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Corporate site filter

Alright so my work blocks a bunch of websites for obvious reasons. They even blacklisted logmein.com so thats out. I feel that I am capable of getting all my work done AND keeping up with my warfish games once in a while...

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Guest [Entry]

"My suggestion is still create a VPN network at home, and connect from the office. At the very least you could then RDP into your home box and browse as if you were on your home computer.

My guess is that the corporate filter is blocking traffic it thinks is disguised, and will look for keywords such as proxy and long urls after generic sites. Example: www.home.com/index.php?id=2309324230842303984320948230982039 where the id is a base_64 encoded version of the requested url or something."
Guest [Entry]

This really isn't the forum for these kinds of questions. Most of the people here are the very people trying to keep you from bypassing security measures.
Guest [Entry]

"Well there's always somebody that believes the rules don't apply to them, that they are special and unique, that they're somehow above the rest of us sheep, and that they should be able to do what they want when they want to do it.

""Don't tase me, bro!"""
Guest [Entry]

"Here's the right way!


...Go to your boss and convince them you need such access. Make him / her a deal; if you aren't getting your job done to their satisfaction, you'll give it up. If you're smart, you'll plan a way to make it VERY easy on the company's administrators. Also, if you're smart, your boss might want to keep you.

Once you have permission, work WITH your company's support staff to plan the best way to keep them from having problems because of you.