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  Reply # 320395 19-Apr-2010 19:06
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hahaha now the gpforums method of bypassing the filter has stopped working and they are blaming geekzone out of all things for it.. Cool good times..

Quote from gpforums "someone b-slap the geekzone website"



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  Reply # 320397 19-Apr-2010 19:08
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garvani: hahaha now the gpforums method of bypassing the filter has stopped working and they are blaming geekzone out of all things for it.. Cool good times..

Quote from gpforums "someone b***slap the geekzone website"


GP have always been rather immature about their posting - ie: "Someone bichslap Geekzone website"... Just shows the levels of immaturity online .

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  Reply # 320399 19-Apr-2010 19:13
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Hilarious, it was obvious it was never going to last with it being spread to so many people.

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  Reply # 320403 19-Apr-2010 19:17
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If it was bypassed in the fashion that was explained to me yesterday then it would be only a matter of time before Telecom noticed the extra traffic in the wrong placeTongue out




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  Reply # 320405 19-Apr-2010 19:19
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this was there method.. its not rocket science.. yet they seem to believe it was..
http://www.google.com/notebook/public/11285474363097909509/BDQOWDQoQo5Xb2bck



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  Reply # 320411 19-Apr-2010 19:23
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garvani: this was there method.. its not rocket science.. yet they seem to believe it was..
http://www.google.com/notebook/public/11285474363097909509/BDQOWDQoQo5Xb2bck


Um.... this thread has absolutely nothing to do with bloody Rapidshare. I dont even USE rapidshare, and Rapidshare has nothing to do with what Telecom are having issues with. It's ALL http. Not Rapidshare.

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  Reply # 320413 19-Apr-2010 19:26
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garvani: this was there method.. its not rocket science.. yet they seem to believe it was..
http://www.google.com/notebook/public/11285474363097909509/BDQOWDQoQo5Xb2bck


hehe, ah that is different to what I was shown :P




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  Reply # 320420 19-Apr-2010 19:34
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garvani: this was there method.. its not rocket science.. yet they seem to believe it was..
http://www.google.com/notebook/public/11285474363097909509/BDQOWDQoQo5Xb2bck


That method is still working fine for me and has been for months. Great way to get full speed 24/7.

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  Reply # 320424 19-Apr-2010 19:47
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garvani: this was there method.. its not rocket science.. yet they seem to believe it was..
http://www.google.com/notebook/public/11285474363097909509/BDQOWDQoQo5Xb2bck


It's not rocket science but that method was affected by the 100 KB/s rate shaping unless you combine it with an additional trick (which is now fixed apparently) that the guy on gp forums was promoting.

You must just be lucky bbunnys.

Anyway this whole situation would make an interesting case study in human nature imo.




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  Reply # 320425 19-Apr-2010 19:48
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Ragnor:
garvani: this was there method.. its not rocket science.. yet they seem to believe it was..
http://www.google.com/notebook/public/11285474363097909509/BDQOWDQoQo5Xb2bck


It's not rocket science but that method was "fixed" by the 100 KB/s rate shaping unless you combine it with an additional trick (which is now fixed apparently) that the guy on gp forums was promoting.

Anyway this whole situation would make an interesting case study in human nature imo.



Yes.... I can see it now - Nation Geographic channel presents "The Human Nature of the Computer Geek"... very interesting viewing indeed!

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  Reply # 320426 19-Apr-2010 19:54
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my download speed as of the last couple of hours has dropped to 50-60KB/s




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  Reply # 320463 19-Apr-2010 21:37
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garvani: this was there method.. its not rocket science.. yet they seem to believe it was..
http://www.google.com/notebook/public/11285474363097909509/BDQOWDQoQo5Xb2bck


That method is old as and only works for preium users

well in this only 'worked'

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  Reply # 320465 19-Apr-2010 21:41
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garvani: this was there method.. its not rocket science.. yet they seem to believe it was..
http://www.google.com/notebook/public/11285474363097909509/BDQOWDQoQo5Xb2bck


That method is old as and only works for preium users

well in this only 'worked'


much more easy http://rs2ip.anonymailz.com

check http://thehiddenguide.com/how-to-bypass-your-isp-andor-your-country-restrictions/

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Reply # 320475 19-Apr-2010 22:18
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garvani: hahaha now the gpforums method of bypassing the filter has stopped working and they are blaming geekzone out of all things for it.. Cool good times..

Quote from gpforums "someone b-slap the geekzone website"


Don't be surprised if their work-around is still working, they just want everyone to think it's been fixed so that they can keep using it and it doesn't get widespread enough for Telecom to take action.

Or maybe I'm just cynical Undecided

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speedtest.net and the telecom speed tests do not reflect the actual speeds i am getting.
still getting 10k/s and it is now 2am.

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