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Getting around port blocking...

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#13 Chrisms


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Posted 03 February 2007 - 02:53 PM

Well we hack the Admins passwords all the time in our schools lol, it's just Windows XP :) nothing secure that we can't hack!! So they just gave up and didn't make anymore passwords ;), although on our accounts they made some restrictions, so we just login as Admins and we have full control lol, stupid teachers :)

careful, that's illegal. and a federal offence.

kids in my school got the server-wide admin password... and well.. they called the cops. but the cops didn't care much in my town, so nothing serious happened. plus evidence is hard to come by.

anyways, i got around it. i finally found a proxy that works (it's slowww.. but it works..)

thanks for all the help.
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#14 bbqroast


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Posted 04 September 2010 - 02:28 PM

try NO-IP i think it can do port forwarding... sorry i don't really no if it will work but on the site they tons of free solutions.
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