Barracuda Web Filter (and how to bypass it) I've been working at a pretty sucky place for just over half a year now. There's a wireless network, but no one (not even my supervisor) is allowed to know the password. There are workstations, but we're not supposed to use the internet - reading news sites is about all they condone. Plus, they use Barracuda to keep us off sites like Facebook and Youtube. This website is blocked under the category of "Game Playing". I've recently been part time at another job, where I not only have my own desk and computer, but they want me to use LogMeIn.com to be able to access my computer when I'm not at work. It's a library, and they don't believe in filtering the internet. I decided to try connecting to my work computer from one of the workstations at my other job, and it works. Mind, it's a little laggy and has low resolution graphics, but it's access, and that's what matters. (It's still faster than the dial-up I was raised on...) Of course, if you're doing this, it'll be to your home computer. I'll be setting up mine tomorrow, or at least this week. It's nice to be able to administrate torrents and whatnots, using chat, checking on updates, ect... Oh yeah, and it's free. I'm not trying to for market them - I'm just trying to help anyone else unable to participate during work hours thanks to idiot corporate rules. *edit* I forgot to mention, it can also wake up your computer from shut down remotely. So you don't have to leave the computer on. I shut this computer down nearly 5 hours ago and only just booted it to see if I could bypass the filter. I'll be shutting it back down in about 10 minutes.