Discussion in 'Computing, Science, and Technology' started by iLindz, Mar 6, 2012.
So far you can use some sort of terrible technique like a TAFE account, but in my school, some people are using proxies maybe? Not entirely sure. Being tracked is a given, its just IF the TSO teacher or the DET checks it, then you're screwed.
On the safe side, I would say give it half a year and wait for people to see if they get caught, if no then use a proxy.
I think unblockyoutube.us works for any site.
If schools block sites, I'm pretty sure that's also blocked
Did you try using the IP address or the sites? I've heard of something like that working but never tried it.
Not for me it isn't, and our school is really strict. On YouTube, if you use https:// as opposed to http:// it is allowed on our network.
I visited a school last year, they also blocked that. Every school is different
Same for me. Most of the time (when our laptops can actually muster up the strength to connect to the internet), we are able to get onto site like Facebook by simply changing http:// to https://.
made by my friend Evan Coleman at evancoleman.net.
Some schools (like mine) are different for each area and for each browser. In a tech. lab, a certain browser will not block proxy websites, but another will allow it, whilst another lab in the school allows it completely, etc. You have to play around with it and find out what you can do.
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