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TOPIC: firewall.cx been block at my office

firewall.cx been block at my office 14 years 1 day ago #5188

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i always surfing firewall.cx at my office..
then IT staff at my office have block this site..
how can i solve this problem?

Re: firewall.cx been block at my office 14 years 1 day ago #5190

Use a Proxy Server. Just an idea. See if it works and let us know what happended.
-There Is A Foolish Corner In The Brain Of The Wisest Man- Aristotle

Re: firewall.cx been block at my office 14 years 1 day ago #5193

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Have you asked why they have blocked us from your office ?

The easiest way would be to ask them why and then request they open up the site for you. If that fails .. there are 'proxies' you can use to view the site :)

Let us know what the outcome is and we can take it from there.

cheers,
Chris Partsenidis.
Founder & Editor-in-Chief
www.Firewall.cx

Re: firewall.cx been block at my office 14 years 1 day ago #5198

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maybe their think this is chit chat or clone frienster.com website :lol:
i spend most of my time surfing this web...maybe their think i'm wasting my time..use proxy? so i must install proxy at my pc or at server?

Re: firewall.cx been block at my office 14 years 1 day ago #5199

use proxy? so i must install proxy at my pc or at server?


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So, You have permissions to install stuff on a Server?
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Re: firewall.cx been block at my office 14 years 1 day ago #5203

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Guys,

I was not referring to installing your own proxy :) and I probably was not that clear so let me clarify!

There are free services which you can connect to and use them to browse the Internet as if you would if you had a local proxy. Your web browser's requests are sent to the proxy, after which, it will forward the request to the website you want to read, download it and send it to you.

This method also helps if you wish you be totally anonymous, since the web server you are reading, will never know your IP, but the proxy's IP which is acting on your behalf!

For a list of these 'free' services, please check the following url:
directory.google.com/Top/Computers/Inter...Proxy_Services/Free/

Cheers,
Chris Partsenidis.
Founder & Editor-in-Chief
www.Firewall.cx
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