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how to get bypass firewall (openDNS)?

Discussion in 'Ethical hacking' started by parachuter2b, Jun 23, 2009.

  1. parachuter2b

    parachuter2b New Member


    My company has recently set up a firewall that restricts a lot of useful websites, forums, news sites, etc.
    even this forum has been blocked. It is extremely frustrating!

    Please help me get around it!
    it is called openDNS.com


  2. xpi0t0s

    xpi0t0s Mentor

    Your company has the right to do with its bandwidth as it sees fit.
    If you think access to Go4Expert has business value then make your case and see if they will make an exception.
    Otherwise if you get round it then you will be guilty of misuse of company resources which will lead to disciplinary action if you get caught which could mean anything up to termination.

    Edit: Also your request has nothing to do with ETHICAL hacking. Look it up in a dictionary.
  3. parachuter2b

    parachuter2b New Member

    I understand the risks and have made my case before, but no reasonable response!
    Please advise as to how I can around this.


  4. xpi0t0s

    xpi0t0s Mentor

    Not under the name parachuter2b you haven't.

    This web site is about ETHICAL hacking, but you are asking about INETHICAL hacking, i.e. stealing company resources that have been explicitly denied you. If you want to lose your job that's your business, but we're not going to tell you how to do it. The only possible reasonable response can be that you need to look in forums that specialise in cracking; that's not stuff we do here.
  5. ip6v

    ip6v New Member

    You can use a Web proxy. Here a good directory with a lot of links:


  6. &ever

    &ever New Member

    If you are gonna be going against rules you might as well hack and disable the firewall.

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