piranarew wrote:Sadly I have tried this. I have the admin password which unlocks all computers, but all of the internet is locked. Due to the internet being paid for by outside money instead of by the state, the people paying for it have the control to unlock certain websites. So this is why I want to bypass the internet filter. Now since the internet uses a proxy server to filter the internet and locks all internet connections other than through the proxy, I need to find a site that has a browser in a browser (if that makes sense). The main reason to bypass the filter is to play othello (reversi). So although you may find it inethical I want to play and with most game sites locked its annoying.
Mandrake wrote:What sort of systems administrator would even think about giving out the administrator password for an entire network? This guy must be one incompetent administrator.
FWIW, a correctly configured Novell BorderManager solution cannot be bypassed easily.
piranarew wrote:I think I found the solution, though I will have to test it from school. I could install Firefox remotely to the network computer, then access it via any workstion and any account. (at least until they figure it out. Then I could install some other browser and keep doing that 'till they finally catch on.
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