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fatoldpig
2005-03-15, 06:10 PM
Access to this web page is restricted at this time.

Reason:
The Websense category "MP3 and Audio Download Services" is filtered.


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URL:
http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/showthread.php?t=4850


All other bt sites like ezt, presence work ok. Any idea?

lucasweb
2005-03-15, 06:15 PM
i think SIBLY has that exact same message come up at his work, it's to keep you from wasting time while on a company computer i guess, and they haven't caught on to the other sites.

ilikechikin
2005-03-15, 06:21 PM
i get on here at school, as well as EZT, quite often. as of now it's not blocked, but many of the big BT sites are, but i think that's because they offer illegal music. i'm sure this will be blocked, but there's always ways around this stuff. i just found a new proxy for my school firewall today. also, if you use mozilla, there's a plugin called vBrowseIt that should allow you to get around the block.

RainDawg
2005-03-16, 08:25 AM
Yeah, I was just going to suggest Firefox with VBrowseIt. In fact, you don't need the plugin (though it is extremely useful) because you can just browse using the main page as the interface:

http://www.thevirtualbrowser.com/

ilikechikin
2005-03-16, 04:54 PM
that page is now blocked at my school :mad: . there's tons out there though. it shouldn't take very long to find one. http://www.sneakysurf.com works well.

symon
2005-03-18, 06:04 PM
Yeah - I get this at work. My work websweeper is outsourced - they have a blacklist and block sites for specific reasons. This one is blocked becuase of the p2p element.

fatoldpig
2005-03-18, 06:17 PM
i don't think it's blocked for p2p reason. i think it's scanning for specific key words like mp3 etc, because it works on some pages, some pages get's blocked. i'm writing this from my work pc where it was getting blocked before.

uhclem
2005-03-18, 08:19 PM
Have a look at www.websense.com. They run blacklists of sites based on certain categories.