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    proxy bypass sites

    just found this forum on the net. kids are sharing proxy bypass site addresses.

    http://www.darknet.org.uk/2006/02/br...irewall-proxy/

    little sods

    happy blocking

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    Re: proxy bypass sites

    Well, isn't that a nice discreet URL.

    It's actually blocked from here through our LEA.

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    Re: proxy bypass sites

    Thanks for the info

    Too right we are trying to protect the networks and the little bugger post these websites

    As if we do not have enough to do

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    Re: proxy bypass sites

    Copy&Paste into blacklist...

    There is a breif mention of TorPark on the page. If you havn't already looked at it do so! http://www.torrify.com/ Yet another reason to block people from using USB sticks (and CDs, and floppies, and computers in general...)

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    yeh, i have already blocked usb sticks on the kids accounts. garrh wish i could block floppy drives to....but i know the staff would kick up a right fuss

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    Re: proxy bypass sites

    Just buy new PCs with no floppy drives. Job done.

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    Re: proxy bypass sites

    hahaha

    yeh now thats a great idea

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    Re: proxy bypass sites

    It isn't easy though, it's like all in IT, anything we can build there's some little sod ready to take it apart again.

    Have any of your schools tried actually listening to the kids? Our best security updates came from asking the cleverer kids how it was they bypassed the existing security anyway... If you're nice to the kids (I know a lot who don't seem to be able to manage it) the more they can help you... They might be sods, but they're not dog mess on your sneakers.

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    Re: proxy bypass sites

    Quote Originally Posted by Mario
    It isn't easy though, it's like all in IT, anything we can build there's some little sod ready to take it apart again.

    Have any of your schools tried actually listening to the kids? Our best security updates came from asking the cleverer kids how it was they bypassed the existing security anyway... If you're nice to the kids (I know a lot who don't seem to be able to manage it) the more they can help you... They might be sods, but they're not dog mess on your sneakers.
    So the kids you speak like being referred to as sods, do they?

    Anyway, we can't win. If we do nothing teachers and parents complain. If we take action other people say we're being too restrictive

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    Well, what you don't know can't hurt you

    There has to be a balance, I seem to have done quite well befriending faculty and students alike, manners go a long way (which I have noticed in interview many other IT staff lack totally).

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    Re: proxy bypass sites

    Just the other day I was chatting to a student who was telling me all about a site we didn't filter, next day it was blacklisted. He was most disappointed, and stated that he just wouldn't tell me again. This approach can be effective, A friend of mines daughter is at another local school - in an unofficial capacity I'm able to help her to keep their schools techs on their toes, in return she tells me different sites I need to check we are blocking.

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    Yes, that's the best way.

    My own daughter is the same, pass on info to her to let her have a play and see if her lot notice and fix it... And she keeps me up to date with what they're banning, and dodgy sites her classmates find, which more than likely students here are visiting. That way when blacklisting discovered sites, no one knows the advice source, and the source will continue to provide as the blacklisting does not affect her.

    Always have your out of school contacts! Another reason this site is so helpful!

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    Re: proxy bypass sites

    Here's one that pretends to be an education resource. It even allows you to "blank" the screen with a wikipedia page.

    Examstudies

    Username for the portal is random and the password is random1

    This one is sneaky.

    HBJB

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    Re: proxy bypass sites

    Very sneaky - got passed our surfcontrol

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    Re: proxy bypass sites

    Checked all of those... our LEA is on the ball again, every single one was blocked. Very sneaky though... I wonder, have they ever considered making a proxy website that doesn't actually contain the word 'proxy' and all the obvious key words/HTML that admins are definately going to block?

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