Re: Internet Blocker
This is a corporate filtering policy. Chances are there was a very good reason for imposing it [some of which are to prevent time wasting, objectionable or illegal content from entering or leaving the system], and I think you will find that bypassing it is totally against your IT usage policy.
All it takes is for one person to start using a proxy, get detected, and the proxy URL can be added to the deny list on the legitimate local proxy server. So, you could argue, the more you use them the more chance you have of not getting away with it.
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