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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: http://www.google.com/chrome

Then you're going to need to download a program called UltraSurf Which can be found here:
http://ultrasurf.en.softonic.com

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..

Text me 6986696
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!<sup>no no not that one</sup><br/>
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
&nbsp;Can you give me the information on your system? That is a cool back-door.
Infromation?
&nbsp;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.
&nbsp;Ah, netop, one of the most common.... Thanks for the info.
wow thats cool
Hmm, that's quite a stumper... Have you tried CMD.?
cool i would use this but dose it work on lightspeed<sup>the blocking software</sup> runing in novel?<sup>its like a os</sup>yes the real os is xp<br/>
I would expect it to be able to run properly...
well i havent tryed it at school but it dosent work on vista for me
I saw the glider and expected this to be some super awesome hack to get admin on DC or something, and It turns out to be another Myspace instructable. :(
dc?<sup>sounds like deep freeze</sup><br/>
It means Domain controller, It is like the admin of all admins sort of.
yea that makes sence <br/>deep freeze is what our school used to use before novel<sup>all the techys loved it</sup><br/>
Well I apologize, I thought it would deem admirable for this instructable... P.S: I still hate myspace
Yeah, It would be nice if you explained how it actually worked too. I just got mislead by the title "how to bypass your server's security" and thought it would be about hacking into a server of some sort. PS: most schools have only a DNS filter, IE: they have a DNS server that blocks requests to some domains. If you have install privs you can probably change the network settings. changing the DNS server to one from opendns.org or one that you maintain would probably be easier.
I hate myspace >.>
Yep(but what can I do with CMD?) There's a loophole, if the exe or bat file is one single file, you can put it in a zip folder and run it from there.
So it seems that you've solved your own problem, or have the teachers somehow managed to cut off that accesspoint too?... As for CMD, you could always go like, "C:\WINDOWS\PROGRAM.EXE" unless they've ALSO blocked THAT! I'm not sure what you're going to be able to do... Maybe you'll just have to work >.<... meh, there's always hope! XD there's no such thing as security!, you want to know why? because there's always a way to bypass it a little bit, just think of it as a more complicated computer, where you have to jump and dodge the obstacles to get to a program... -.- then again, I prefer the more simple way..
It's not uncommon for users to be denied <em>install</em> privileges. Is this actually an <em>install</em> or is it a standalone browser that will just run of the flash drive?<br/><br/>L<br/>
Well, UltraSurf, is a stand alone program, no installation required, the google chrome is the one that you need to install, it's sort of an add-on though, you can just use the ultrasurf, but that would increase the risks of you being caught. I plan on creating another instructable, on how to get admin privlages.. or get the admin pass and username, i have a flashdrive somewhere at home that would automatically copy the information of any computer that you put it into, i forogt how I set it up though, I'm looking into it.
Maybe edit this a bit to make it clear what just needs to be run and what would require an install? I assume you're blocked from changing the network-installed browser settings to bypass the proxy server? L
It's not the Browser that allows you to bypass the server though, it's ultrasurf, the only thing chrome is used main for, is it's option to not jot down any internet history, and to not accept any cookies for tracking. It's like having a journal, but choosing not to write anything down in it.
The history and cookies can be deleted (although this will save you the effort), can you bypass the server <em>without</em> it?<br/><br/>L<br/>
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.
That's informative, it gives a lot more meaning to the whole thing. You should add this to the Instructable, probably in the introduction, as it would seem to be one of it's key strengths. L
Ok, I will do that, thank you <sup>_</sup><br/>

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