Originally Posted by freestyler105
We can't get into Internet Options in IE, it's blocked, I've tried.
Heh thats what you think.
The restrictions are based off of group policy's (which writes a registry key)
The software searches for those keys, if it can't find them it defaults to full access. However, you may not delete the key.
Now if you put this all together, you simply need to rewrite the program to bypass all GPO's. Simple for quite a few programs, I can do it for cmd.exe, regedit.exe and taskmgr.exe and I have copy's of these which will run regardless of any restrictions.
Originally Posted by borat_sagdiyev
the proxy is probably internal (in the school board)
so all u have to do is go into firefox prefs and check what the proxy is that its connecting to and uncheck "use proxy"
Most places will completely block web traffic (and likely ftp, telnet, etc) at the router level forcing ALL connections to go thru the proxy. Or some will automatically route ALL traffic to the proxy.