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Old 02-27-2008, 10:10 PM   #11
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proxys are the hardest to find at my school its like they look at every students browser history..
and at my school the computers arnt locked, but there always supervised
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Old 02-27-2008, 10:18 PM   #12
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most school comps have a pad lock on that back.. at lest they do here

my friends have succeeded in getting to following blocked...
command prompt
notepad
paint
almost every proxy known to man
any program that is not on the hard drive

and a ton of others I can't think of

but I'll still play tanks with my friends in class.
All those programs are easy to get into due to the weaknesses in the way group policy's are handled. How did your friend get in by the way.
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Old 02-27-2008, 11:27 PM   #13
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mmm, yea i know that is i mess with something to make sure it works after im done, sophmore year(2yrs ago) i got caugh with a shortcut to command prompt in my drive and i was kicked off the newtwork for 2 weeks, but thanks to my programming teacher that never happened and dident even get a DT (detention)
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Old 02-28-2008, 05:33 AM   #14
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technically im not allowed any where near school computers unless its in lessons or something. who knows. they suck anyway. they fail to understand that i hacked their network via my laptop, not off their systems. i could have easily got in via their computers though. the security is low.. well im not sure if theyve sorted it now. they should be grateful it was only me that gained access and not someone out to do damage.
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Old 02-28-2008, 05:38 AM   #15
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We use Ultrasurf to bypass the proxy at school. Security is paranoid. The teacher even told us they blocked Microsoft's website a while back, that's how bad it is.

But, the major problem is that the proxy is doomed. I doesn't work well, we get timeouts all the time.
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Old 02-28-2008, 06:52 AM   #16
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In the good old days of windows 3.1 for workgroups they (school) provided us with VB, so we just re-wrote the windows manager and set it to run at login in place of the windows program manager,

we were able to run anything we wanted, and the world was good...

mostly they didn't really care if we 'hacked' our way to a few extra privellages so long as we weren't damaging things.

in fact I think that they probably looked at it as a good thing... we weren't causeing trouble or headaches, we were getting ourselves more computer literate than other people and we were using the programming tools when we were 13 that they were having to teach people three years older than us in computing A-Levels

that's not so much the case now...
to be a 'hacker' and proove your worth is now frowned upon...
go to school, do your work and only your work... drink the cool aid.

don't step out of line or proove you know more than the teacher or 'specialists' that came along to implement the computers and networks else you'll get labled as a social miscreant and sent packing...

in the good old days being a hacker in school mostly wasn't about breaking things, and everybody knew that...
now being a hacker in school is generally taken to mean that your going to break stuff...

Damn media and their generalisations...
you can't even make a Game level map of your school anymore without threat of explusion/psyco analysis/rubber walled cell.

rant over...
realise that i was coding my own window manager before some of you here could walk... [before some were even born ]

off to get myself a horlicks...

I'll stop now.
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Violate every school rule while you still can!
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i once new somebody who hacked a school computer and he ended up in so much trouble. I seem to remember that the police were even involved. So not a good idea to mess with school computers
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i once new somebody who hacked a school computer and he ended up in so much trouble. I seem to remember that the police were even involved. So not a good idea to mess with school computers
What exactly did they do?
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from what i can remember they managed to get into the admin account and delete every users documents and files, and also deleted official school progress reports for children that were stored on the system ready to go out the next week. I think there was more but it was like 12 years ago now. They were RM machines, do they still make these things?
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