I can’t download torrents with my camps proxy

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Hello
I'm having a problem with the torrents I can't download them, I believe it's because of the college's proxy, maybe they are blocking p2p connection?
I just want to know if there's a solution for this problem I heard some of the students did it and here's some Info about the case:
the proxy is:     proxy.kfupm.edu.sa : 80
it requires authentication:     username/password .
I'm using ethernet wire.
I'm using utorrent.
If you can help me I'd really appreciate it , but reply to me anyway ASAP. Thanks.
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Hussain


Software/Hardware used:
windows 7 ultimate

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Yes, there is a way, it is called hacking the proxy server and you will not get any answers here on that.  If you want it that bad, get with the people that have already done it and maybe they can assist you with the hack.

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  • TomLiotta
    The best action is to ask the college network administrators. If they have it blocked, they're the only who can help (if any help is possible). Anything else can be a federal crime and could end your time at that college in a hurry. -- Tom
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  • LinuxCiscoman
    Tom- Good point. By nature, bit torrent and any other P2P connection between remote users is extremely dangerous. In case you aren't familar with what a Torrent actually is, this is an unsecured and often highly visible connection between multiple computers engaging in unsecured file sharing. For any College/Enterprise etc... this is a risk with very little benefit. In exchange for lowering their defenses, they would be allowing users to do something that 9 times out of 10 is illegal pirating or copyright infringment so yeah, no dice. -Paul
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