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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 04-30-2009, 08:10 AM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 28 (permalink) Old 04-30-2009, 08:16 AM
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Are they all the NWS threads? And is someone PMing you NWS content?

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Are they all the NWS threads? And is someone PMing you NWS content?
Not sure.. The PMs are just the usual shit talking. So not sure why it would be NWS. All the risky e-mails I get with NWS stuff always opens....
As for the threads on here... I don't know what you put on there... BLAH!!

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motorcycles are quite arousing

im tellin ya... you need to proxy it

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im tellin ya... you need to proxy it
Jason.... HOW? Can you come here and do it for me?? We can go for a ride in the fog...j/k

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Not suprised with the langauge used in posts, signatures, and profile comments. You'll have to wait until you get home to view those specific threads; nothing you can do to bypass the proxy filtering.

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Jason.... HOW? Can you come here and do it for me?? We can go for a ride in the fog...j/k
i dont know how to do it, only that it works in some cases

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See if your company blocks proxy.org. If not then you can use a proxy site to view this site. If yes, then another option would be to log into your home computer remotely and view it that way.

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motorcycles are quite arousing

im tellin ya... you need to proxy it
This is not advisable. I hear going around work firewalls can get you fired.

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In motorcycle terms, that's like taking your Ducati to a dealer for service, and they hand you back a 1979 backfiring Honda 400 Hawk.. because after all, a bike is a bike.
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This is not advisable. I hear going around work firewalls can get you fired.
Without a doubt. You are using company resources for personal entertainment, so if the configured policy blocks something, best advice is to not attempt to circumvent in anyway, doing so can be grounds for dismissal in many companies.

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Thanks for the advice...but I'm not trying to break into/through anything. I just wanted to see if there was an easy way around it. I guess I need to wait until I get home.

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This is not advisable. I hear going around work firewalls can get you fired.
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Without a doubt. You are using company resources for personal entertainment, so if the configured policy blocks something, best advice is to not attempt to circumvent in anyway, doing so can be grounds for dismissal in many companies.
nevermind then

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You put in a ip address into your proxy server and it bypass all security!
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Jason.... HOW? Can you come here and do it for me?? We can go for a ride in the fog...j/k
have you tried THIS proxy site or THIS proxy site?
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Technocally speaking, its not yoru firewall doing it its probably an internet proxy. Your probably going to have difficulty using any sort of proxy to get around it, since these devices get their block lists from companies that are smart enough to block proxy sites. Remoting to your home desktop might be an option...

edit: damn, gsd656 is way ahead of me.

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Technocally speaking, its not yoru firewall doing it its probably an internet proxy. Your probably going to have difficulty using any sort of proxy to get around it, since these devices get their block lists from companies that are smart enough to block proxy sites. Remoting to your home desktop might be an option...

edit: damn, gsd656 is way ahead of me.
Remoting to your home computer will most likely result in a very slow connection. At least that has been my experience.

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Remoting to your home computer will most likely result in a very slow connection. At least that has been my experience.
Probably. I didn't say it was a GOOD option
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Remoting to your home computer will most likely result in a very slow connection. At least that has been my experience.
Depending on your works network, type of connection at home and how good are your computer. Not slow at all on my end.

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It's a sign - You need to work more and goof off less - Sucks!

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It's a sign - You need to work more and goof off less - Sucks!
this from you?
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this from you?
- I have (2) Computers going and can multi task like a muhfuggah

Mac for home CLSB Surfing and Thunkpad VPN'ed into Corp Server for work - Dig it Daddy-0

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- I have (2) Computers going and can multi task like a muhfuggah

Mac for home CLSB Surfing and Thunkpad VPN'ed into Corp Server for work - Dig it Daddy-0
touche
so unhelpful though...
going around through a proxy can definitely get her canned.. depending on the company...

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going around through a proxy can definitely get her canned.. depending on the company...
Corp IT Policy can be a bitch if fucked with, thats for sure

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Corp IT Policy can be a bitch if fucked with, thats for sure

Tends to be dictated by how large the company is. My friend worked at a small bank and tried messing around one time, and the IT guy was in his office with the screenshot of an AIM conversation later that day. Bigger companies have more important things to do. I would only suggest messin around if you company is HUGE. Even middle sized companies have generic IT dudes with nothing better to do than bust your ass.

You should consider how expendable or how your performance is as of late before messin around. Were I'm at, if they want to get rid of you, IT usage is one of the first places they look for infractions.
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. Bigger companies have more important things to do. .
I am going to have to disagree with you on this one mate - The Bigger companies employe more Sec Spec and buy more products as they have more important stuff to lose - You would however be surprised at how some of the Fortune 50 have such weak security though when it comes to their network

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Tends to be dictated by how large the company is. My friend worked at a small bank and tried messing around one time, and the IT guy was in his office with the screenshot of an AIM conversation later that day. Bigger companies have more important things to do. I would only suggest messin around if you company is HUGE. Even middle sized companies have generic IT dudes with nothing better to do than bust your ass.

You should consider how expendable or how your performance is as of late before messin around. Were I'm at, if they want to get rid of you, IT usage is one of the first places they look for infractions.
I assume you are kidding.. right?
I have worked for some of the biggest and some of the smallest and the microscope is on you much tighter in the fortune 100/50/10 companies than it is in the smaller shops.. THey have more regulation and more to lose.. + more likely to get sued.. Not to mention a lot more budget to hire teams specifically to do nothing but watch where people go on the internet... Smaller firms often the IT people have something to do
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