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Started by aeTIos, May 08, 2016, 12:33:00 PM

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brentmaas

Quote from: aeTIos on May 28, 2016, 08:23:59 AM
On the topic of real time monitoring we used to kill the monitoring software via task manager... haha.
The site blocker at our school was also pretty easy to avoid by using Google Public DNS xD
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Dudeman313

At my school, it always looks like Netop Vision isn't even in the task manager. :(

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brentmaas

Quote from: Dudeman313 on May 29, 2016, 10:50:49 AM
At my school, it always looks like Netop Vision isn't even in the task manager. :(
Maybe in services.msc?
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DJ Omnimaga

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Those are definitively not very secure school filters. :P

It's like if all you had to do in order to enable third-party apps on the TI84+CE was to modify the app signature in Notepad. :P
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aeTIos

Well, in fact that would be possible. Except the app signature is a pain.
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DJ Omnimaga

Well, I mean, if it was really so bad that the app signature was not even encrypted.

Or another example I would give about bad security is if all SMF member passwords were stored in plain .txt publicly in the site folder or inside the user profile page source code.
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