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Re: And that's why...

I'm pretty sure the commentards here would know how to tunnel their OpenVPN link through port 443. Maybe using stunnel. How is anyone gonna detect, let alone stop, that without banning almost all internet access to https websites?

My work has both 80 and 443 blocked. To get to those, you must use the proxy. Of course, port 22 is open, but when you have windows logging setup for the browser to pass all the websites back (using a microsoft domain policy) to the mail logging server, why would you even chance something like this. If you manage to get past the proxy, then the browsers will report you anyway.

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