Hello, everyone. I was wondering if there is a way to bypass a web filter with code. I'm sure there is, but with the chromebook I want to use, there doesn't appear to be a code manager or a code window that I can open up.
When there is a web filter I am pretty sure there is no way to bypass it. There is probably a way to bypass it if you dissect the computer, but I am pretty sure you don't want to do that. ;)
@20rduncan There is a way to bypass school restrictions. There is a repl by @SPQR which downloads Firefox into the browser window. It works very well and doesn't include any blockages from school networks. I personally have used it for a variety of things and it works perfectly!
Not sure how old or dusty this thread is- but I am having Significant troubles with my school filter- GoGuardian-
anyone got some sort of fix? so far the current methods I have tried:
-view page source- failed
-unblocking websites- failed
-attempting to alter the extensions- failed
-inspect element- unblocked but unsuccessful
Hello! I've made a new project - NOVAHAVEN, which I'm sure you all appreciate :)
Some features: disguises tab as a random pdf
You need this bookletmark:
If you can improve it, tell me! I also have a git hub repo if you are interested. Unfortunately, iframe, embedding with object tags, and "Block" (which is an iframe that blocks pop-ups) no longer work. But the proxy will allow you to get onto sites like "Medium" or "Brainly", just not games like krunker.io.
I know this is Answered but pythonier is semi correct. Theres always a way to get around a web filiter such as go guardian or lan school. If you guys have either of these id love to brainstorm some ideas to maybe figure out how to code a bypass for these
A very easy way to do it is by utilizing the iFrame feature, web filters such as Securly go based on URL rather than basing it on IP, and because of that you can mask any site as a educational one, here is some code
<frameset frameborder="0" border="0" rows="*,100%" cols="100%" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0"> <frame target="random_name_not_taken1" name="random_name_not_taken1" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" border="0" noresize scrolling="no"> <frame target="random_name_not_taken2" name="random_name_not_taken2" src="https://example.com" border="0" noresize> <noframes> <a href="https://example.com/">Learning is Fun!</a> </noframes> </frameset>
now for this to work you are going to either need to use Repl, or have your own web service I won't advertise anyone one here but there are plenty of great free web hosts out there. But be careful bypassing the schools' filtration system is against the Terms of Service you signed when you received the computer. This answer is for educational purposes only and I do not condone using this actually bypass the filtration system just know that you are able to, and maybe in the future, if you ever make a filtration system your self then you can use this knowledge to prevent it.
A more simple but easily detectable way to do is by just iframing the site with 100% width and height for example
<iframe src="https://example.com" width="100%" height="100%" style="border: none" ></iframe>
of course if they are using a block based on IP rather than URL you are going to have a harder time, but it is still very possible for one you can simulate an OS using code in polygott or even python
and using python you can access Repl.it's shell by typing os.system("sh")
this injects code that sends you to the shell, after this type bash to look like a cool hacker, and then u can SSH into web servers or chat servers, curl, or whatever you want to your heart's content. One thing I have found my self doing during school hours, which is very fun is using this method to do Capture the Flags on overthewire.org
The filtrers work with a proxy server. If you can change it, change it to another one (Can be any).
Else if you cant, use an emulator. Such as: APKonline <- Android || TUrbo.net (Various emulators) Or any other.
Are you allowed to down any extension you want? Or does your school block downloading of other extensions?