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Blocked URL Help

mancbabe Avatar
8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
Can anyone tell me if a computer has blocked a URL is there a way of still visiting that site?? My work had blocked Facebook :o(

Thanks in advance for any help....
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#1
search google for pr0xy

a good 1 is the Fresh rob that appears.
#2
:?nope they must have it set up to block a work in a school and ours is the same acsess denied bummer
#4
I can't bloody do anything now :o( any of the websites I click on above then tells me im in violation of my internet usage policy....damm stoopid work lol.... :o(
banned#5
be aware that it is probably a sackable offence to bypass your companys internet security. They will probably spot it pretty quickly too.
banned#6
mancbabe;2443676
I can't bloody do anything now :o( any of the websites I click on above then tells me im in violation of my internet usage policy....damm stoopid work lol.... :o(

Looks like they have already spotted your game. Expect a call from your manager soon....................:w00t:
#7
You tried restarting internet explorer.

If you have, try restarting comp.

If you have, Try firefox.
#8
We could access it until another member of staff said that the PC was running slow so our head office looked at all the PCs and now we can't do anything :( damm interfering people lol
1 Like #9
if you cant use proxy,

google translate can act as proxy: http://www.google.com/language_tools?hl=en

enter your web address in the "Translate a web page" field
#10
try this in google:

+"Include Form" +"Remove Scripts" +"Accept Cookies" +"Show Images" +"Show Referer" +"Rotate13" +"Base64" +"Strip Meta" +"Strip Title" +"Session Cookies" +"New Window"

Will find loads of proxys - go through to like page 10 and there should be lots not blocked
#11
Have you ever thougth why companies block internet access.......

EliTom
banned#12
elitom;2445248
Have you ever thougth why companies block internet access.......

EliTom

That was the point I was trying to get across. Two people in the company i used to work at got suspended without pay for 4 weeks for using proxy sites as they obviously weren't working :roll:
#13
csiman
That was the point I was trying to get across. Two people in the company i used to work at got suspended without pay for 4 weeks for using proxy sites as they obviously weren't working :roll:


It's not just that

Look at it this way,

1. When you are at work you company is paying you to do a job for them, not surf the net for your own needs.

2. You are using a company resourse for non work related activities. This does not only include the actual PC but any network capacity / bandwidth. So imagine employees online either streaming video or gaming and hogging network capacity and slowing down the legitimate business of the comapny.

many companies turn a blind eye to casual surfing ans long as it does not take over, but there are always a few who will spoil it for all, so companies must make a stance.

When you start talking about the likes of eBay facebook youtube etc these can occupy serious amounts of people time and hence causing a loss to the businress therefore I would actually agree that they should be banned.

Circumventing a companies internet use policy would then be a serious offence and should be dealt with accordingly

EliTom
#14
elitom
It's not just that

Look at it this way,

1. When you are at work you company is paying you to do a job for them, not surf the net for your own needs.

2. You are using a company resourse for non work related activities. This does not only include the actual PC but any network capacity / bandwidth. So imagine employees online either streaming video or gaming and hogging network capacity and slowing down the legitimate business of the comapny.

many companies turn a blind eye to casual surfing ans long as it does not take over, but there are always a few who will spoil it for all, so companies must make a stance.

When you start talking about the likes of eBay facebook youtube etc these can occupy serious amounts of people time and hence causing a loss to the businress therefore I would actually agree that they should be banned.

Circumventing a companies internet use policy would then be a serious offence and should be dealt with accordingly

EliTom



Forgot to mention HUKD :-D
#15
Try this..

1 Open Calculator
2 Click on help
3 Click on help topics
4 click on the top left corner of the calculator window
5 You will se an option jump to url click it
6 now type in the the web address in the field

Used to work in my local Library

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