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Sere
August 28th, 2017, 07:27 PM
First of all I know that this is all cheesy and most teens will just use this to play games on their computers at school. I just like the "challenge" of finding bypasses.

So grade schools through high schools and such give out laptops in many districts. Nearly all districts are smart enough to put blockers on the devices such as securly.
Securly has been a hassle for me and a few of my tech junky friends as they want to use blocked sites during the school day. Last year we found windows93.net which had a built in browser where we could view 75% of blocked sites. at the end of last school year securly blacklisted the site and we were back to the search (surprisingly we weren't in any trouble)
Tonight, a few days into my classes, I found a list of tons of bypasses. Now I don't think it's great to do and especially in school.
Proxies have many uses and one of the advertised uses is to unblock sites. Tonight i found an amazing list of ones that securly has not discovered.
Here is the list:
v.ht/securly
So there you are. Here are the steps to use the list and sites included.
1. open the list.
2. click the first site that is working or unblocked for you. (Mine being freshfreeproxy.ga )
3. Scroll to the link box and type your link, including www. (unless designated) (ie. www.newgrounds.com)
4. browse the site with selected security options
:teehee:





{NOTE: I do not fully support the use of bypassing schools blockage and you should know that there is a high chance it breaks the schools policies/guidelines, and yes this is just to sorta cover my butt}
Also I'm not responsible for what trouble you get into.
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Skylake78
September 2nd, 2017, 07:20 AM
Where I live they're a little more tight on security in public schools, and more than willing to lock your domain account if they catch you doing something you're not supposed to. That would also restrict you from using the WiFi since their web login for wireless connection requires valid domain credentials. With that said, being out of high school now, I don't really have the proper access to test anything like this out (but also just too high risk here). If you continue doing so though, then just be really careful! ^_^

Endeavour
September 2nd, 2017, 08:01 AM
This would probably get you suspended at my school, so yeah I don't think it's worth it. And for all of you who want to use blocked sites during the school day, can you seriously not wait a couple of hours so you can do it at home? Or even use mobile data on your phone?

Vermilion
September 2nd, 2017, 10:51 AM
We used proxies when at school to get pass the school banning websites. Worked well till everyone used the same one and it would get banned. Don't know of anyone getting into trouble using it only for playing games. We had IT tech's and they would watch your screens, one of them we found his Twitter account and got up one time and he was sent a insulting message we knew he was watching cos the programme called ranger showed up on screen. The person in my class computer was taken over very quickly and shut down by the tech.

Drewboyy
September 2nd, 2017, 11:23 AM
All of your schools have way too much money to hire people to catch you trying to bypass their blocked websites. The only way I could be caught is if the principle was standing behind me and even then he'd just yell at me unless I was watching porn or something

Sere
September 2nd, 2017, 04:35 PM
This would probably get you suspended at my school, so yeah I don't think it's worth it. And for all of you who want to use blocked sites during the school day, can you seriously not wait a couple of hours so you can do it at home? Or even use mobile data on your phone?

I don't personally use it. Just found it and thought I'd post it.
I used it as a test on a few people to see the schools reaction to people using such sites. In 2 days the list was blocked but I had intention on using it. *Just thought I'd clear this up

nobbs66
September 3rd, 2017, 02:31 AM
Yeah, this would have gotten you suspended in my old high school. Try to avoid screwing with the technology department at school. Giving them too much grief may lead you down less than favorable avenues.

Jamiec1130
September 10th, 2017, 07:40 AM
In my school, everyone knows of some way or another to get on Snapchat with the school's Wi-Fi network. Cellular service at my school pretty much doesn't exist.

Bpalmer02
September 10th, 2017, 07:55 AM
Most people in our school know the teachers WiFi code lol

kro814
September 14th, 2017, 08:02 PM
I don't think this a wise thing to do in school.

DimkaD
September 15th, 2017, 05:41 PM
I've just read topic starter message. Lot's of fun for me.