Any way to block a central computer from screen-watching me at school?
So the good old school library bumped up its security this year - you know, cool wastes of money like biometric scanners. Now, while I giggle every time I check out a book, I can't even bring myself to browse the internet.
Never mind the fact that the school seems to be running IE's grandfather for a browser (we just got tabs last year). Never mind that we as a junior class finally discovered the joys of caching, and that last year someone seemed to have started running Firefox off a USB to download mario games to the desktops. Our efforts have been in vain. All the library's computers are now linked to the central computer, so that the librarian can watch about 12 screens in real time simultaneously. She just sits there and watches your screen. Shoot me now.
It's really not a big deal, as I normally only do legit research in school, but now I'm curious - is it possible to trick the main comp? Like, somehow running Firefox from USB invisibly if I have the bastardized IE up on the side? Or do I just save anything deviant for unsuspecting teacher computers?