DeepNines© Technologies - next generation secure web gateway...a little help please?

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  1. killswitch1698 macrumors regular

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    Hey all.

    Im in my history of rock 'n roll class right now, and im trying to get to some sites for this class.

    there is this new technology that blocks every single site out there by category- games, music sites, social networking; you name it. so i was just curious if any of you out there had any ideas of how to find another route around these websites.

    P.S i have already made attempts to access sites through a proxy server, as well as trying to enter the site securely (https://)

    any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. lewis82 macrumors 68000

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    What proxy did you use?
    A proxy website or a standalone proxy (such as FoxyProxy for firefox)?

    I guess the former could be blocked but not the latter...
     
  3. ucfgrad93 macrumors P6

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    Great class! Wish I could have taken a class like that.
     
  4. killswitch1698 thread starter macrumors regular

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    I just a proxy website. standalone proxies don't work either.
     
  5. dmmcintyre3 macrumors 68020

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    What's your site you are using this on?
    (I want to figure out a bypass script for it!!!)
     
  6. splitpea macrumors 6502a

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    Try Google Translate -- translate from [pick your language here] to English.
     
  7. killswitch1698 thread starter macrumors regular

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    the proxy sitei have been using was called http://www.proxify.com

    but before our computer technician put on this secure gate way, i had to enter it encrypted.
     
  8. killswitch1698 thread starter macrumors regular

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    changing languages does not help the situation either unfortunately.
     
  9. splitpea macrumors 6502a

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    I meant that you can use Google Translate as a proxy. If the site is already in English, you "translate" it from any other language to English, and typically it just displays the original English, but under a Google domain instead of the original domain.
     
  10. andalusia macrumors 68030

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    Smart cookie!
     
  11. splitpea macrumors 6502a

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    :D Think I actually picked that one up off Lifehacker. It's great if you're developing a website and either a) need to know what it looks like to someone who isn't signed in while make updates (although you could also just use a separate browser for that); and b) if you're making major changes behind the scenes and have put up a maintenance page and locked out everyone other than your own IP -- you can check that the maintenance page is working correctly.
     
  12. Zombie Acorn macrumors 65816

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    Have you seen tuition rates lately? I don't think I woul want to pay for it.
     
  13. Forsaken macrumors regular

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    My district uses the same filter, actually.

    This is the only somewhat unfoolable (ooooh, new word?) method I know:

    Search the name or address of the blocked site in Google, then when you find the entry, click "Cached" under it.

    Works great except it does get wonky with Flash and whenever you click a link in the ceched page, you get sent to a non-cached link instead of a cached page. Not quick for sites where you have to switch pages often.
     

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