titanix.net
    Server: Linux
    Services: pop3,pop2,imap,smtp,ftp,irc,mail,mail->SMS,compiliers, NO quota for now...

    Bur.st
    http://www.bur.st/
    Server: Linux
    Services: Access via ssh, scp, ftp, pop3; basic and full shell access, domain hosting and/or seconding, mailing lists.

    Full-House
    http://full-house.net
    Free Shell accounts (ssh)
    Free Email addresses (POP3/IMAPS) - webmail,mailing lists
    Programing languages (C,C++,Perl,Python ...)
    Web hosting with php4 mysql & postgresql
    FTP
    Domain hosting
    Domain registration
    Primary et secondary name servers

    http://elektrono.com/services/
    Connection: 56kbps dial up on 24 hours, 7 days a week
    OS: Debian GNU/Linux 3.0; Linux 2.4.17
    Services: email (IMAP & SMTP & webmail), web space, ftp
    space, full set of standard Unix utilities, web access, bash
    shell. Access via SSHv2 or FTP

    http://www.linuxbox.co.za
    OS: Linux

    http://cypher-sec.org
    All signups are verified for authenticity and then the accounts are added. Generally an average signup will be completed within 10 min but can take up to 24 hours.

    http://www.saq.cx
    Server: Free/OpenBSD
    Services: Email Address (Mail, Pine and Mutt are installed), Virtual Webspace (http://site/~yourusername), IRC facilities, No Background Processes (Other than a single BitchX screen), 10MB Disk Quota

    http://www.mphknet.org/
    Server: FreeBSD 4.6
    Services: Every shell account includes access to Compilers (gcc, cc, etc.), IRC (BitchX & irssi), E-mail (Webmail & Pine), Usenet News (Tin), MUDs (via Telnet), A basic shell (bash), Eggdrops, BNCs, 5MB of space, and much much more!

    http://deathrow.vistech.net
    Server: OpenVMS on VAX/Alpha
    Services: IRC usage is allowed but no bots/relays/etc.

    http://nic.nac.wdyn.de
    Server: Debian Linux 3.0 on Pentium III 550 Mhz, Connection: DSL (768kbit / 128kbit) / VaxStation running OpenVMS
    Services: Un-restricted shell access, gcc, screen, mc, mutt, BitchX, Web Hosting, Background Processes, no general home-dir quota; But file-size is restricted to 12 MB max, one MySQL db per default and a VaxStation to the LAN for OpenVMS experience to the users

    http://aragon.marway.org
    Server: SunOS, Linux, IRIX
    Services: email, web space...

    http://www.invaliddomain.com/
    Server: FreeBSD
    Services: Telnet/SSH/FTP access to the server, Online user control panel, E-mail account (Accessable via Shell/POP3/IMAP & WebMail), CGI-BIN/Perl/Python Scripting, PHP Scripting, 1 MySQL Database (available on request), BitchX, Local IRC server... (quota: 10Mb)

    http://www.magnesium.net/
    Server: ???
    Services: ???

    http://cia.zemos.net
    Server: Debian Linux
    Services: Login Method: SSH only, Connection: dsl, IRC Access, Background Proccesses Allowed. E-mail the1@cia.zemos.net to get an account. Users have access to a browser (links), scanners (nmap and whisker), netcat, compilers (gcc/g++, perl, tcl, brain****), BitchX, and more.

    http://www.65535.net/freeshells/
    Server: Linux
    Services: email, homepage, complete access to GNU tools, IRC is not allowed, No bots, no bouncers or proxes, only SSH connections.

    http://www.the-ratpack.com/
    Server: Mandrake 9.1 on dual PII 266 with 384 megs of ram
    Services: BitchX, Lynx, Eggdrop, Bnc. Donations Welcome. Subscribe by applying online at WWW. 2 process limit, quota: 50Mb

    http://cyberunners.org/
    Server: Linux
    Services: IPv6, PHP, MySQL, personal subdomain, gcc, IRC access with eggdrop, BitchX, e-mech, one background processes allowed (quota: 10Mb)

    http://www.k03.org/
    Server: FreeBSD 4.7
    Services: ???

    http://www.hbx.us/
    Server: ???
    Services: ???

    http://www.ajrnet.com
    Server: FreeBSD
    Services: ???

    http://www.metawire.org
    Server: OpenBSD
    Services/Info: SMTP, SSH, FTP, SFTP, POP3, HTTP, IRC and much more. (quota: 25 Mb)

    http://www.jvds.com/freeshells/
    Server: ???
    Services/Info: No irc, Quota: 6Mb (shared between mail and web)

    http://www.linuxnetbox.de/
    Server: Linux
    Services/Info: Webmail, MySQL, PHP, 1 eggdrop... (quota: 10 Mb)

    http://www.the-ratpack.com/
    Server: Mandrake Linux
    Services/Info: ???

    http://dopha.org:8080/service/
    Server: OpenBSD
    Services/Info: www hosting, shell, irc, mail, (50MB for your home and 50MB for your website). No EGGDROP/BNC!

    http://www.unixdaemons.com/
    Server: FreeBSD
    Services/Info: mail, webspace, perl... (quota 12Mb)

    http://verizon.stolen.la/
    Server: FreeBSD 4.7-patch23, 2Mb line
    Services/Info: Shell Access for educational compiler purpose gcc or perl, Free email username@verizon.stolen.la, unlimited email quota



    YOU CAN FIND A LIST OF COMMON UNIX COMMANDS AND OTHER SHELL PROVIDERS HERE

    http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unix_shell
    http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/
    http://directory.google.com/Top/Comp...ell_Providers/
    http://www.panix.com/shell.html
    http://www.shellux.net/


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Using a Web-2-phone service
    This are services which you dial with a normal telephone. Then you saw the website you want to visit and the operator/computer voice is reading the content to you.

    More info: http://w2p.odem.org/
    http://www.internetspeech.com/
    http://www.ecommercetimes.com/perl/story/3380.html

    Using a webproxy
    Webproxies are CGI-scripts that you call with your browser and open a different URL (Internetaddress) with. So your firewall thinks you are only connecting to the server with the CGI-script. The addresses under 4.5.4 are not really meant as proxies. They act as translators, html-checkers or as a web archive. You can use them as a kind of proxy anyway. These webproxies are a good thing for "quick 'n dirty" bypassing. You don't have to configure your browser or something, but it's kind of slow and won't work with all webpages. Only the proxies that are going over a secure connection can be used for phrase filtering, but the others a perfect for URL/IP filtering. Use them in your school, company or library when you have no privileges to install/change something on the machine. These links points to google.de because the site is very small, useful, always on and does not contain the ".com" extension of DOS-Files that are filtered by some proxies. If you do have webspace with cgi ability you can download the CGIProxy from James Marshall and install it on that webspace (there is a easy installer which does everything for you: http://install.xav.com/). Or you can install it on your PC at home and access it at work. How to do so you can read here: http://www.peacefire.org/circumvento...ructions.html. To find new working proxies search for "nph-proxy.cgi", "nph-proxy.pl", "Start Using CGIProxy", "Start browsing through this CGI-based proxy", "WARNING: Entering non-anonymous area" or something like that with Google, Alltheweb, Wisenut or another search engine.

    Standard webproxies (mostly CGIProxies: http://www.jmarshall.com/tools/cgiproxy/)

    http://www.peacefire.org/nph-proxy.c...www.google.de/
    http://anon.free.anonymizer.com/http://www.google.de/
    http://invis.free.anonymizer.com/http://www.google.de/
    http://anonymouse.ws/cgi-bin/anon-ww...www.google.de/ (Advertisement)
    http://203.26.19.30/proxy/proxy.pl/0...www.google.de/(Whitout images)
    http://www.mdsme.de/cgi-bin/nph-spin...www.google.de/
    http://www.marzie.com/webtools/proxy...www.google.de/ (Advertisement)
    http://203.26.19.30/proxy/nph-proxy....www.google.de/
    http://www.snoopblocker.com/---http://www.google.de/
    http://www.tku.ac.jp/~99e1330/cgi-bi...www.google.de/
    http://www.delorie.com/web/purify.cg.../www.google.de (Advertisement)
    http://proxy.drkangel.com/nph-index....www.google.de/
    http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin...www.google.de/
    http://www.anonymization.net/1/1/A/h...www.google.de/
    http://www.wgbh.org:81/cgi-bin/nph-a...www.google.de/
    http://www.anonsurf.de/cgi-bin/nph-a...www.google.de/
    http://www.valkaryn.net/proxy/nph-pr...www.google.de/ (Advertisement)
    http://www.stud.tu-ilmenau.de/~kloth...www.google.de/
    http://www.thinksquad.com/cgi-bin/np...www.google.de/
    http://www.hostsite.org/proxy/nph-pr...www.google.de/
    http://school.brokenex.com/cgi-bin/n...www.google.de/
    http://free2.surffreedom.com/nph-fre...www.google.de/
    http://www.a2zcomms.com/cgi-bin/prox...www.google.de/
    http://glass.ipe.tsukuba.ac.jp/~s011...www.google.de/
    http://www.triumphpc.com/cgi-bin/nph...www.google.de/
    http://inchiki.net/cgi-bin/nph-multi...www.google.de/
    http://free2.surffreedom.com/nph-fre...www.google.de/
    http://ali-56k-030.tpgi.com.au/proxy...www.google.de/
    http://ali-56k-030.tpgi.com.au/proxy...www.google.de/ (Without images)
    http://www.safegate.org/cgiproxy/nph...www.google.de/ (Without images)
    http://www.slysurf.com/cgiproxy/nph-...www.google.de/ (Advertisement)
    http://www.dogsun.com/cgi-bin/cgipro...www.google.de/
    http://207.44.184.234/cgi-bin/cgipro...www.google.de/
    http://www.suckow-klan.de/cgi-bin/cg...www.google.de/
    http://www.konundrum.org/cgi-bin/cgi...www.google.de/
    http://www.lib.drake.edu/cgi-bin/nph...www.google.de/
    http://www.kniff.de/cgi-bin/cgiproxy...www.google.de/(Advertisement)
    http://calorieta.gamiras.com/cgi-bin...www.google.de/
    http://www.poppe.us/cgi-bin/nph-prox.../www.google.de
    http://kosokoso.net/cgi-bin/nph-prox...www.google.de/
    http://www.bigate.com:8080/cgi-bin/b...www.google.de/
    http://home.iitk.ac.in/student/mgoel...www.google.de/
    http://209.123.49.227/cgi-bin/nph-pr...www.google.de/
    http://legolas.casa.cult.cu/cgi-bin/...www.google.de/
    http://student.mmu.edu.my/~v0111837/...www.google.de/
    http://www.chrys.ca/cgi-bin/nph-prox...www.google.de/
    http://www.zonet.gr.jp/~zo/cgi-bin/n...www.google.de/
    http://absolutezero.cx/cgi-bin/nph-p...www.google.de/
    http://nadaily.com/cgi-bin/nph-proxy...www.google.de/
    http://dtaiwang.ftphost.net/cgi-bin/...www.google.de/
    http://www.scrale.com/nph-secure.cgi...www.google.de/
    http://www.rewebber.de/surf_encoded/...www.google.de/ (you have to register to register)


    4.5.2 Webproxies with encrypted URL's
    http://www.proxyone.com/cgi-bin/nph-...676c652e64652f (Without images)
    http://proxy.guardster.com/cgi-bin/n...676c652e64652f (Advertisement)
    http://proxify.com/nph-proxy.cgi/000...676c652e64652f (Advertisement)
    http://www.team777.com/cgi-bin/ey3/n...676c652e64652f
    http://powermac.homelinux.com/cgi-bi...676p652r64652s
    http://www-stud.uni-essen.de/~sw0325...jjj.tbbtyr.qr/
    http://www.rewebber.de/surf_conceale...zzz.jrrjoh.gh/ (you have to register)
    http://www.songtoday.com/cgi-bin/nph...676p652r64652s
    http://www.testplatz.de/a-proxy.cgi/...676c652e64652f
    http://www.veltrox.com/cgi-bin/nph-k...676c652e64652f (Without images)
    http://isengard.confusticate.com/cgi...676p652r64652s

    4.5.3 Webproxies over a secure SSL-connection
    https://www.anonsurf.de/cgi-bin/nph-...www.google.de/
    https://dtw.ods.org/cgi-bin/nph-prox...www.google.de/
    https://nav.ebutechnologies.com/secu...www.google.de/
    https://ym2400z.virtualave.net/cgi-b...www.google.de/
    https://vip.megaproxy.com/go/_mp_fra.../www.google.de (Advertisement)
    https://proxify.com/nph-proxy.cgi/00...676c652e64652f (Advertisement)
    https://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bi...www.google.de/(Without images)
    https://www.citizenlab.org/cgi-bin/n...jjj.tbbtyr.qr/(Without images)
    https://www.eopledaily.com/dmirror/http/www.google.de/
    https://nhuanet.com/cgi-bin/nph-prox...www.google.de/
    https://www.eopledaily.com/cgi-bin/n...www.google.de/
    https://scron.virtualave.net/anonim/...www.google.de/
    https://byelarus.com/cgi-bin/proxy/n...www.google.de/
    https://aburaghad.virtualave.net/dd1...www.google.de/
    https://ym2400z.virtualave.net/cgi-b...www.google.de/
    https://www.safegate.org/cgiproxy/np...www.google.de/ (Without images)
    https://falcon10.ath.cx/cgi-bin/prox...www.google.de/
    http://nadaily.com/cgi-bin/nph-proxy...www.google.de/
    https://66.216.96.84/cgi-bin/nph-pro...676c652e64652f
    https://dtaiwang.ftphost.net/cgi-bin...www.google.de/
    https://www.slysurf.com/cgiproxy/nph...www.google.de/ (Advertisement)
    https://www.citizenlab.org/cgi-bin/n...ups.yahoo.com/ (only for groups.yahoo.com, because of the Indian blocking)

    4.5.4 Translators, warpers, e.t.c that can be used as a proxy
    http://www.dejavu.org/ (Browser Emulator)
    http://paranormal.about.com/gi/dynam...Fwww.google.de
    http://bobby.cast.org/bobby/bobbySer.../www.google.de (Websitechecker)
    http://www.vischeck.com/vischeck/vischeckURL.php (Websitechecker)
    http://spireproject.com/cgi-bin/foot.../www.google.de (Footnote?)
    http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/cite/an.../www.google.de (kind of a footnote)
    http://www2.searchhippo.com/hl/hl.ph...w.google.de&q= (highlights words)
    http://webwarper.net/ww/~GZ/www.google.de/?* (Warper)
    http://babelfish.altavista.com/ (Translator)
    http://www.freetranslation.com/web.htm (Translator)
    http://translation.langenberg.com/ (Translator)
    http://www.systransoft.com/ (Translator)
    http://www.translate.ru/srvurl.asp?lang=de (Translator)
    http://translator.abacho.de/ (Translator)
    http://www.t-mail.com/cgi-bin/tsail (Translator)
    http://www.google.com/language_tools?hl=de (Translator)
    http://tarjim.ajeeb.com/ajeeb/default.asp?lang=1 (Translator)
    http://www.sdlintl.com/enterprise-sy...translator.htm (Translator)
    http://rinkworks.com/dialect/ (Fun-Translator)
    http://www.brunching.com/drugslanger.html (Fun-Translator)
    http://www.pornolize.com/cgi-bin/por...&submit=submit (Fun-Translator)
    http://unimut.fsk.uni-heidelberg.de/schwob.html (Fun-Translator
    http://www.google.com/ .de/ .fr/ (the Google Cache)
    http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.google.de (Archive of the Internet since 1996)
    http://archive.bibalex.org/web/*/http://www.google.de (a mirror of archive.org)
    http://www.marzie.com/webtools/proxybuster/ (get files)
    http://alltooflat.com/geeky/elgoog/ (a Google fun mirror mirror)
    http://www.guhgel.de/ (another Google fun mirror)
    http://www.g00gle.ch/gaygle.php(another Google fun mirror)
    http://www.assoziations-blaster.de/www.google.de/
    http://mirror.sytes.org/ (a fun mirror mirror *gg*)
    http://hispeed.rogers.com/search/google.jsp (a Google mirror)
    http://www.gogole.com/ (a Google mirror)
    http://google.icq.com/search/ (a Google mirror)
    http://www.zensur.freerk.com/google/ (a mirror for the Google mirror...)
    http://www.google-watch.org/cgi-bin/proxy.htm (another Google and Alltheweb mirror)
    http://gritechnologies.com/tools/dia...www.google.de/ (see as a search engine)
    http://www.accu.org/cgi-bin/accu/acc...Fwww.google.de (a gateway/browser emulator)

    Get webpages via eMail
    Several years ago when the Internet connections where slow and the "www" just invented, many people just got a to email restricted access to the Internet. That's the origin of the "Agora" and "www4email" software. Some of these email robots are still available and we can use them to bypass Internet censorship. The best thing would be to subscribe to a free email provider which allows SSL-connections (like https://www.fastmail.fm/, https://www.ziplip.com/, https://www.hushmail.com/, https://www.safe-mail.net/, https://www.mail2world.com/, https://www.webmails.com/ e.t.c) and use that account with the email addresses below. I put the field where you have to input the URL in brackets. It still works great for text. But sure there are big problems with images or even DHTML, JavaScript, Java, Flash e.t.c. Also other services besides www are possible, for a very good tutorial on this see ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.a...ess-via-email. There is also a web based service under http://www.web2mail.com/. I again used www.google.de as an example because the URL is all time accessible and the '.com' in the original Google address is often considered as a .com DOS-file by some computers and censorship systems. The www4mail software (http://www.www4mail.org/) is newer than the Agora software.
    A eMail with just "help" in the subject line will get you a tutorial on howto use the service properly.

    mailto:agora@kamakura.mss.co.jp?body=send http://www.google.de
    [BODY] send http://www.google.de

    mailto:agora@dna.affrc.go.jp?body=send http://www.google.de
    [BODY] send http://www.google.de

    mailtoage@grabpage.org?subject=url: http://www.google.de
    [SUBJECT] url: http://www.google.de
    info: http://www.grabpage.org/

    mailto:frames@pagegetter.com?body=http://www.google.de
    [BODY] http://www.google.de
    info: http://www.pagegetter.com/

    mailto:web@pagegetter.com?body=http://www.google.de
    [BODY] http://www.google.de
    info: http://www.pagegetter.com/

    mailto:webgate@vancouver-webpages.com?body=get http://www.google.de
    [BODY] get http://www.google.de
    info: http://vancouver-webpages.com/webgate/

    mailto:webgate@vancouver-webpages.com?body=mail http://www.google.de
    [BODY] mail http://www.google.de
    info: http://vancouver-webpages.com/webgate/

    mailto:www4mail@wm.ictp.trieste.it?body=http://www.google.de
    [BODY] http://www.google.de
    info: http://www.ictp.trieste.it/~www4mail/

    mailto:www4mail@access.bellanet.org?body=http://www.google.de
    [BODY] http://www.google.de
    info: http://www.bellanet.org/email.html

    mailto:www4mail@kabissa.org?body=http://www.google.de
    [BODY] http://www.google.de
    info: http://www.kabissa.org/members/www4mail/

    mailto:www4mail@ftp.uni-stuttgart.de?body=http://www.google.de
    [BODY] http://www.google.de

    mailto:www4mail@collaborium.org?body=http://www.google.de
    [BODY] http://www.google.de
    info: http://www.collaborium.org/~www4mail/

    mailto:binky@junoaccmail.org?body=url http://www.google.de
    [BODY] url http://www.google.de
    info: http://boas.anthro.mnsu.edu/

    mailto:iliad@prime.jsc.nasa.gov?subject=get url?body=url:http://www.google.de
    [SUBJECT] GET URL
    [BODY] url:http://www.google.de
    info: http://prime.jsc.nasa.gov/iliad/

    Google Search via eMail:
    mailto:google@capeclear.com?subject=search keywords
    [Subject] search keywords
    info: http://www.capeclear.com/google/

    More info: http://www.cix.co.uk/~net-services/mrcool/
    ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.a...cess-via-email

    Hope This Tutorial Is Of Help To You....
    Remember>>>>>>>Nothing can stop a hacker from doin what he wanna do.

    |THE SPIDER|

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    http://nocensor.opennetinitiative.net/

    Quote your sources, the tutorials forum is only for tutorials you have written yourself.

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    ? /me wonders why you stay so polite, noodle? He's just trying to get antipoints with someone else's tutorial (I think). Though he just arrived on this site so maybe it wasn't intentionally? ...
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    Re: ******Bypass Web Censorship******

    Originally posted here by th3spid3r
    *********************THIS TUTORIAL BELONGS TO THE SPIDER***********************************************

    (snip)

    Hope This Tutorial Is Of Help To You....
    Remember>>>>>>>Nothing can stop a hacker from doin what he wanna do.

    |THE SPIDER|
    Sure looks like it wasnt intentional. Wonder if my English teacher would accept 'Unintentional Plagiarism'.
    Dude, you can never learn this to early; Plagiarism is a crime. Would do you good to del the thread

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    I havent stolen this tutorial. Yeah i did get the idea from Freerk Ohling. Ive posted it on to Astalavista and have included Freerk Ohling in the credits. But before you start shouting out, compare the tut's properly. The tuts are nowhere close to similar. Only stuff i liked i chipped in . Most of the real body stuff is my own. And yeah, I dont give a damn about antipoints!!!

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    dude why didn't u post this in the TUT forum...................?????

    .............beats the crap out of me...............................
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    He did originally post it there. It was subsequently moved to here.

    From what I can tell, it's about a 50/50 split. th3spid3r, for future reference the tutorials section is for original tutorials (made from scratch ideally).
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    It is still a good post though, I learnt a few things from it, to me it does not really matter if he wrote it himself or cut and pasted it as long as it is worth while reading, which I felt it was.

    I agree, he could have posted a link but, he has added bits himself, or cut and pasted them but it is still fairly informative and worth while reading and has quite a few good links in it.

    Although, Spider you did claim credit for the whole thing dood and things like that tend not to go down to well with the majority of the people here dood, but hey.... **** happens!
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    I have no intentions of stealing credits. I just found the post informative and thought it would be of great help. If you try reading the Freerk Ohling Tutorial, its loadz and loadz of information for all sorts of people, newbies to webmasters. I edited it to generalize it so that it is of common interest to everyone.
    If anyone feels i wanted to steal credit, think again. I wouldnt have included the wikipedia links.
    Anyways, so much for this tutorial..

    Bye
    (P.S: I wanna make friends here so anything you say is fine..)

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