Re: How to bypass blocked ports
From: Moe Trin (ibuprofin_at_painkiller.example.tld)
Date: Sun, 09 Jan 2005 13:06:27 -0600
In article <tpmdnfpCN4USoX3cRVnemail@example.com>, Charles Newman wrote:
>"Leythos" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> In article <WLidnREyzNObFELcRVnemail@example.com>, charlesnewman1
>> @comcast.net.spammers.will.be.shot.on.sight says...
>>> plug your laptop into there and there should be no problems. Cant
>>> be detected, cant be monitored, becuase it is not going through
>>> either the company network, nor any company hardware. Problem
>> Except that large LAPTOP device sitting on your desk, or ever so
>> discretely tucked into a drawer (right), that you keep using instead of
>> your normal keyboard/mouse. LOL!
Gotta agree with that.
>However, there might be a particular software program you might
>want to use for your work that might not be on your work PC.
Then you ask your boss to get it installed. Can you _really_ demonstrate
a need for 'flight simulator' in your job? I don't think so.
Remember mister bean-counter, we don't allow personal computers into the
building for security reasons. Didn't your "instructor" explain how auditors
want EVERYTHING tracked and so-called "paper trails" and "controlled" , or
were you playing some game on your laptop instead of listening to that too?
>Using software your are comfortable with, but using your laptop
>to do it, I think, would solve the problem.
Your auditor would have a heart attack.
>Duane appears to like PrintScreen deluxe, and I am merely
>pointing out a way he can use it, that would be harder for his
>employer to object to, because he would be running it on
>his own hardware and his own internet service that he is
>paying for. I dont see how an employer can object to you
>using an ISP that you are paying for out of your own pocket,
>instead of going through the company gateway.
Other than the security aspect - you don't seem to understand that you
would be being paid to work, not wanking off imagining you are flying.
I can tell you wouldn't do a good job of that either - seems there are
rules you have to follow, both natures and the governments.