NTers is there a way to get around my company's blocking of NT/Yuku?

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i use to go to NT all the time at work and then BOOM out of nowhere my job blocks it and all of Yuku... Is there a way to get around this???? Like a backdoor site to use or some type of tactic???


Help. Work sucks?
 
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You must of inadvertently clowned your boss in a PYP thread.....thats right, hes an NTer.
 
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When niketalk.com didnt work at my job for a while I used to use niketalk.yuku.com and that would go through. But if you saying they blocked all of Yuku that might not work for you either. I would say try that. But if not then def a proxy. just search google for one that gets through your works blocked sites list.
 
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.....it really isnt that serious bruh. hear me out though. i work for a department in DHS, so sometimes popular websites go blank for months to years then all of a sudden you can visit them again. the blocking of NT at work can be a godsend sometimes. there were a few times certain websites went blank that i would frequent and in that time i managed to complete countless things i'd been working on for who knows how long.
 
- use it to your advantage bruh......NT will be there when you get home.
 
 
 
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Originally Posted by seasoned vet

.....it really isnt that serious bruh. hear me out though. i work for a department in DHS, so sometimes popular websites go blank for months to years then all of a sudden you can visit them again. the blocking of NT at work can be a godsend sometimes. there were a few times certain websites went blank that i would frequent and in that time i managed to complete countless things i'd been working on for who knows how long.
 
- use it to your advantage bruh......NT will be there when you get home.
 
 
that is true.  if you stay away for a couple weeks it should return.  that's happened to me.  
 
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Originally Posted by seasoned vet

.....it really isnt that serious bruh. hear me out though. i work for a department in DHS, so sometimes popular websites go blank for months to years then all of a sudden you can visit them again. the blocking of NT at work can be a godsend sometimes. there were a few times certain websites went blank that i would frequent and in that time i managed to complete countless things i'd been working on for who knows how long.
 
- use it to your advantage bruh......NT will be there when you get home.
 
 
I remember when NT went down at my job, $#*+ was depressing...NT makes my day go by 10 times faster
 

OneNightDan

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I'm not sure if it works, but if you make the website secured then it should work.
I used it on Facebook at school.

It looked like this: https://www.facebook.com

Usually it's without the S after the P.
All the S stands for is secure.
They can't stop the Secure (S) 'cause people need it to pay bills and other things online at work.
Such as bank accounts, bills, Ebay, etc...
 
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