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I was going to say the same thing as Simon. If you visit my gallery over there and I notice you are also a paint.net user I generally clik and add you as a watch.

ciao

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I'm watching you on DA just have to love the links in the siggies.

:wink: now all you have to do is add me some nice artwork to watch. :lol::lol:

ciao

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ha whatever you guys are talking about (I do know what a proxy is though).

Thanks to those who watched me. Ill try to get some stuff up but i am limited on time. I have tons to do and not enought ime to do it with frickin school.

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ha whatever you guys are talking about (I do know what a proxy is though).

In short, a proxy is something you use to bypass internet security on a computer. In a way, you're loading a website from another person's computer (often in a different country), and the page gets sent to the computer you're sitting at. One time, I got on a proxy, typed google.com, and it gave me Google Netherlands :shock:

Nope, they're blocked. OperaTor is my only workaround.

Actually, there is another way without Tor (especially if you want to get on any school computer with a filter in less than 5 minutes). Try Gpass. Their official website is blocked by most filters (for obvious reasons), but if you do a quick Google search, you'll be able to get it at Download.com. Once open, let it join a server, and you'll be online in less than 15 seconds (however, be warned that less popular websites will take longer to load, if they load at all). Very good if you have to get on YouTube, Facebook, or deviantART.

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Anyway, my advice to you is to go to the deviantART forum, specifically their ThumbShare section. Believe me, it's flooded with opportunity (maybe 10 posts per minute in there)

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Actually, there is another way without Tor (especially if you want to get on any school computer with a filter in less than 5 minutes). Try Gpass. Their official website is blocked by most filters (for obvious reasons), but if you do a quick Google search, you'll be able to get it at Download.com. Once open, let it join a server, and you'll be online in less than 15 seconds (however, be warned that less popular websites will take longer to load, if they load at all). Very good if you have to get on YouTube, Facebook, or deviantART.

I'll give it a whirl.

Or, if you have a computer back home, you could setup your own proxy.

I do, and I could, but I'm lazy. :)

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ha whatever you guys are talking about (I do know what a proxy is though).

In short, a proxy is something you use to bypass internet security on a computer. In a way, you're loading a website from another person's computer (often in a different country), and the page gets sent to the computer you're sitting at. One time, I got on a proxy, typed google.com, and it gave me Google Netherlands :shock:

Nope, they're blocked. OperaTor is my only workaround.

Actually, there is another way without Tor (especially if you want to get on any school computer with a filter in less than 5 minutes). Try Gpass. Their official website is blocked by most filters (for obvious reasons), but if you do a quick Google search, you'll be able to get it at Download.com. Once open, let it join a server, and you'll be online in less than 15 seconds (however, be warned that less popular websites will take longer to load, if they load at all). Very good if you have to get on YouTube, Facebook, or deviantART.

____

Anyway, my advice to you is to go to the deviantART forum, specifically their ThumbShare section. Believe me, it's flooded with opportunity (maybe 10 posts per minute in there)

Haha yeah i said I do know what a proxy is. We started trying them at my school once but i found an easier way that worked surprisingly:

command prompt

type in "ping http://www. *example* .com"

it gives the ip

type the ip number in and you can go on any website. My teacher walked in and everyones on youtube and addictinggames and hes like wtf? and then all the people I showed blamed it on some other kid. That kid got suspended :shock: and even :( . I felt really bad for him. And he hates me now. good story for the kids some day.

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yeah my school has crappy blocking systems. they don't block the command prompt so once I created an admin account for fun. I didn't mess with it though because you can get in huge trouble for that stuff.

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Yeah, we do that at my school when we're on the school laptops (we have a wandering laptop cart, pretty cool) and nobody's watching. Command prompt is fully open for every user account, so we can do whatever we want. We use YouTube a lot in school, even though it's blocked. Speaking of blocking, my school uses Astaro internet security, which they most likely had to pay for, when they could have just used OpenDNS, the coolest thing ever--just enter in the two DNS server addresses on their website, and you get safe browsing. Totally free and very easy. (The tech people at my school are mildly retarded, they've set up the computers so badly it hurts. I also know more about computers than my 1st-5th grade computer "teacher.")

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same here, our "tech" workers are typically really dumb. Once in school, there was something wrong with the computer (I would tell you what was wrong but this was a while back in middle school and I can't remember) basically the video software wouldn't work. The tech guy is trying to fix it for like, half an hour and then I just go and do like, three things and it worked. Also, I saw the tech guy put a CD in upside-down once, wtf?

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Damn. :P

In eighth grade, they still have you use MS paint for projects. FFS! Unfortunately, they're smart enough to block access to the command prompts, so there isn't a safe way to break into it...the library computers, though...muhahaha. >=]

Also, I did something VERY similar to this:

exploits_of_a_mom.png

I'm working on getting a position in the school office as a runner or IT, just for the heck of it.

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