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    Default Halp!

    I've got to bring my laptop to school tommorow to work on a project. It involves connecting to the internet and all that jazz. Thing is, I don't want to connect to the school's network if they can read my browser history. They're very strict on inappropriate material and such (and not just graphic material, game websites and stuff), and they can control connected computers remotely from the IT office.

    Also, I have a load of porn (diaper related and normal) saved to my computer. Any suggestions on how I can save myself from the intrusions of the IT people?

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    Default

    Connecting to their network won't allow them to read your (home) browsing history or see files on your computer. The only thing they will be able to see is content that you access whiel at school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chevre View Post
    Connecting to their network won't allow them to read your (home) browsing history or see files on your computer. The only thing they will be able to see is content that you access whiel at school.
    This, also if you're worried about people seeing your porn, just encrypt and password protect the folder (7zip does a good job at making it really fast and easy to do: 7-Zip )

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    Delete your browsing history and don't open the specific folder? I'm not quite sure XD

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    You could even use a proxy if your school's internet doesn't block proxy websites.

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    Secret

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    but what if the school does block proxy websites?

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    Peachy

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    Since when does your school have any business snooping around your private files and history? If they don't want you to connect to the sites you mentioned (porn/games/illegal stuff) while you're using the school network...that's understandable. What you're doing at home is your own problem, and your school has no right accessing that data.

    That said, if you want to use your computer at school, open up a new user account on Windows (assuming you're using it), move any files you need for your project to that account and then simply use that account on the school network, as that account is completely clean (no browsing history, no bad files). Accessing your other account's data would require hacking by the school officials - I hadly think that's legal!

    Peachy

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    Peachy is right they have no right to access your files unless you are being suspected of terrorist involvement and I hardly think you are one o I think you are safe. But in the future you should do what I do which is save all files such as the ones you are talking about on a portable hard drive and I also keep a proxy server saved on a flash drive that my high school couldn't block.

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    Unless they directly access your computer they can't see anything but the sites you access while on the network.

    Also remote control will require programs to be installed on your computer. So don't worry.

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