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    Plus if you get caught torrenting on your school wifi, lol ur fuckd m8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeAm_FaTaL View Post
    No there are options to hide yourself in a ton of torrent clients. But when you connect to the internet the admin of that internet will have access to all things connected. About the only thing they can do is force you offline. (if you protect your pc properly) But I seriously doubt anything would even be noticed. Unless you are downloading with some super speed torrent client that doesn't exist to the public. (most torrent clients only download at speeds that wouldn't even get on anyone's radar. And how on earth are you being detected by your home isp. It is very unlikely your isp is as strict as you think.
    In the past two months I have torrent downloaded over 3 tb of data. (media, games, operating systems, and whatnot.) And haven't even heard a word from my isp.
    But then again maybe I wouldn't even notice being throttled.
    Hardline connection instead of wireless....lol
    Mediacom is a bitch.

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    They can point out which router is using tons of bandwidth on their network, then they can see which MAC address and local IP on the router is specifically using tons of bandwidth, and if you're stupid like everyone else you probably have your MacBooked named like "Tony's MacBook Pro". So all they have to do is figure out which router it's coming from, classroom, ask for either everyone named "Tony" or just you to come with your laptop.

    You probably signed agreements before hand to allow them to search your laptop incase a issue like this came up, because it's a personal laptop and not school owned.


    Just "borrow" someone's laptop and torrent shit via USB apps, then unplug and give back. All on them.

    I'm also sure that the sites/IP's used to retrieve tracking information are blocked on the school network, meaning you get an endless loading on the torrent trying to find information. That is if your school is on the same intelligence level my high school was.

    You're totally not the first person to think of this, people have been caught before, not worth marks against your school record. Just break into your neighbors internet.

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    You'd be retarded to try and use school internet to torrent stuff. Yeah, there's a chance you could get away with it, but for fuck's sake they aren't retarded; they can see p2p traffic easily.

    Quote Originally Posted by TeAm_FaTaL View Post
    No there are options to hide yourself in a ton of torrent clients. But when you connect to the internet the admin of that internet will have access to all things connected. About the only thing they can do is force you offline. (if you protect your pc properly) But I seriously doubt anything would even be noticed. Unless you are downloading with some super speed torrent client that doesn't exist to the public. (most torrent clients only download at speeds that wouldn't even get on anyone's radar. And how on earth are you being detected by your home isp. It is very unlikely your isp is as strict as you think.
    In the past two months I have torrent downloaded over 3 tb of data. (media, games, operating systems, and whatnot.) And haven't even heard a word from my isp.
    But then again maybe I wouldn't even notice being throttled.
    Hardline connection instead of wireless....lol
    Holy fuck shut the fuck up and stop bragging. Unless you're actually going to say something useful, no one gives a fuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeAm_FaTaL View Post
    No there are options to hide yourself in a ton of torrent clients. But when you connect to the internet the admin of that internet will have access to all things connected. About the only thing they can do is force you offline. (if you protect your pc properly) But I seriously doubt anything would even be noticed. Unless you are downloading with some super speed torrent client that doesn't exist to the public. (most torrent clients only download at speeds that wouldn't even get on anyone's radar. And how on earth are you being detected by your home isp. It is very unlikely your isp is as strict as you think.
    In the past two months I have torrent downloaded over 3 tb of data. (media, games, operating systems, and whatnot.) And haven't even heard a word from my isp.
    But then again maybe I wouldn't even notice being throttled.
    Hardline connection instead of wireless....lol

    And i feel super happy with the speed , mother fucker show off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebola View Post

    And i feel super happy with the speed , mother fucker show off



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