How to Bypass Your Server's Security





Introduction: How to Bypass Your Server's Security

Ok, First I'de like to admit, that this is my first instructable, and that I've been a very common visitor to the site, and when I noticed a certain Instructable, on how to byspass the school server ot myspace [or to anything else] I just had to create my own, because I'm unsure of his tactics, teachers are a lot smarter than you would think them to be so, I've devised a way to bypass the server firewall, without even jotting down internet history anyway, here we go!~ but first, an informative question from a helpfully source.

Q: The history and cookies can be deleted (although this will save you the effort), can you bypass the server without it?

A: Well, You can bypass with any internet browser. As for your suggestion of deleting cookies, usually, when you have a teacher bent on ruining your fun, they have a program called IE History, so even when you erase your history and delete your cookies, they stay logged on your computer internally, allowing admins to view it. It's just like emptying files from your recycle bin, you can choose to restore them, or dump them, when you dump them, they're still actually somewhere in your computer, you'de have to wipe your computer clean in order to get them out permanently.

Now, ON! with the instructable!

Step 1: Starting Out

To start out, you're going to need probably one thing

!A flash drive!

A substitute that you can use, could be a CD-R or DVD-R.

What you're going to need to do is, when you're at home download google chrome, which can be found at this link:

Then you're going to need to download a program called UltraSurf Which can be found here:

You will have to put the files onto your FlashDrive, then anticipate your next day of school! [Lol]

You could always try searching on google AT school, but I doubt you'll have much luck..

Step 2: The Install

Once you get to the computer, insert your flash drive into the USB.

Of course, you're going to have to install chrome, but ultrasurf is just a program, just a click, you can run it off your flashdrive if you want to.

There's the road block of you not being able to install due to administrative privlages, but it's been so long since I've jack an admin's password, that I'm going to have to look up about it, until then, I apologize for this not being a fully working instructable for you.

On the Top right you will notice a little wrench, click it to drop down the options menu, you'll see that the third option down is the new incognito window. Click it.

Step 3: The Proxy Surfer

Alright, now that you're incognito, open Ultrasurfer.

You're most likely going to want to get rid of that annoying gold lock down in the bottem right corner, so just go into options, then check "Hide Golden Lock" along with "Don't use IE" so that it will work easier for google chrome..

If this method doesn't work, I suggest using either Command Line, or Command Prompt.
You go into the program, and at the start you enter "C:\WINDOWS\PROGRAM.EXE"

replace program.exe with which ever type of file you are trying to run, you may have to tweak with the link of folders though.

Step 4: Have Fun!

Lol, yup, that's it, have some fun, go around the internet, but I have to warn you, UltraSurf, doesn't work 100% of the time, it seems to be sort of sketchy on the higher security computers.

Note: I am in no way responsible if you are to get caught.

Credit goes to Pahoeho of the ESOE Community (Evil Society of Evil)

If you wish to join the community, press put your referrer as: Vesparian



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    Someone put a virus on my school's server, so we can't run .exe files from our flash drives.(they blocked them along with .bat too)

    try .vbs! or .reg!no no not that one

    We found a solution actually, if you log on, and then unplug the network cable, it logs you on as an administrator. Pretty neat flaw

     Can you give me the information on your system? That is a cool back-door.

     OS, and the way that the security is set up.

    The computers are all running windows XP, and I'm not sure how the security is set up but I belive it is related to a program called net-op.

     Ah, netop, one of the most common.... Thanks for the info.

    wow thats cool