Bypassing cyberoam for Internet access

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I have cyberoam in my school and I cannot access any website. The firewall is very strong and only psiphon3 bypasses it, but its speed is slow and sometimes disconnects. Can you tell me a powerful method to bypass cyberoam to access websites?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    No, never, Hacking/ ignoring a secured system is totally illegal and against the norms. If your school established it that means, there are some reasons. So, why are you trying to break it. If school authority knows, they may be punished you. I think this is not your intelligence,  but someone asked for the same. If this is the case, don't fall in this trap.
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  • ToddN2000
    Look elsewhere. We will not help in bypassing security you are trying to get around. It's there for a reason. If you get caught you may find yourself expelled or even face prosecution. With all of the data breaches today do you really want to risk it? Why do you need to use the schools internet when there are so many free Wi-Fi locations available today in a lot of businesses?
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  • Kevin Beaver
    You could ask your school's (or district's) IT manager...He or she might be able to help you with your needs.
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